... Post and Simon Rosenberg of the New Democratic Network are a lot like that.
The used car salesman will say anything to sell a car, and Sargent and Rosenberg will say anything to sell amnesty.
The latest example is Sargent's "Care about minors crossing border? Then pass immigration reform now!" ( peekURL.com/zzc85NP ) in which he and Rosenberg claim that passing comprehensive immigration reform (...
... Raben Group: Jeanne Butterfield
* New Democratic Network: Simon Rosenberg, Kristian Ramos, Alicia Menendez
* Laura Burton Capps (former Clinton staffer who leads "strategic communications efforts for federal officials", blueenginemedia.com/team?id=0003)
* New Partners: Cara Morris Stern (communications, consultants)
* Monica Lozano Impremedia
* AFL CIO: Richard Trumka...
... National Puerto Rican Coalition
* New Democratic Network
* Netroots Nation (from Dailykos and others)
* Voto Latino
UPDATE: Janet Murguia of the NCLR says, among other things (huffingtonpost.com/janet-murguia/join-nclr-and-the-drop-do_b_290584.html):
For two years, I have tried working behind the scenes with CNN to bring some fairness to the relentless bias of CNN programming due to...
Earlier today, Janet Napolitano of the Department of Homeland Security held a closed-door meeting with a group of what she calls "stakeholders" (dhs.gov/ynews/releases/pr_1250792978709.shtm) but was actually a vast pantheon (see below) of far-left, racial power, corrupt business, and in general loose borders groups all of which want some form of comprehensive immigration reform, aka amnesty....
Simon Rosenberg of the New Democratic Network offers "Making the Case: 7 Reasons Why Congress Should Pass Comprehensive Immigration Reform this Year" (huffingtonpost.com/simon-rosenberg/making-the-case-why-congr_b_193621.html). As one might expect from the source, all seven are actually reasons *not* to pass "reform".
His first reason is that we need "reform" in order to remove the "trap door"...
... Citizens, and Simon Rosenberg of the New Democratic Network. As could be expected, it falsely assumes that those racial-power-seeking leaders represent all Hispanics ("[MALDEF] hosted the event, the second annual Latino State of the Union, a gathering of advocates, civil rights activists and lawmakers representing the interests of the Latino community").
And, Rosenberg amplified the previous...
Darryl Fears of the Washington Post offers "Republicans Lost Ground With Latinos In Midterms". As might be expected, it's so full of misleading statements, superficial analysis, hidden agendas, and hidden assumptions that a full treatment would be novel-length:
...Latinos [gave] the GOP only 30 percent of their vote as strident House immigration legislation inspired by Republicans and tough-...