Shamnesty peddler John McCain; top entry in the McCain-spearheaded Reform Institute’s “Design Your Portion of the Border Fence” art contest; McCain’s open-borders Hispanic outreach director Juan Hernandez
For those of you in the Baylor University area, tonight is your chance to ask Juan Hernandez about his radical, open-borders agenda and his role in the McCain campaign. The event is free and open to the public. Bring your video camera:
Dr. Juan Hernandez, author of The New American Pioneers, will speak at 6 p.m. Thursday in Kayser Auditorium on Mexican immigration. His lecture will be based on his notes, “Why are We Afraid of Mexican Immigrants?”
Hernandez, a member of former Mexican President Vicente Fox’s cabinet, will be the final speaker for The Academy for Leader Development and Civic Engagement’s spring lecture series on leadership in public life. Hernandez has previously served as a speaker in Chapel.
“Participants will gain another perspective on the issues of immigration; hopefully expand the dialog on immigration reform asking the question, ‘Where should we as a nation be in creating reform on this issue?'” said Ramona Curtis, director for Leader Development and Civic Engagement. “When I met Dr. Hernandez last year, I found him to be very passionate about communities working together for the greater good. No matter where you stand on the issues of immigration, this lecture will prove to be engaging.”
Hernandez has a lengthy history of involvement in the Hispanic community. From serving as the first United States-born member of the Mexican cabinet to founding the Organization for Hispanic Advancement in October 2003, Hernandez is a proponent of immigration reform.
“He’s playing a key role nationally by facilitating an important discussion about immigration, and he’s certainly an expert on the topic,” said Dr. Frank Shushok, dean for student learning and engagement. “He has strong opinions about immigration reform that will spur on needed dialogue among students.”
Ask him about this comment: ““We must not only have a free flow of goods and services, but also start working for a free flow of people.”
Ask him about his lobbying for illegal alien driver’s licenses and Mexico first. Ask him about his defense of Mexican bus operators carrying illegal aliens to the USA, and promoted extending banking privileges to illegal aliens.
Ask him about this comment: “I want ‘em all to think Mexico first.”
Ask about his work for the Soros-funded Reform Institute.
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