Hispanic Tea Party clarifies DREAM Act position
A flurry of criticism from his national counterparts pushed Rev. Armando Vera, founder of the nation's first Hispanic Tea Party, to modify his previous statements in support of a divisive immigration bill.
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#1 Sep 5, 2011
That's typical of a Hispanic group, which isn't aligned with TEA Party groups at all!
#2 Sep 5, 2011
He's confused, he's part of the Tequila Party, not the TEA Party!
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Since: May 10
MY MONEY, come take it.
#3 Sep 5, 2011
Is it good stuff or the rotgut? Inquiring minds really need to know.
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