BORN IN 1954 IN OHIO LEFT IN 1980 ENGINEER WORKING IN THE POWER BUSINESS.
MARRIED AND EMPLOYED
Alfred E nueman. that is a good one.
I agree with your comments about rubio. He is like a moth attracted to the light. Question is who would represent?Who would you suggest as a candidate?
Yes! I beleive everyone concerned and Rosemont themselves knew they could not protect the region with the plan they had. Let us see what the snake oil wizards come up with next. The 800 pound Gorilla has spoken.
I agree. I am anglo and I don't understand the reason for the disqualification of these texts and the classes. If the texts are inquestion then revise them in a way that should suit both parties. Is that not possible? Then I say get a mediator involved.
As far as the haters go who are these people?
Latinos and Anglos have lived in this region together for over 100 years. I refer back to a Fitzsimmons cartoon (which I cut out and scanned) showing a Mexican citizen raking his yard and a snowbird couple wanting to turn him in or hire him. The last caption is righteous.
In any event. Whatever events happened in past history is just that past history. For the well being of the community we need to move on. Haters and aggresive /revolutionary activists have no place in a thriving community.
For now I am out of town but when I get back I'll be a huntin 'em down. Please relate, if they relocate.
The starving poet.
There blame on both sides. iIt is the rhetoric and the hater mentality in general that is to credit influencing the shooter.
Congress woman Wasserman has no room to talkand to bring it up in that fashion shows little if any class and the restraint she is preaching. You have to remember where she is talking from. She is resposneible for seeing her specific party to control again. You know the word repent means to change cousre. We all need to repent. In particular folks like her who say things to achieve a low road result. Political ends have become a low road goal.
I love this column..freakin hilarious. I would lie to pint out, seeing as how I have lived in Houston and Tucson over half my life (and not in some secular neighborhood) that there is a certain pride among the Latino community and they would rather have some achievement to point to rather than stay on the dole thier entire life.
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