The United States stealing Aztlán remains a grievous wound with Mexicans, but it’s not as huge an issue for run-of-the-mill Mexis as Know Nothings or Aztlanistas want you to believe.
What’s that saying you gabachos have? Something like, “Fool me once, pendejo eres tú; fool me twice, el pendejo soy yo?” Something like that.
Rather than me prank ustedes, I give you the cruelest joke of all — ex-congressman and eternal Know Nothing Tom Tancredo! For allowing us to debate in Denver last year, I’ve allowed him to answer two questions.
I also despise historical idiots like Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata (his men hung my great-grandfather in front of his family, only because he had the smarts to have his own business and create jobs for their communities).
The U.S. acquired most of the West by force from Mexico, due to the war with Mexico. Agreed the U.S. won the war with Mexico, but did that make it right? Why does Mexico not go to the World Court and sue?
I am a mocha-skinned woman. Puerto Ricans always ask if I am Puerto Rican, Dominicans just start speaking Spanish, Cubans ask if my abuelita made good arroz con leche but Mexicans know I’m black. What gives?
Although we like our leaders light-skinned, we already got our share of a part-gabacho president in Vicente Fox — and he was as pendejo as his American counterpart, Dubya.
In Switzerland they have a law stating that foreign workers could legally come, have families, pay taxes, but could never acquire citizenship. That strikes me as cruel and unpleasant, but at least honest.
These little piles of beads — sometimes piles big enough to have bikes — are obviously memorials to deceased family and friends. My question is this: Why the need to litter the medians or roadsides?
A now-10-year-old church in Denver ministers to (as contemplated by 1 Corinthians 4:11-13) the homeless, the reviled and the persecuted and formally named itself after the actual words in verse 13: the “Scum of the Earth” Church.