The Ghost of Snapped Shot

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Pro-Immigrant Free-Rights Supporters Assaulted By Tea-Partiers and Hashish. OK, Maybe Not So Much Tea-Partiers

I was going to do this whole spiel and analyze this piece denoting the differences in attitudes, behaviors, respect, love and love-of-country people have in the two groups we have represented here.  One the one hand, you have the anti-law, pro-illegal border-running crowds that want to stick it to the rich white man for all the ills he has inflicted upon Mexico while on the other hand you have pro-American, law-abiding, tax-paying, peaceful Minutemen and Tea Partiers. 

Which group do you think is painted as the hate group?  Let's find out.

Tens of thousands of people across the Bay Area turned out in protest of Arizona's tough new immigration law. The demonstrations went on all day and some stretched into the night.

In San Jose, thousands of marchers headed to an evening rally at city hall. In San Francisco, a separate demonstration wrapped up in the afternoon, but not without a bit of trouble.

Three people were attacked and at least two others were arrested. The people assaulted were part of the Minutemen demonstration, a group in favor of Arizona's new immigration law.

They said a large group of immigrants' rights supporters followed them to the BART station on Market Street and started punching and kicking them, and calling them names.

"They said we were racists, and we were against them, and against their town, and against San Francisco," said Parker Wilson with the Bay Area National Anarchists. "What they were saying, they said we need to get out and called us racists, and that we need to go home. And then they just attacked my friends and me."

Oh. Wait.  What?  Hang up and hold on a minute.  The lefty pro-illegal border runner crowd beat up the lefty pro-revolution anti-law crowd?  How messed up do you have to be to attack your own people in order to push your viewpoint?

It was the focus of this May Day, commonly known as "International Workers Day.

Which is Commie Leftist Pro-Socialistic at its very heart.  Nothing like America.  So, if you participate in these marches, you hate America and LOVE Socialism... like in USSR and China.

"We hope with this march they hear us and get something done," Ramon Hernandez with Liuna Local told ABC7.

Ok.  Now I am really confused.  A local union is there protesting with the anti-American pro-Socialst illegal loving crowd?  Oh.... guess that does fit.  Nevermind.

Francisco Perez is in the U.S. illegally and worries that Arizona's law could spread to California.

"I think it should stop completely," he said.

Well Go Figure!!  But I do find it rather strange that unions would be for illegal entrants in to this nation competing for their high paying secure jobs.  The Trucker's Unions sure don't like 'em.

But, what of the other side of the coin?  Where are those viscious zealots of hatred and anger and violence and ....

As hundreds of people marched through the Mission with their message, a group of Minutemen waited for them at Civic Center Plaza with different message.

At the height of the march in San Jose, the stream of people stretched for nearly ten blocks. Most of them were demanding that President Obama tackle immigration reform immediately.

The Minutemen were dramatically out numbered. Police had to move their opponents back and tighten security. The Minutemen let their signs do the talking.

hundreds...  HUNDREDSSSssss.  of people stretched for 10 blocks.  Is that like 10 people per block, or something?  Guess there was safety in numbers then, or something, against the rabid venomous minutemen militia party.  Glad the police were there to derail the rising sign violence.

What of these people that marched?  What kind of peaceful intellectuals were they?

"I think yeah, it helped a lot," said Karina Gudino. "Every year, people come but this year, even more I think, because of the Arizona law. They're all against it because it's really a racist law."

"It's just really stupid, what is happening," Vicky Delarenal said. "I think this country is made of immigrants and I think again, we just need to keep fighting for this. That's why I'm here, just to support the people."

In the East Bay, demonstrators at a May Day rally near the Fruitvale BART station said this year's event took on added significance because of the new Arizona law.

"We feel it's going to be racist and discriminatory to the immigrant population, particularly to the Latino population, but actually for all immigrants, because the undocumented population in this country comes from all over the globe," said protestor Lillian Galedo.

When I think yeah to myself, I know that my feelings are racist because of people who ACT a certain way.  People breaking laws are a race like being white.  I can't help being white like these illegal border runners can't help being illegal border runners.  It's in their genes.  It's what they do.  It's who they are, man!  Yeah.  That law is really a race based law because all it does is stop these illegal border runners.  It makes no distinction for the color of their skin or where they were born.  You know, yeah, like things they could have a choice in.  So I think yeah, this is a racist law or discriminatory or something.

Because when you make a law that makes doing something based on race now illegal, yeah, that is racist.  And.  Discriminatory like.  I mean, even especially for the LATINOS who just don't have the documentation to prove they belong here legally.  I mean, yeah, they come from all over.  So.  That explains it.  Its racist.  See?!


parting shot.... very last parapgraph:

People who oppose what is happening in Arizona are angry and loud, but they are in the minority. Polls show the majority of people in America support Arizona's new law.

If these people are the minority and only comprise several hundreds, then why make it seem a much larger story?  And how about getting the MAJORITY'S viewpoint in this?  How about getting the real story of the illegal border runner's impacts upon our society?

(I guess I kind-a did do a long-ish piece after all, didn't I?)


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