National Council of La Raza leader Cecilia Munoz clucks about Americans' "discomfort with Latinos." She and others trivialize such discomfort as arising in a "wave of hate." Munoz seems to feel that enforcing our laws is racist.If there are indeed such things as "Hispanic communities," those communities have provoked our discomfort with their repeated noisy demands that American laws be winked at and that American institutions assimilate to newcomers, especially in the arena of language. They would like us to believe that there is no need to designate English as the official language of the United States because foreigners are speaking English by at least the second generation. However, Munoz rails against making English the nation's official language because she is interested in preserving the Spanish language [as though it is not already well-preserved in almost all of Latin America and Spain].
Mrs. Munoz professes that she is only supporting legal immigration, but she is actually supporting efforts to give amnesty to more than 12 million illegal aliens residing in the
For those who object to the term Mexifornia, consider an article from the Los Angeles Times last summer ("6 + 4 = 1 Tenuous Existence,"
Nearly a decade ago, the sisters fled
Said Alejandra in the article: "What we weren't able to do in many years in
If Mexican immigrants working unskilled jobs leave
[Paraphrased from Paul Nachman, et. al.]