Skip to comments.Los Angeles celebrates Mexico with The Grand Bicentennial Parade & Festival
Posted on 09/12/2010 12:20:11 PM PDT by BenLurkin
Plácido Domingo to be honored as this years Grand Marshal
Also participating are: the dog behavioral specialist and best-selling author Cesar Millán, star of his Emmy nominated showDog Whisperer with Cesar Millán, block- buster film actor Danny Trejo, television anchor Gabriela Tessier, living legend Mexican film star and world-class athlete actor Jorge Rivero, film, television, and comedy legend Eduardo Manzano, actor/singer Lorenzo Negrete, grandson of Mexican icon Jorge Negrete, from the South of France, international renowned flamenco guitarist Mario Reyes, The Gipsy Man, Venezuelan Pop Songstress Yesy Milano and Regional Mexican Banda heartthrobs Yolanda Pérez and Cesar Brizuela
Mayor of Los Angeles Antonio Villaraigosa, Juan Marcos Gutiérrez (General Consul of Mexico), Sergio Tinoco (President of Comité Mexicano Cívico Patriótico), José Huizar (Council member 14th District), Gloria Molina (LA County Supervisor), Ed Reyes (Council member 1st District), Abel Maldonado (Lt. Governor of California) and Jerry Brown (Attorney General of California)
Hosting the ceremony will be Community Relations Consul of Mexico, Vanessa Calva, & actor, musician, and comedian, Fernando Arau.
Sunday, September 12, 2010 in Los Angeles
As you can see, our elected officials have betrayed the California (and the U.S.) in favor of Mexico.
Leftist, amnesty, freeloaders from south of the border.
There are tremendous Latinos in our country, just not these Leftist parasites.
I wonder where they got the money to put on this fiasco. “Stimulus?” They need to put one of those Obamanoid “Recovery and Reinvestment” DOT/DNC campaign signs at each end of the parade route. (They probably will).
They sure do “celebrate” Mexico! They leave it far behind and never return except to eat a burrito in their granite lined Belaire casas.
Placido Domingo, who imho, sang circles around Luciano Pavarotti, is spanish, not mexican.
Interesting. Not a single top-tier Mexican artist. Univision has a special on that night at 10 p.m. with some marginally better performers.
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