Yet underneath the boisterous immigration debate, Painesville may offer some solutions.
Old and young, whites, blacks and Hispanics say they peacefully co-exist in Painesville.
They don't see Hispanics as a group, rather as individuals.
As neighbors, they have a common objective: thriving in the same community.
If Painesville can achieve this harmony, so can America as a whole.
What is the point of this opinion piece?
That hispanics get along with others?
Of course they do,good hispanic citizens and legal residence are not a problem in the U.S.A.
It's the reconquistas,the ones who believe this is thier land and they will take it from citizens that most americans have a problem with.
Confusing the issue is getting as old as the race card.