Vibrant Hispanic community sees political clout in future
Shoppers greet each other in Spanish as they maneuver past colorful storefronts along Federal Street in East Camden.
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“Home In Georgia Now”
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The "City of Gold" in Georgia
#1 Sep 21, 2008
"They feel like they have found a place where they are not persecuted," explained Zoraida Gonzalez Torres, a volunteer for Camden Churches Organized for People. "Camden allows them to grow. They can celebrate Cinco de Mayo. They can celebrate Independence Day in September. They have a big park in Cramer Hill to play soccer. They have been given a place."
Celebrate Independence Day in September?? I rest my case. These invaders have no damn intention of becoming true Americans. They want to cling to their home countries, celebrate those holidays, speak their language.
They feel safe?? If they are an "ILLEGAL ALIENS" they should live with fear on each breath they take. They should not have one moments peace and happiness. They do not deserve it. I hope there is a big "ICE STORM" in their future,and I do not mean weather wise.
#2 Sep 21, 2008
I'm waiting for the new Immigration Court to open here and it should be soon! Last week in what's called Omaha's Little Mexico, a Hispanic was busted for running an illegal CD business. The merchandize was bootlegged.......another one just trying to make an "honest" living. Right! The entire South Omaha area looks like Tijuana.
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