Santa Ana council backs Vietnamese Am...

Santa Ana council backs Vietnamese Americans

There are 1 comment on the The Wave story from Nov 20, 2012, titled Santa Ana council backs Vietnamese Americans. In it, The Wave reports that:

SANTA ANA Draping themselves in the colors and flag revered as symbols of freedom among the immigrants of Little Saigon, Santa Ana council members unanimously supported the idea of a resolution aimed at discouraging official visits to the city from communist Vietnam.

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Rich Soto

Tustin, CA

#1 Nov 21, 2012
When well the council introduce a resolution condemning the invasion of illegal immigrants from the narco-state of Mexico? The thousands of illegals who live in Santa Ana are costing taxpayers millions of dollars in police and other city services expenses. Why hasn't the city council who has embraced the Vietnamese demands , not taken action against the corrupt government of Mexico who allows Mexico to be used as a corridor to smuggle illegal aliens from third world countries into the U.S.A.? Citizens have a right to know what's behind the city's double standard.

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