There are three columnists in the Lodi News-Sentinel I always read.
Joe Guzzardi is one of them. I consider Mr. Guzzardi the quintessential American.
Julio Hernandez and Rosa Maria Casillas, and other teachers with their convoluted agendas, are foreign to our Constitution and culture. I have a strong anathema to their agendas and they are the reason I vote against any money for the schools.
Why should any Americans pay to have their country and culture destroyed?
With hidden agendas like MEChA, which supports "la reconquista" of Aztlan - the American Southwest.
If this isn't sedition, I don't know what is. I think these teachers should be fired, stripped of their American citizenship and returned to Mexico.
Isn't the group in Sacramento corrupt enough for you? Mexico is one of the most corrupt governments in the world and I don't think Mexico's current president, Vicente Fox, is any different, sending all of his sick, unemployed and criminals to America.
I'll bet Hernandez and Casillas know old history. For more than 1,000 years, mass immigration has destroyed countries and cultures. Is MEChA any different? Currently, these people cost taxpayers billions of dollars a year in medical care, food stamps, schooling, and legal fees as a result of murder, rape, theft, drugs, etc.
The Ford Foundation gave large amounts of money to these organizations and to the extreme left-wing lawyers to defend them.
A little American history: In the 1700s, there were 35 languages spoken in New York City. They took a vote and English won out over German by one vote. These people were in a melting pot and they created the American culture that millions have joined and not to destroy. We just celebrated those who gave their lives to defend that culture and the Constitution.
Mr. Guzzardi told you his agenda and listed eight reasons on how to be an American. So why don't Hernandez and Casillas list their agenda and how to be a good American?
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