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Obama: "I remember May Day"

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By Michelle Malkin  •  March 3, 2008 01:44 PM

Barack Obama is aggressively courting the Hispanic vote in Texas–and reminding Latino voters that he stood “shoulder-to-shoulder” with pro-illegal immigration activists during the massive shamnesty rallies of 2006:

“Whenever I hear folks talk about the “brown-black” divide, I remember my days as a community organizer, when I brought African-Americans and Hispanics together to fight a rising drop-out rate in our schools.”

“I remember my days as a civil rights lawyer, when I worked with my Hispanic brothers and sisters to protect our voting rights. And I remember May Day 2006, when I marched shoulder-to-shoulder with the Hispanic community to stand up for comprehensive immigration reform.”

I remember, too. Do you? Flashback- The pictures you didn’t see, May 2, 2006:

Protest Warrior Chicago exposed ugly, American flag-trashing advocates…

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And a Che-approved, border-sabotaging message…

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Reconquista in Albuquerque (credit: SharkJumper)…

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And yes, it’s Che again peeking out behind the “Manifest Destiny?” placard…

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SharkJumper also snapped this photo showing the protesters’ love for open-borders President Bush…

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And it was May Day Che in Topeka (video hat tip: JD Johannes)…

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Freeman Hunt photographed the Springdale, AR illegal alien rally. This one says it all…

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Aztlan lives in San Ysidro, Calif. (check out the shield on the right)…

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And Slapstick Politics in Denver saw a pro-illegal immigration sign-waver who makes the open-borders agenda crystal clear:

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