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    McCain, Obama attend 'Open Borders' event -Communist Party

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    McCain, Obama to attend 'Open Borders' event endorsed by Communist Party!
    I suggest that you call the McCain Campaign now and let them know how you feel about this! - 703-418-2008

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    You have an article on your website that was put together by Tom Chandler from chandlerswatch.com and host of Chandler's Watch radio show that is not giving proper credit. The piece is entitled "McCain, Obama to attend 'Open Borders' event endorsed by Communist Party!"

    Please correct this and add a link to chandlerswatch.com


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    The two presidential candidates will discuss matters of interest for the latin american community in this country.

    The Angeles.- The two main presidential candidates, Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama, will be the guests of honor at the third Latin American National Congress, that will be carried out on July 18 and 19 in Los Angeles.

    The organizers confirmed the participation of the two politicians in the event, that will be performed in an exclusive hotel in Downtown Los Angeles, where it is expected that more than 300 organizations of 20 cities will attend.

    On the first day, McCain will be presented during lunch and Obama at dinner. The two virtual presidential candidates will discuss matters of interest for the latin american community in this country.

    In the First National Latin American Congress of 2006, 70 resolutions on diverse issues were taken and 260 local and national organizations assisted, in 2007 300 cities attended and 98 resolutions were adopted.

    Among the issues undertaken during both congresses were educational reform, migration, public health, urban development and foreign policy, among others.

    The organizers advanced that they prepare an ambitious agenda to promote the registration of millions of latin Americans as new voters in order to continue growing like a political force that can influence the elections next November.

    The leader of Latin-American Mexican Brotherhood and the Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA), Nativo López, indicated that the young voters can make the difference in the electoral mobilization.

    'In this electoral year we should move and act as a united family and no one is left behind', indicated López, who considered that another of the issues that will be emphasized in the debate will be driver's licenses for ILLEGAL aliens.

    Among the organizations that will attend the event are the Willie C. Velásquez Institute, the League of Latin-American United Citizens (LULAC), the Mexican-american Educational and Legal Defense Fund (MALDEF) and the National Network of Day Laborers (NDLON).

    As well as the Hispanic Federation, the Educational Project of Registration of Voters of the Southwest (SVREP), the National Alliance of Latin-American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC) and the Hispanic National Council on Environment (NHEC).


    The Event will be on:

    July 18th - 19th 2008
    The Westin Bonaventure in Los Angeles
    & at the Sheraton Los Angeles Downtown

    http://latinocongreso.org/

    The National Latino Congreso is convened by the Hispanic Federation (HF), the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement (LCLAA), League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), the National Alliance of Latin American and Caribbean Communities (NALACC), the National Day Labor Organizing Network (NDLON), the National Hispanic Environmental Council (NHEC), Southwest Voter Registration Education Project (SVREP), and the William C. Velasquez Institute (WCVI).

    If you follow the link above and check out the endorsers page, you will find the following endorsers:

    2008 Organizational Endorsers (24)

    * California Latinas for Reproductive Justice
    * California Latino School Board Association
    * Cesar Chavez Youth Leadership Conference-Sierra College
    * Cesar E. Chavez National Holiday
    * Chicano Consortium
    * Coalition Against Militarism in our Schools
    * Committee to Close the School of the Americas
    * Communist Party USA
    * Drug Policy Alliance Network
    * Fontana Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
    * Hispanic Enpowerment Association of Roseville
    * Int'l Committee for the Freedom of the Cuban 5
    * L.A. Community Legal Center and Educational
    * La Raza Lawyers Association of Sacramento
    * La Raza Network
    * Labor Council Latin America Advancement-Sacramento Chapter
    * LULAC Council #1111 - Maricopa County, AZ
    * LULAC-Lorenzo Patino Council #2862
    * Mexican-American Political Assocaition - San Diego County
    * Palisadians for Peace
    * Respect Respeto
    * School of the Americas Watch
    * SEIU Local-DLC 765
    * Sierra Club

    2008 Elected Official Endorsers (4)

    * The Honorable Victoria Baca, Trustee, Moreno Valley Unified School District
    * The Honorable Pablo Catano, Mayor Pro-tem, City of Hawthorne, CA
    * The Honorable Steve Gallardo, State Representative -D13 - House Minority Whip, State of Arizona
    * The Honorable Paul Solano, Vice President, Bassett Unified School District

    2008 Individual Endorsers (12)

    * Felipe Agredano
    * Rene Aguilera
    * Michael Cruz
    * Tommy Escarcega
    * Tommy Escarcega
    * Fr. Richard Estrada,cmf
    * Lydia Guzman
    * Richard Lujan
    * Hermelinda Martinez
    * John Mireles
    * Adrian Perez
    * Miguel Perla



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    The two presidential candidates will discuss matters of interest for the latin american community in this country.


    Please tell me what matters are of interest to the Latin American community that would not be of interest to the "American" community? Are they not Americans? If they are Americans, then our interests should be the same, right?

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    Latin American National Congress

    Why do we have a Latin Amercian Nation Congress? If we had an Anglo American National Congress, wouldn't that be considered racist? What the hell is goin going on in this country?

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    Quit talking to Mexico - everyone- like the rest of the world... just maybe we will attack and conquer them.

    Seems like this route President Bush has ruled out!
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    Note received and added to the top

    You have an article on your website that was put together by Tom Chandler from chandlerswatch.com and host of Chandler's Watch radio show that is not giving proper credit. The piece is entitled "McCain, Obama to attend 'Open Borders' event endorsed by Communist Party!"

    Please correct this and add a link to www.chandlerswatch.com


    Thank you
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