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I don't think they were called Chicanos back then. I do like this concept of not forcing cultural decisions on to others. Does this mean we can get rid of all of this bilingual bi-cultural nonsense?
1 posted on 12/14/2012 8:58:05 PM PST by artichokegrower
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To: artichokegrower

People in Missouri could name their school “Jesse James High School”.


2 posted on 12/14/2012 9:02:34 PM PST by yarddog (One shot one miss.)
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I wonder if this guy is the same one that changed my Elementary school from Sanborn Elementary to Jessee G. Sanchez, I couldn't believe they changed the name, it is offensive.
3 posted on 12/14/2012 9:56:02 PM PST by ThisLittleLightofMine
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“There were more Chicanos lynched in the 1860s in California than blacks in the south,” Ramirez said.

#1 - There was no such critter as a "Chicano" at that period of time.
#2 - You are admitting that Mescans were causing societal trouble back then just as today.

Mebbe you need to re-think your self-induced feelings of persecution and victim-hood Mr. Ramirez?

4 posted on 12/15/2012 1:53:02 AM PST by Tainan (Cogito, ergo conservatus sum -- "The Taliban is inside the building")
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