Wednesday, May 3, 2006

Latino Talk Radio Show Posts Award for Lou Dobbs Baby

LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – You probably won’t find the name “Lou Dobbs” in many baby name books, but that’s not stopping two joker radio hosts in Los Angeles.

Lalo Alcarez and Esteban Zul, who host The Pocho Hour of Power radio show in Los Angeles, are trying to promote “racial harmony and assimilation of immigrants” by offering $500 in prizes to the first American immigrant baby named after “anti-immigrant” CNN commentator, Lou Dobbs.

The child must be born in the U.S. of parents with “notarized illegal status” – a term Alcaraz says his “lawyers are still trying to define.”

Alcaraz adds: “CNN’s people tell me ‘Lou [Dobbs] just loves this kind of thing!”,’ which he claims is funny because Dobbs certainly doesn’t seem to love immigrants.

To claim the prize, the winning baby Lou must be born by September 16, 2006, and the proud parents must present the birth certificate during a live Pocho Hour broadcast.

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