> Immigration talks rouse hate
> WASHINGTON (AP) - A national Hispanic advocacy organization said Thursday
> it is fighting back against what it considers to be "hate speech" that has
> emerged from the debate over immigration.
> National Council of La Raza President Janet Murguia announced plans to
> pressure television network executives and candidates seeking their
> parties' presidential nominations to clamp down on such remarks.
> The group launched a website to counter the speech,
, with clips of what it considers offensive
> comments made on television, as well as a tracking of hate crimes.
> "Hate groups and extremists have taken over the immigration debate in an
> unprecedented wave of hate," Murguia said. Although some comments could be
> considered free speech, "there is a line that sometimes can be crossed
> when it comes to free speech," she said.
> Some of the remarks the Hispanic group identified included referring to ...