FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 15, 2012
The Tequila Party — Female-led Political Movement Blasts CPAC
The Tequila Party is outraged that at the Conservative Political Action Conference, Peter Brimelow, a British immigrant who is a Naturalized United States Citizen and founder of the White nationalist website VDARE.com –labeled correctly by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group- was invited to speak on: “The Failure of Multiculturalism: How the pursuit of diversity is weakening the American identity”.
The Tequila Party demands that Presidential candidates Romney, Santorum and Gingrich denounce the inclusion of this speaker and his group. Diversity is not pursued it is rather the essence of America. Republican, Democratic and independent Latinos as well as Americans that agree with the message of compassion for our immigrants and the urgent need to reform our broken immigration system, raise our voice requesting those running for the highest office of this great Nation speak out against the inclusion of Peter Brimelow at the CPAC conference given that his website regularly publishes articles by prominent white nationalists, race scientists and anti-Semites.
The Tequila Party notes with great concern that the CPAC conference organizers chose not bring conservative voices that have made the fiscal argument against the irresponsible immigration policies of “enforcement through attrition” or “self deportation” such as: the Cato Institute or the business coalition of ImmigrationWorks- but rather gave the podium to a speaker who has spent much of his time “pounding the white nationalist message that the Republican Party would do better to spend time its time attracting white voters rather than by reaching out to minorities”.
The Tequila Party calls on Presidential candidates Romney, Santorum and Gingrich to denounce the presence of the white nationalist Peter Brimelow at the CPAC conference and the absence of speakers that espouse immigration policies that would make our Nation globally competitive for the 21st. century.