Saturday, May 29, 2010

A Different Point Of View

Jose Pacheco Wrote to the Prescott, Arizona Daily courier and said:

'Why do you betray your people?', someone recently asked me. Just because we are of the same color does not make us a common people.

Since the day I was born, I have been an American. Who I am, what I have, and what I have done with my life, I owe it all to this country I call home: America.

Mexico has never been there for its people, and even less for an American like me.

Mexico has never protected me from any foreign or domestic enemies. It has never taken care of me in times of need; it has never paid my hospital bills, never given me a job, has never given me an education and has not allowed me to collect welfare. It has not even given me a mere meal.

But Mexico has given to me the burden of supporting its people, and has made me tolerate its drug dealers, its human traffickers and criminals. We have had to endure many violations committed on us. We have had our national security violated by all who come here illegally; we have also seen murders, rapes, assault, theft and many more crimes committed. Some will say they don't do any of those crimes, that they are a good, honest hard working people. Coming here illegally is not a good way to immigrate; it is not an honest way. While many do not commit any federal crimes, they do take from us, by leaching off of our welfare system, overcrowding our hospitals, and depleting our school system of money that belongs to our children while not paying a cent into the American system.

He said a lot more. Go check it out.

He sounds a lot like the Mexicans we lived with for four decades in Santa Fe, before the "La Raza" and the "Brown Berets" kind of rabid anti-Americanism took root.

Those idiots really need to read what Jose has written.


Galt-in-Da-Box said...

Put "la raza" and the "Brown Berets" under a microscope, pump up the juice and before long, the red "liberation theology" communism is visable:
Why do you think they stage all the "immigrant" marches on MayDay (pretty dead give-away, methinx)!?

Bob said...


It would seem that the emotionally excitable memebers of our minority races are being used big time by the power hungry elites.

Indians, Mexicans, negroes - all of them - being stirred up against "the man", and they're going for it hook, line and sinker.

What a bunch of witless pawns. What a bunch of idiots.