Saturday, May 8, 2010

Show your Disagreement with AZ's SB1070 - Get your FREE Bumper Stickers! Boycott Arizona!


SHOW YOUR DISAGREEMENT with SB1070. Get your FREE Bumper Stickers here! BOYCOTT ARIZONA!!! BOYCOTT RACIAL PROFILING!!!

8 comments:

I Travel for JOOLS said...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yGqPo5ofk0s

just listen to it.

Dee said...

So what Jools. Of course people are angry. Arizona is enacting a racial profiling bill that makes ALL Latinos 2nd class citizens. The boot is now on the THROAT of Latinos and EVERYONE recognizes it. And we have all the ANTIs siding up with one another saying, "SO WHAT. YOU FIT THE PROFILE. DEAL WITH IT." And we have arpaio and his masked goons laughing on TV rubbing his hands together drooling at the fact he will be able to come on even stronger. Flaunting even more "suppression sweeps" and doing it on camera. Then we have the local cops doing what some are calling staged attacks to get on TV and promote the Racial Profiling bill. And what do you do about it? People like you and Ultima and other ANTIs say "Deal with racial profiling. You fit the profile." Then, to top it off, you have Arpaio and JD Hayworths and other RACIST Buffoons going on Fox and saying, "The majority of Latinos AGREE with the Racial Profiling Bill."

Do you think we are ALL stupid? We are 50M Latino Citizens in this country saying WE WILL NOT BE RACIALLY PROFILED and WE WILL NOT BE 2nd CLASS CITIZENS. This BILL is racial profiling and regardless of ALL YOUR RHETORIC AND LIES, WE DON'T LIKE IT.

WE are willing to do a PEACEFUL CIVIL BOYCOTT to get you all to GET YOUR FOOT OFF OF OUR NECKS!!!

THE PRESIDENT is WITH US!
We NEED Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

And 1.5M people have JOINED: 1 MILLION Strong AGAINST the Arizona Immigration Law SB1070

READ MY LIPS HERE: 50M AMERICAN CITIZEN LATINOS DO NOT LIKE THE RACIAL PROFILING BILL IN ARIZONA.

IF SOME PEOPLE GET ANGRY AND SAY THEY ARE AGAINST CAPITALISM AND IMPERIALISM AND HE DOES IT IN A PEACEFUL WAY, HE IS WITHIN HIS 1ST AMMENDMENT RIGHTS TO SAY SO!!

DEAL WITH IT!!

Dee said...

So what Jools. Of course people are angry. Arizona is enacting a racial profiling bill that makes ALL Latinos 2nd class citizens. The boot is now on the THROAT of Latinos and EVERYONE recognizes it. And we have all the ANTIs siding up with one another saying, "SO WHAT. YOU FIT THE PROFILE. DEAL WITH IT." And we have arpaio and his masked goons laughing on TV rubbing his hands together drooling at the fact he will be able to come on even stronger. Flaunting even more "suppression sweeps" and doing it on camera. Then we have the local cops doing what some are calling staged attacks to get on TV and promote the Racial Profiling bill. And what do you do about it? People like you and Ultima and other ANTIs say "Deal with racial profiling. You fit the profile." Then, to top it off, you have Arpaio and JD Hayworths and other RACIST Buffoons going on Fox and saying, "The majority of Latinos AGREE with the Racial Profiling Bill."

Do you think we are ALL stupid? We are 50M Latino Citizens in this country saying WE WILL NOT BE RACIALLY PROFILED and WE WILL NOT BE 2nd CLASS CITIZENS. This BILL is racial profiling and regardless of ALL YOUR RHETORIC AND LIES, WE DON'T LIKE IT.

WE are willing to do a PEACEFUL CIVIL BOYCOTT to get you all to GET YOUR FOOT OFF OF OUR NECKS!!!

THE PRESIDENT is WITH US!
We NEED Comprehensive Immigration Reform.

And 1.5M people have JOINED: 1 MILLION Strong AGAINST the Arizona Immigration Law SB1070

READ MY LIPS HERE: 50M AMERICAN CITIZEN LATINOS DO NOT LIKE THE RACIAL PROFILING BILL IN ARIZONA.

IF SOME PEOPLE GET ANGRY AND SAY THEY ARE AGAINST CAPITALISM AND IMPERIALISM AND HE DOES IT IN A PEACEFUL WAY, HE IS WITHIN HIS 1ST AMMENDMENT RIGHTS TO SAY SO!!

DEAL WITH IT!!

Dee said...

HERE IT AGAIN:

WE LATINO CITIZENS, ALL 50M OF US, REFUSE TO BE 2ND CLASS CITIZENS. WE BELIEVE IN THE CONSTITUTION AND THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE. WE ARE EQUAL!! EQUAL!!!

STOP APARTHEID IN ARIZONA!!

BOYCOTT ARIZONA!!

BOYCOTT ARIZONA!!

BOYCOTT ARIZONA!!

Dee said...

AND LET ME GET THIS ABSOLUTELY CLEAR:

ON FACEBOOK: 1.5M people (AND GROWING FAST) have JOINED: 1 MILLION Strong AGAINST the Arizona Immigration Law SB1070

AND THIS PAGE HAS ONLY BEEN OUT 1 WEEK!!

Dee said...

I think the number on the Facebook page will grow MUCH MUCH larger! My husband joined. My sons and their families joined.

Many people of ALL races are joining. Perhaps WE can have enough people join that the media will REPORT ON IT vs the BOGUS polls they continue to spew with FALSE info.

Dee said...

One more comment, just so I am perfectly clear here. I promote CIVIL Boycotts to say I disagree with the evil Racial Profiling bill. So do most American Lation citizens. We oppose the bill and support peaceful Boycotts.

However, in America, we can VOICE our disagreements, as per the 1st Ammendment. This young man voiced his disagreement and he voiced the enemy as Imperialism, that is, Big Business EXPLOITING WORKERS. We've seen this Exploitation in many forms, including low wages, indentured servitude, unsafe working conditions, injury, death, all with the employers going unpunished and often in partnership with public officials. We have seen and witnessed the exploitation of people particularly with NAFTA, CAFTA. What I am hearing him saying is these issues must be spoken, out loud, for all to hear, addressed before Congress, in court, so this exploitation and wrongdoing can be stopped. He used flowery language, but this is what he was saying.

Vicente Duque said...

New York Times Magazine : First Hispanic President of the USA ?? - First San Antonio mayor ( age 35 ) to be grand marshal when he marched in the annual gay rights parade : Julian Castro on Obama's Radar

The Post-Hispanic Hispanic Politician
By ZEV CHAFETS
May 3, 2010


http://www.nytimes.com/2010/05/09/magazine/09Mayor-t.html?ref=magazine


Excerpts :

In early December, Julián Castro, the newly elected mayor of San Antonio, visited the White House to attend President Obama’s national jobs-and-economic-growth forum. Castro was one of only five mayors in attendance and, at 35, the youngest. When his turn came to speak — the subject was the creation of green jobs — the president looked at him, midway down the long conference table, and said: “I thought he was on our staff. I thought he was an intern. This guy’s a mayor?” The other participants — world-famous economists, environmentalists and politicians — burst into laughter.

“Of San Antonio, Tex.,” Castro said evenly.

Obama grinned. “I’m messing with you,” he said. “I know who you are.”

Castro was neither flustered nor flattered by the president’s bantering familiarity. Of course Obama knew who he was — gate-crashers might make it into White House social events, but they don’t get to the table of high-level West Wing policy meetings led by the president himself. Castro smiled politely at Obama’s jest and then proceeded to the business at hand, delivering prepared remarks about employment and the energy market in San Antonio. He is cerebral, serious, self-contained and highly efficient. If he were an energy source, he’d be zero-emission. A video of the event shows the president listening intently to Castro’s presentation and nodding occasionally, Harvard Law ’91 silently encouraging Harvard Law ’00.

A few days before the meeting, Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood visited San Antonio and told the mayor that he was “on the radar in Washington.” The morning of the meeting, Castro was included in a small working breakfast hosted by Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner; Valerie Jarrett, one of the president’s closest advisers, was there, too. Castro was being noticed and auditioned. It had been about a dozen years since another brilliant young man from San Antonio, Henry Cisneros, regarded by many as the emerging national leader of the Hispanic wing of the Democratic Party, lost his political future in a sex-and-money scandal. Cisneros’s implosion left an opening. For a while, Bill Richardson, the governor of New Mexico, and Antonio Villaraigosa, the mayor of Los Angeles, were Great Hispanic Hopes, but scandals eventually knocked them out of contention too.

A lot of very smart people, not all of them in Texas, see Julián Castro as the favorite to fill the leadership void. “Julián really stands out,” says Raúl Hinojosa-Ojeda, an associate professor of Chicano and global studies at U.C.L.A. “There are other talented young Hispanic politicians around, but few have his stature or national potential. He’s from San Antonio, but he’s very much admired in California. He’s like Obama — one of us, but someone who also comes out of a broader American experience.”
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Like a large plurality of his fellow San Antonians, Castro is a Roman Catholic, but he was the first San Antonio mayor to be grand marshal when he marched in the annual gay rights parade, and he is pro-choice. “We disagree on this, the pope and I,” he says with a smile.

Nothing seems to ruffle him. Recently, after Arizona passed its tough immigration law, most Hispanic politicians reacted with fury. Some even compared the decision to apartheid. Castro, through a spokesman, phrased his own opposition to the decision in characteristically understated and inclusive language, saying, in part: “Texas has long been an example of how two neighboring countries can co-exist in a mutually beneficial way for the American economy. A law like Arizona’s would fly in the face of that history.”

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