Eric Holder Vows Solidarity With Latino Leftists

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder embraces Margaret Moran, national president of the League of United Latin American Citizens, after being presented an award by  LULAC at their annual conference, Thursday.
LULAC is a Socialist group along the lines of La Raza.  From "El Conservador" :

 "Rather than encouraging Hispanics to integrate into American society, they want the Spanish language to stand equally with English. Under the guise of diversity, LULAC has helped to isolate and segregate many Hispanics.   
 Also, LULAC seems have forsaken the values of individualism and capitalism in favor of collectivism and socialism.  In the past 40 years, LULAC has repeatedly supported government funded programs that have made Hispanics more dependent on the government instead encouraging personal independence. In fact, LULAC has supported the Obama administrations programs that have promoted government growth and influence, and hampered capital growth. Furthermore, by trying to create an identifiable voting bloc, LULAC advocated for segregating Hispanic communities such as in the creation of Hispanic dominant congressional districts.  
Perhaps the greatest change in LULAC’s ideology is their position on immigration. LULAC supports and advocates for illegal aliens. They have protested federal immigration law enforcement and promoted amnesty for the estimated 20 million illegal aliens in the U.S. It does not seem to matter that illegal aliens broke the law by entering the U. S. illegally, nor does it seem to matter that illegal aliens contribute to the problems in Hispanic communities. It also does not seem matter that illegal aliens compete with Hispanics for low skilled jobs."

JudicialWatch

On the same week that the U.S. House of Representatives found him in criminal contempt, the nation’s embattled Attorney General professed solidarity with a radical leftist Latino group, proudly celebrating its socialist mission of “uno para todos, todos para uno” (all for one and one for all).

It wasn’t enough for Eric Holder to earn the accolade of being the nation’s first sitting Attorney General to be found in criminal contempt by Congress for stonewalling the investigation of a disastrous experiment conducted by his office. Known as Operation Fast and Furious, the project allowed Mexican drug traffickers to obtain U.S.-sold weapons. Many of the guns have been linked to serious crimes, including the murder of a U.S. Border Patrol agent in Arizona.
Judicial Watch has sued the Department of Justice (DOJ) and the various agencies that operate under it for records related to the Fast and Furious. As part of that ongoing investigation, last fall JW obtained internal government records that show the number of crimes connected to the failed gun-running venture is significantly higher than previously disclosed. This led to the broader congressional probe that Holder has impeded.
As the House publicly admonished him, Holder was at a fancy Disney resort in Florida praising a Latino civil rights group—League of United Latin American Citizens LULAC— best known for accusing a Mexican fast-food eatery of a “hate crime” for using a Chihuahua in a commercial. 

In the 1990s a top LULAC official accused the food chain of the hate crime by saying that “Mexican Americans are treated like dogs, they have to work like dogs, and now they’re being portrayed as dogs.”
Yet there was the country’s top law enforcement officer praising about 1,000 LULAC delegates at an upscale Disney resort, repeatedly chanting “all for one and one for all” in both English and Spanish. Holder bragged that his DOJ has filed more civil rights cases than in any previous period in the nation’s history and he highlighted an ongoing witch hunt against an Arizona sheriff known for cracking down on illegal immigration.

“I want to assure communities in Arizona and around the country, and you, that the Department of Justice will continue to vigorously enforce federal prohibitions against racial profiling and ethnic discrimination,” Holder told the crowd. He also assured that his department is pursuing “careful, thorough and independent” assessments of voter identification laws that Democrats assert discriminate against minorities.

He continued: “On these and other critical issues, you’ve succeeded in bringing a diverse range of partners together. You’ve proven the power of unity – and the virtues of diversity.  And you’ve breathed new life into the old adage that – more than 80 years ago – gave voice to LULAC’s mission and vision: Uno para todos, todos para uno.
This enduring ideal – of all for one, and one for all; and the common understanding – that, here in the United States, we rise and fall as one people, and that we will only succeed if we work together as one nation – has been at the heart of the success we’re gathered to celebrate today – and to advance. ”