Skip to comments.Diary of a Mad Brown Woman
Posted on 04/30/2008 1:39:23 PM PDT by KatyLoraleyVidales
Congressman Tancredo (R-Colorado) joined Congressman Ortiz in Brownsville on Tuesday for a joint committee meeting regarding the proposed fence building to attempt to curb illegal immigration (amongst other things) in the area.
Not surprisingly, Tancredo was met with a rather cold reception with his known favoritism towards building the fence. It really isnt a border to most of us who live down here said Betty Perez local activist. No need to guess which side shes advocating.
Now, on the not so stereo-typical side, youve got me to give you some insight into uber minority: the endangered Republican Female Mexican American immigrant --- who came to this country legally. Thank you very much. Hold all applause please.
I was born in Juarez Mexico in the state of Chihuahua. I was adopted by my Mexican American parents and brought to this country. They put me on a path to citizenship from the moment I got here; it took fifteen years before I would become an American citizen. I value my citizenship and the rights that go along with that and hold them in the highest regard. It pains me to see people like Ms. Perez who I lived virtually next to for years display their ignorance...
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