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La Raza/The Race lobbyist gets ethics waiver

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By Michelle Malkin  •  March 10, 2009 10:15 PM

You’ll love the loophole that lets President Obama violate his no-lobbyist rule in order to bring La Raza/The Race lobbyist Cecilia Munoz on board to work on shamnesty issues from the inside:

It’s a “public interest” exemption.

“Public interest” meaning illegal alien interest, apparently.

Via The Hill:

President Obama has issued waivers allowing two appointees who were formally registered lobbyists to work for his administration.

The waivers ensure the two appointees can work for the administration under his executive order on ethics, which was intended to reform the revolving door between K Street and the government.

The waivers were provided for Jocelyn Frye, director of policy and projects in the Office of the First Lady, and Cecilia Munoz, director of intergovernmental affairs in the executive office of the president. The two waivers were announced on the White House blog Tuesday evening, which said the exceptions were granted under a “public interest” exemption of the executive order on ethics.

Munoz was a senior vice president for the National Council of La Raza, where she supervised all legislative and advocacy activities on the state and local levels. Munoz was heavily involved in the immigration battles in Congress in recent years, and is now a principal liaison to the Hispanic community for the administration.

La Raza/The Race’s most recent nationwide project, I remind you, is to institute un-Fairness Doctrine-style censorship to rid the public square of those who believe in strict enforcement of our immigration laws.

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