Please ask John McCain the following question and upload videotape of his response to video sharing sites. A printable version is in this RTF file. That file has been released into the public domain, so if you don't want to ask the question yourself make copies and hand them out to others at his appearances.
You recently spoke to the National Council of La Raza. The NCLR is an ethnic nationalist organization and among many other things:
- they want to give a special break to illegal aliens who've been charged with identity theft... 
- they constantly fight against immigration enforcement... 
- they've funded extremists... 
- and, they gave an award to the college professor who said "We have got to eliminate the gringo, and what I mean by that is if the worst comes to the worst, we have got to kill him." 
Speaking to organizations like that is one thing, but not opposing them is another thing entirely. Could you list some of the times that you've opposed the things the NCLR has said and done?
 The publication "Paying the Price: The Impact of Immigration Raids on America’s Children" (nclr.org/content/publications/detail/49166) says "Congress should revise the rules concerning release, deportation, and banishment of noncitizens charged with nonviolent offenses such as identity theft, so that arrested parents can be reunited with their children in cases where children face hardship." Needless to say, the children of U.S. citizens who've been charged with identity theft might also face hardships due to their parent's actions, but apparently that isn't a concern.
 Although the NCLR claims to support immigration enforcement, they have a habit of speaking out against that enforcement. See the report in , nclr.org/content/publications/detail/1390, or peekURL.com/zppbilc.
 They granted $2500 to a chapter of the separatist group MEChA; see their take here: nclr.org/section/separatist. More importantly, one of their 'affiliates" is Academia Semillas del Pueblo ("ASP", nclr.org/content/affiliates/detail/937). According to the NCLR, ASP is "a public charter school dedicated to providing urban children of immigrant and native families an excellent education founded upon their own language, cultural values, and global realities." According to others, ASP is a "reconquista" school; in a UCLA interview their principal said (peekURL.com/zo2kev5), "We don’t want to drink from a White water fountain, we have our own wells and our natural reservoirs and our way of collecting rain in our aqueducts. We don’t need a White water fountain." For more on that and the other schools involved with the NCLR, see peekURL.com/z36pyp8 and peekURL.com/zx4cnqr.
 In 1994, the NCLR gave their Chicano Hero Award award (peekURL.com/zm15ry1) to professor Jose Angel Gutierrez of the University of Texas at Arlington. He said the quote above in 1969 and tries to contextualize it here: peekURL.com/zdp72om. For more on him see peekURL.com/z5hd2gc and peekURL.com/z4cswmo. Both include other highly inflammatory quotes from him.