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Lou Dobbs Title: Ode to Lou Dobbs (en)
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Radio Tomate Latino has a lot of fun with Lou Dobbs, the self-proclaimed champion of the middle class who has begun to see Mexicans everywhere. His audacious, assertive, and advocacy style of TV journalism has converted his once refreshing program into a tedious and un-constructive rant on illegal immigration. His obsession for the subject has become a relentless accumulation of statistics, jurisprudence, law enforcement and even the constitutional separation of church and state. In his quest to be right, he has omitted the most important issue … why do they come!

Jock Chamberlain Author/
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Jock Chamberlain, President of the Latin American Information Forum
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Jock Chamberlain is the producer of Radio Tomate Latino, a podcast which attempts to illuminate constructively the issues which are separating the Americas. Chamberlain, a self-proclaimed Gringo, has lived and worked in Latin America for over 30 years. He has three children born in Latin America and a Bolivian wife. Mr. Chamberlain began his trajectory in Latin America first as a student in Costa Rica, then as an officer in Military Intelligence in Panama, and later as an investment banker in charge of the Andean Countries for Morgan Guaranty in New York. He has started, managed and directed companies in over 10 countries, and has experienced first-hand the mutual failures of diplomacy and economic policy in the region. Mr. Chamberlain believes that only through knowledge can constructive dialog emerge and bilateral solutions be achieved.
 
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Radio Tomate Latino is the personal blog or Jock Chamberlain which attempts to illuminate constructively the issues which are separating the Americas. Chamberlain, a self-proclaimed Gringo, has lived and worked in Latin America for over 30 years. He has three children born in Latin America and a Bolivian wife. Mr. Chamberlain began his trajectory in Latin America first as a student in Costa Rica, then as an officer in Military Intelligence in Panama, and later as an investment banker in charge of the Andean Countries for Morgan Guaranty in New York. He has started, managed and directed companies in over 10 countries, and has experienced first hand the mutual failures of diplomacy and economic policy in the region. Mr. Chamberlain believes that only through knowledge can constructive dialog emerge and bilateral solutions be achieved.
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  Duration: 01:01:08 Date: May 25,2007 Format: mp3 IDN: 0705001
   

 
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