San Antonio Channel 9 Liberal Bias Action Request Feb 8, 2011 (Tuesday)
George Rodriguez sent the following memo about an upcoming panel discussion with considerable bias in the local Spanish news station. Please read and take some action as requested.
KLRN Channel 9 is hosting a panel discussion on immigration on 2-8-11. But if you read the attached news article, you will see that the panel includes only liberal Hispanics. I think it’s time to again call the station to complain about this phony discussion which exclude any conservative points of view. The phone number and e-mail is attached. Please hone or e-mail the station and demand equal, fair and balance discussions. It is being organized by Victor Landa, and his e-mail is below, too. Please let them hear our voice.
Who is Victor Landa and what does he believe?
At times, Victor Landa engages in what would be called smear tactics if it wasn’t outright fantasy. For example, in his NewsTaco article “GOP Hits The Ground Going Backwards Landa produces this ridiculous assertion:
The Republican’s are also inching their way toward the deportation of the 12 to 18 million (depending on who’s counting) undocumented taxpayers who live and work in the US. What they are not mentioning is what this would look like, or how much it would cost. But we’ve got an idea. At last count it costss $12,500 dollars to deport one person. Multiply that by 12 million. The Republican idea to deport undocumented persons would cost $150 billion.
In his San Antonio Express News article, “Bet on More Rhetoric Than Results” Landa moans the fact that he expects a lack of “actual forward movement” with the new Congress. That’s certainly true when one defines “actual formward movement” as the socialist and progressive agenda of Barack Obama and George Soros.
Landa’s made no secret of his strong beliefs in free and open borders, euphemistically called “immigration reform”.
Our politicians may be more partisan than before, more intransigent than before and less willing to compromise than before, but they’re not totally inept. They’re good at getting elected. So bills will be debated and votes will be cast, but actual forward movement will be sluggish…
Exactly what conservatives, those whom the American people voted in large numbers into the House of Representatives, consider “action” to Victor Landa is not “actual forward movement”.