Saturday, September 24, 2011

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California health care workers oppose concessions - ASSAULT ON THE AMERICAN WORKER CONTINUES

California health care workers oppose concessions

LA RAZA WARNS RICK PERRY TO SUBMIT TO LA RAZA SUPREMACY LIKE OBAMA OR RISK ILLEGALS' VOTES!

NO ONE SEEMS TO HAVE TOLD THIS LA RAZA SUPREMACIST THAT IT’S STILL ILLEGAL FOR ILLEGALS TO VOTE… NOT THAT LAWS OR ORDINANCES EVER IMPACT WHAT LA RAZA DOES!
THE NUMBER No. 1 ISSUE FOR LEGALS SHOULD BE GETTING “CHEAP” LABOR ILLEGALS OUT OF OUR JOBS! WELFARE LINES! PRISONS AND JAILS! IT’S TIME MEXICO DID SOMETHING FOR THEIR PEOPLE OTHER THAN EXPORTING THEM TO THE U.S. TO LOOT!
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“Like most Americans, the No. 1 issue to Latinos is jobs and the economy,” said Alfonso Aguilar, executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles in Washington.
“If you say something that antagonizes Latino voters during the primary and become the nominee, you’re going to have a hard time. Latinos are not going to forget.”
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ON THE GROWIN POWER OF “LA RAZA” FASCISM FOR MEX SUPREMACY
EMAIL THIS LINK:

http://mexicanoccupation.blogspot.com/2011/04/history-of-mexican-fascist-party-of-la.html
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"This country belongs to Mexico" is said by the Mexican Militant. This is a common teaching that the U.S. is really AZTLAN, belonging to Mexicans, which is taught to Mexican kids in Arizona and California through a LA Raza educational program funded by American Tax Payers via President Obama, when he gave LA RAZA $800,000.00 in March of 2009!
H. R. 1999, entitled the Hope Fund Act of 2007, should truthfully be labeled the "Perpetual Funding of La Raza Radicals Act."

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September 23, 2011
Stance on Immigration May Hurt Perry Early On
By TRIP GABRIEL
With a single phrase implying his opponents are heartless, Gov. Rick Perry of Texas plumbed a profound divide between his views on illegal immigration and those of many grass-roots conservatives, who up to now have been the core of his support for the Republican nomination.
Mr. Perry summoned the phrase in a debate on Thursday night to justify a Texas law that lets some children of illegal immigrants pay in-state tuition at public colleges. If you oppose it, he said, “I don’t think you have a heart.”
His remarks were instantly seized upon by rivals, none more so than Mitt Romney, who vetoed a similar bill as Massachusetts governor.
“I think if you’re opposed to illegal immigration, it doesn’t mean that you don’t have a heart,” he said Friday to a group of conservative activists. “It means that you have a heart and a brain.”
And so the deeply visceral issue of illegal immigration has shown that geography sometimes trumps ideology in politics: as governor of a border state with a large Hispanic population and entwined cultural identities, Mr. Perry has a more moderate, nuanced position than his rivals.
The governor shepherded, with bipartisan support, the 2001 legislation in Texas letting the undocumented children of illegal immigrants pay in-state tuition for higher education, and he has been opposed to a fence the length of the Texas-Mexico border.
But these issues are potentially treacherous for Mr. Perry in early-nominating states — Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina — where the populations are largely non-Hispanic but keenly aware of a growing number of immigrants.
“We just looked so much like each other for so long, some people see new faces and it scares them,” said Eric Woolson, the communications director in Iowa for Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota, who called for a fence “on every mile, on every yard, on every foot” of the border during Thursday night’s debate.
Illegal immigration scarcely registers as a top concern in polls of Republican voters, and candidates rarely bring it up in their stump speeches. But at nearly every campaign rally an audience member or two, grumbling about “anchor babies,” asks what a candidate plans to do. What many are looking for is to be thrown a side of beef: fence the border, check workers’ identifications, deport the law-breakers.
In this context, Mr. Perry, who on almost all other issues has strong Tea Party credentials, is a Lone Star anomaly.
He has called building a 1,200-mile fence the length of the border “idiocy” and opposes requiring businesses to use the federal E-Verify program to check an employee’s immigration status.
The legislation making Texas the first state to allow high school graduates who are not here legally to attend public colleges on in-state tuition was passed with the endorsement of business groups.
“The future of the business community is having a well-educated work force,” said Charles C. Foster, chairman of immigration issues for the Greater Houston Partnership, a business coalition that supports the law. “We realize the trajectory of Texas is no longer going to be an industrial, steel-age state. It’s going to be based on brain power.”
The law inspired other states to imitate it, including California and New York. In Texas about 22,700 students benefited from the tuition discount through 2010, according to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
“Any governor of a border state always sees things differently,” said Lionel Sosa, who was a consultant on Hispanic media to the campaigns of two earlier Republican presidential candidates, George W. Bush and John McCain, each border-state moderates on these issues.
“Somebody like Perry already has a record with immigration, and it’s hurting him now,” he said. “If he happens to make it all the way to the end, it’ll help him with the Latino vote” in the general election.
In the meantime, though, he is being flayed by rivals. Mr. Romney calls the tuition discount a “subsidy” worth as much as $100,000 to a four-year student and a “magnet” to illegal residents.
Rick Santorum, the former senator from Pennsylvania, called Mr. Perry “soft on illegal immigration” during the debate, in Orlando, Fla., and framed the issue as a burden to taxpayers. “Why should they be given preferential treatment as an illegal in this country?” he said to cheers from the audience.
The issue is clearly hurting Mr. Perry, said Larry Sabato, director of the Center for Politics at the University of Virginia. “He was sold as the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney. Now Romney has gotten an immigration baton to use on Perry’s head. It’s manna from heaven for Romney. He’s hitting him from the right.”
Political analysts in Texas noted that in the last couple of years, as the Republican Party nationally has marched rightward on immigration, Mr. Perry has also. This year he tried to have the Legislature prohibit “sanctuary cities” that restrain the police from asking detainees about immigration status, but the measure failed after Republican business leaders opposed it.
Although Mr. Perry’s opponents are vying to define themselves as hard-liners on illegal immigration, there is danger for an eventual nominee who has alienated Hispanic voters in the process.
They are a crucial voting bloc in an increasing number of swing states, from Florida to Colorado to New Mexico. If Republicans cannot attract around 40 percent of the Hispanic vote, they will be in trouble, Mr. Sabato said.
“Like most Americans, the No. 1 issue to Latinos is jobs and the economy,” said Alfonso Aguilar, executive director of the Latino Partnership for Conservative Principles in Washington.
“If you say something that antagonizes Latino voters during the primary and become the nominee, you’re going to have a hard time. Latinos are not going to forget.”

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NCLR: Agents for the Government of Mexico?
Especially troubling is NCLR's leading role in the Fundacion Solidaridad Mexicano Americana (Foundation for Mexican-American Solidarity, FSMA), an organization founded and funded by the government of Mexico and directed by the Mexican Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Public Education. Both of these ministries have been engaged in efforts aimed at demanding full political rights for illegal aliens in the U.S. and indoctrinating America's Hispanic population in radical, racist La Raza ideology.
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LaRaza Calls For Boycott Against Free Speech
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No surprise here. Pulling the race/hate card again and using political correctness La Raza goes after cable shows reporting on illegal immigration.

"Murguía said she recognized that ultimately the power to change the debate lies with the Hispanic community itself. “Latinos buy products from the advertisers supporting these programs,” she said. “Latinos vote in primaries and in the general election. We have a significant role to play picking winners and losers in both arenas. We need to make it clear to those who embrace hate that they do so at their own economic and political peril.”

http://www.nclr.org/content/news/detail/50375/

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Now you sound off. Should the United States taxpayer be funding the National Council of La Raza? THE MEXICAN FASCIST PARTY of LA RAZA FOR MEXICAN SUPREMACY
By Dave Gibson (09/17/2006) http://americandaily.com/article/15577 (THESE FIGURES ARE DATED. SEE MEXICANOCCUPATION.blogspot.com for 2011 figures of American tax money handed over to advance Mexico’s occupation!
In 2005, the Latino group known as La Raza (The Race) was given $15.2 million in U.S. federal grants.