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Not all is well in GOP land

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By Michelle Malkin  •  September 3, 2008 01:02 AM

I will continue to monitor and spotlight ongoing P.D.S. (it’s the subject of my syndicated column tomorrow), but all is not well in GOP land.

Three items to dampen your convention enthusiasm:

1) Stacy McCain reports on the McCain camp’s dissing of stalwart conservative icon Phyllis Schlafly.

What the hell are they thinking?

2) One of the speakers on stage tonight was Tommy Espinoza of the RAZA (Race) Development Fund, the open-borders, tax-subsidized group, ethnic supremacist that encourages illegal immigration. (Via Lonewacko).

Juan Hernandez approves.

3) And speaking of Juan Hernandez, he’s quoted here in La Opinion busily lobbying for McCain:

El representante de McCain, Juan Hernández, dijo a los pastores reunidos en Vanguard que el republicano no sólo está alineado con ellos en los valores de aborto, matrimonio gay y el nombramiento de jueces conservadores a la Suprema Corte de Justicia.

“Él, McCain, estuvo con nosotros cuando era necesario”, dijo Hernández, refiriéndose repetidamente al liderazgo del republicano en 2006 al copatrocinar un proyecto de reforma migratoria junto al senador demócrata Ted Kennedy. “Yo sé cómo es su corazón y lo que siente sobre los hispanos y los inmigrantes”.

I’ll let you translate.

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