An Ol’ Broad’s Ramblings

May 2, 2007

Anti Illegal Hispanics

Filed under: Illegals — olbroad @ 8:41

Why do we never hear about Hispanics who come to this country legally, who do NOT believe that it’s ok for other Hispanics to break the law of the land?

There is such a group, and they deserve to be heard!

You Don’t Speak For Me!

You Don’t Speak for Me formed when Col. Al Rodriguez became fed up watching media coverage of the mass protests of April. “Their leaders were saying it was a march for immigrant rights and a Latino/Hispanic movement,” says Rodriguez. “I thought to myself, ‘Hey, those are illegal aliens, not immigrants!'” Col. Rodriguez began speaking out to others saying, “I’m of Hispanic ancestry and those people are acting like they speak for me. Well, you don’t speak for me!”

Not all Hispanics are illegal. Not all illegals are Hispanic.



  1. Wouldn’t it be awesome to see the GOP make a real effort to break through the Left’s identity-politics propaganda? I’m picturing a multi-faceted PR campaign: JC Watts, Michael Steele, etc against affirmative action; Michelle Malkin & Kay Bailey Hutchinson (and Ann, of course) against a “woman’s right to choose;” teen groups for amnesty, the courageous folks at supporting the War on Terror, and the above folks against amnesty.

    ‘Course, for that we’d need an RNC that doesn’t wring its hands every time some college kids play “Catch the Illegal Alien”….

    Comment by Calvin — May 2, 2007 @ 8:49

  2. Edit: teen groups for ABSTINENCE, not amnesty. Sorry!

    Oh, and since we’re dreaming anyway, how about teachers against public-school bureaucrats?

    Comment by Calvin — May 2, 2007 @ 8:51

  3. Does your mom know you’ve been hitting the pipe? LMAO Sorry, couldn’t resist.

    Right now, I see the GOP caving, and I’m not liking it.

    Comment by olbroad — May 2, 2007 @ 9:07

  4. Not all Arabs are terrorists, and not all terrorists are Arabs, same analogy, but in both cases, Hispanics and Arabs, until the upstanding and LEGAL of both groups stand up and speak out, it’s really hard to differentiate between the groups…

    I wish there was a much better line of communication, but the ball is in their court…

    Comment by TexasFred — May 2, 2007 @ 9:16

  5. Yeah, I guess one would have to be high to expect actual proactiveness out of the establishment. But like I said – dreaming.

    Comment by Calvin — May 2, 2007 @ 9:19

  6. Nope, not all Arab’s are terrorists. Some are even Christian, who are terrorized by the terrorists. :/

    We’ve got a young lady in this area of Wisconsin who is doing her best to counter the horse manure the Dhimmis are spewing. I saw her tear a dihard Dem activist a new one…in Spanish. It was quite a sight.

    Comment by olbroad — May 3, 2007 @ 8:45

  7. Hey Cal, we can hope, right? Gotta keep fighting the good fight!

    Comment by olbroad — May 3, 2007 @ 8:46

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