Let's see -- the date of today's newspaper is Wednesday, August 21 -- and the newspaper is telling us to support an event that took place yesterday - August 20.
You guys are so lame with your reporting -- oh yes, I gorgot, you are not "reporters of news", just the purveyors of your personal opinions.
Once again, SHAME-SHAME-SHAME on the Tucson Chamber of Commerce for not doing their job and promoting this national event being held in Tucson.
Are they still following Congressman Raul Grijalva's lead and telling people NOT to hold their events here and NOT to come to Tucson.Obviously the politicians have their jobs, so they are NOT concerned about creating jobs for anyone else.
With all the incessant moaning about Mexican/Hispanic/African-American studies being taught, I have just one question: How do these classes improve the education and skill set of these high school students? Answer: Reading, writing, arithmetic, science, and the ability to speak intelligibly are job skills that employers are looking for. If you want to learn about your ethnic background, talk with your grandparents and go to the library (yes, the libraries are still open !!!) and read a book. Turn off the boob tube, put down your cell phone, stop tweeting, and START LEARNING SOMETHING USEFUL.
We would like to show our support Saturday night for our "drug free" Tucson Padres. These are the athletes who are playing by the rules and deserve our support. Go Padres !!!!
Based upon Mr Grijalva's actions during the past several years, I do not believe that he represents the latino vote. He is a good talker and attempts to pass himself off as a latino defender, but his actions show otherwise --he called for a boycott of Tucson businesses and that cost thousands of latinos their jobs. That is a fact. Did he support those who had come here to better themselves, but then had to leave because he cost them their jobs -- NO he did not. He took no responsibility for his actions and all those who lost their jobs were left out in the cold. I hope we all remember that on election day.
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