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Reader Edgar spots a news article in El Universal about McCain Hispanic outreach advisor Juan “bloc, not a nation” Hernandez. He’s hard at work raising money for McCain, most recently for Cinco de Mayo campaign events. And he must be undoubtedly thrilled, of course, with his friend’s decision to speak to their fellow open-borders radicals at La Raza/The Race.

Here’s the Spanish version of the article:

Amigo de Fox pide dinero para McCain

Amigo de Fox pide dinero para McCain

Juan Hernández, un antiguo miembro de la administración del presidente Vicente Fox, dedica la mayor parte de su tiempo a recaudar fondos para la campaña presidencial del virtual candidato del Partido Republicano de Estados Unidos, John McCain

J. Jaime Hernández

El Universal

Martes 06 de mayo de 2008

WASHINGTON.— Juan Hernández, un antiguo miembro de la administración del presidente Vicente Fox, dedica la mayor parte de su tiempo a recaudar fondos para la campaña presidencial del virtual candidato del Partido Republicano de Estados Unidos, John McCain.

Hernández, vinculado a los Amigos de Fox —estrategia por la que empresarios hicieron llegar recursos irregulares a la campaña de Fox—, sirve como asesor de asuntos hispanos de McCain.

Desde el correo electrónico de un bufete de abogados en Texas, quien fuera director de la Oficina Presidencial para Mexicanos en el Exterior del foxismo invitó a celebrar las fiestas del 5 de Mayo con McCain, en Arlington, Virginia.

En la invitación se anexa un formato de aportación de fondos, en el que se piden sumas que van desde mil hasta 9 mil 200 dólares por pareja.

Hernández mantiene un bajo perfil para no desatar la ira de conservadores que ven en él a un hombre de “lealtades divididas”, por su doble nacionalidad y su defensa de los inmigrantes en EU.

Edgar’s translation:

WASHINGTON.— Juan Hernández, an old member of the administration of president Vicente Fox, dedicates most of his time collecting funds for the presidential campaign of the candidate of the Republican Party, John McCain.

Hernández, linked to “Friends of Fox”—strategy in which businessmen sent irregular donations to the Fox campaign —, serves as the advisor in Hispanic matters of McCain.

From an e-mail of a law firm in Texas, the former director of the Presidential Office for Mexicans abroad during Fox’s presidency, invited to celebrate the Cinco de Mayo festivals with John McCain, in Arlington, Virginia.

In the invitation a funds contribution format was enclosed, in which sums were asked that went from a thousand to 9 thousand 200 dollars per couple.

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Refresher course:

Previous Juan Hernandez blogging.

(Republished from MichelleMalkin.com by permission of author or representative)
 
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