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18 March 2008 @ 03:25 pm
I got this email today...  
Montebello High School in California


"You will not see this heart-stopping photo on the front
page of the NY Times or on the lead story of the major news networks.
The protestors put up the Mexican flag over the American flag flying
upside down at Montebello High School in California .

(pretend i bothered to upload this photo which you've no doubt seen)

I hope that this stunt will be the nail in the coffin of
any guest-worker/amnesty plan on the table in Washington .

The image of the American flag subsumed to another and turned upside down on American soil is already spreading on Internet forums and via e-mail.

Pass this along to every American citizen in your address books and to every representative in the state and federal government. If you choose to remain uninvolved, do not be amazed when you no longer have a nation to call your own nor anything you have
worked for left, since it will be 'redistributed' to the activists while
you are so peacefully staying out of the 'fray'. Check history, it is full of nations/empires that disappeared when its citizens no longer
held their core beliefs and values. One person CAN make a difference.

The battle for our secure borders and immigration laws
that actually mean something, however, hasn't even begun.

If this ticks YOU off...PASS IT ON!
IF IT DOESN'T IT SHOULD! "

I got this from Ann, my political corrospondant, with this note..

Ann <a**********@**-****.com> wrote:

I just got super pissed and I feel like throwing together another one of my email rants, but this speaks volumes for itself and I don’t think that my opinion would differ much from any of yours. But if you’re wondering, my email would’ve included a few obscene words and an end phrase…”Go the %$# back to Mexico”.

Ann

I replied this to her....

I too am angry. The thing Im really mad about is that the government, despite what the politicans say, really and truely do not take illegal immigration seriously. You know how I know?

Every morning, driving by the home depot in el cajon, or anywhere in esco, or in bonsall by the arco, there are "day labourers" standing around waiting for work, people to come help them move or what have you.

And across the street from home depot, cops buying donuts, at the same arco in bonsall, getting coffee... they are all over esco cause they live in the fields in tents behind our houses.

No one cares or theyd sweep them up and be gone.

For some reason, the government is turning a blind eye to this. Either its a kickback from mexico itself, or the latino vote in the next election, who knows.

Seriously, though. What gives?
Anyone?
 
 
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