Obama’s La Raza Lies

<font size=”2″ style=”font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;”><span style=”font-weight: bold;”>President addresses openly racial, taxpayer funded mestizo group–again.</span><br /><br />Last week, Barack Obama spoke before the National Council of La Raza. [Remarks by the President to the National Council of La Raza, July 25, 2011 For the most part his comments were predictable. He stated his support for the DREAM Act, while opposing the &quot;patchwork&quot; of state laws like Arizona. It was also predictable that he would tell a few half-truths and falsehoods. With no further ado, here are Obama’s La Raza Lies.<br /><br /><span style=”font-weight: bold;”>Lie # 1: Hispanics are Hit Harder During the Recession:</span><br /><br />According to Obama, &quot;we’re still climbing out of a vicious recession, and that recession hit Latino families especially hard.&quot; A meme has gone across the internet for years with the mock headline &quot;World Ends, Women and Minorities Hardest Hit&quot; or some variant. (Ironically, the day after Obama’s speech, there really was an article in the New York Times under the headline, Recession Study Finds Hispanics Hit the Hardest.[By Sabrina Tavernise, July 26, 2011.</font>

<font size=”2″ style=”font-family: verdana,arial,helvetica,sans-serif;”>The Study in question dealt with decline in net worth. But the primary problem with recessions is, by its definition, job loss. And in this case, Hispanics are doing quite well in the recession compared to whites, and blacks for that matter. As VDARE.com’s Ed Rubenstein has reported:<br /><br />&quot;Since the recession hit in December 2007 non-Hispanics have lost jobs at more than three-times the rate of Hispanics (-5.3 percent versus -1.7 percent.) And since the start of the ‘recovery’ in June 2009 Hispanics have gained 416,000 jobs while non-Hispanics have lost 675,000 positions.&quot;<br /><br style=”font-weight: bold;” /><a href=”http://vdare.com/washington_watcher/110802_la_raza_lies.htm&quot; style=”font-weight: bold;”>continue…</a></font><br />