Ecuadoreans to celebrate independence...

Ecuadoreans to celebrate independence from Spain

There are 78 comments on the NewsTimes.com story from Aug 9, 2008, titled Ecuadoreans to celebrate independence from Spain. In it, NewsTimes.com reports that:

Eat some hornado -- or guatita. Enjoy the music of Jayac or Pueblo Nuevo. The Danbury area's large Ecuadorean population will celebrate its native country's independence day with a flag-raising at City Hall ...

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S A T A N

New Milford, CT

#1 Aug 9, 2008
yeah, go ahead and celebrate independance from spain, your countrty turned out so good. it turned out so good you had to sneak into america for a better life.
wwjd

Windsor, CT

#3 Aug 9, 2008
how about declaring independence from danbury?
Yoda

Burlington, VT

#4 Aug 9, 2008
Kinda like us celebrating Independence Day in New Zealand,it is good idea it is.
fopdan

Colchester, CT

#5 Aug 9, 2008
Go back there to have your party.
ICE is NICE

United States

#6 Aug 9, 2008
There should be lots of ICE at the party!
Curious

United States

#7 Aug 9, 2008
Why did they raise their flag at City Hall versus raising it and celebrating it at their own Civic Center?
EcuaDORKS

AOL

#8 Aug 9, 2008
It will be safe to go downtown Danbury today.
Kennedy Park will be just a park again, few illegal aliens loitering and urinating.
There will peace and quiet in the neighborhoods with no loud volleyball games and bad music.

All this will end sadly when the celebration is over at Ives Park, there will be thousands of drunk driving illegal aliens, putting all citizens at risk, again. They will return to the residences they illegally live in, and continue their loud drunken partying late into the night, then drive away even more drunk.

ICE should drop a huge net over Ives Park today.
Danbury will be much better!
Curious

United States

#9 Aug 9, 2008
Is this why Boughton left the country?

:)
ICE is NICE

United States

#10 Aug 9, 2008
Curious wrote:
Is this why Boughton left the country?
:)
Perfect timing for a RAID!
lol
S A T A N

New Milford, CT

#11 Aug 9, 2008
Curious wrote:
Why did they raise their flag at City Hall versus raising it and celebrating it at their own Civic Center?

because they have successfully taken over danbury.
ellenlynn

Boston, MA

#12 Aug 9, 2008
Hey, why don't I see these comments when it's Irish Festical time or Italian Festival time? I'm serious--go on over and get some GREAT food and meet your neighbors. They are wonderfuls folks--just like the Irish, Italians, Germans, and Polish; and most are AMERICANS or soon will be.
ellenlynn

Boston, MA

#13 Aug 9, 2008
Please excuse my typos.
ICE is NICE

United States

#14 Aug 9, 2008
ellenlynn wrote:
Hey, why don't I see these comments when it's Irish Festical time or Italian Festival time? I'm serious--go on over and get some GREAT food and meet your neighbors. They are wonderfuls folks--just like the Irish, Italians, Germans, and Polish; and most are AMERICANS or soon will be.
Umm because most of the groups you mentioned are here LEGALLY.

Danbury is full of illegal ecuadoreans, who thumb their noses at our laws and disrespect all Americans and steal from America.
They are NOT welcome here if they are illegal.
Period.
AnAmerican

Weston, CT

#15 Aug 9, 2008
I sure hope it's an American flag they are raising, if they want to raise Ecuadorian flags they can do so in Ecuador.

They run away from their own country because of the pitiful conditions that their own parents created, they should learn to leave it behind.

My great-grandparents were immigrants, but guess what - they accepted and embraced the US, they learned the language, they became Americans - eagerly, not like these stinking skanks we have to live with.
Next ICE Age

United States

#16 Aug 9, 2008
My old neighbors were Ecuadorian. They worked very hard building two illegal apartments, a deck and garage with no permit and repaired unregistered cars right out on the street. At night, they would drive drunk, sideswipe parked cars and then hide. Many Ecuadorians here in Danbury don't care about laws or anyone other than themselves. I suspect that Spain was glad to get rid of them.
latino_gringo

Mosca, CO

#17 Aug 9, 2008
Funny the comments about going back home to Ecuador! We are ALL Immigrants and killed and robbed ALL Native American's of their homeland!

We should ALL leave the US and go back to where we ALL came from!

Most if not all Ecuadoreans are legal and pay takes and work jobs most of you would never do!!! And they speak Spanish and English!!
half baked

New Milford, CT

#18 Aug 9, 2008
latino_gringo wrote:
Funny the comments about going back home to Ecuador! We are ALL Immigrants and killed and robbed ALL Native American's of their homeland!
We should ALL leave the US and go back to where we ALL came from!
Most if not all Ecuadoreans are legal and pay takes and work jobs most of you would never do!!! And they speak Spanish and English!!
nobody robbed the indians of their homeland. in fact , the dutch paid $24.00 for manhattan.
midge

Brewster, NY

#20 Aug 9, 2008
Shouldn't this be celebrated IN ecuador? If they love their eduador so much what are they doing here?
CJJC

Shelton, CT

#21 Aug 9, 2008
midge wrote:
Shouldn't this be celebrated IN ecuador? If they love their eduador so much what are they doing here?
what a stupid comment you made here -- if that was the case then we should say the same about the Greeks, Italians, and the Irish & many other cultures that live HERE and celebrate their independence in THIS country !!
Non Compos Mentis

New Milford, CT

#23 Aug 9, 2008
in danbury, it's more like celebrating independence from ecuador

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