Marcelo Lucero's family hosts Mass at...

Marcelo Lucero's family hosts Mass at home he helped build

There are 22 comments on the Newsday story from Nov 16, 2008, titled Marcelo Lucero's family hosts Mass at home he helped build. In it, Newsday reports that:

Close to 300 people gathered for a Mass on the cobblestone street in front of the house Marcelo Lucero built for his mother and was promising to move to after 15 years away from his homeland.

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Tooltime

Jersey City, NJ

#21 Nov 21, 2008
Why can't we all get along!!! Peace man!!! Ah the hell with that, come here leagelly or get out. I did, and it was a pain in the ass and cost a crap load of money!! The truth is sad, if he was where he should have been it would not have been a problem and he would still be alive. I am by no means making excuses for the white trash punks. They should be killed themselves, even brought to ecuador and have it done. But had, he come here legally a few thing would be different.

1. He would not be hiding in the shadows of a crappy towns like Brentwood, Islip, or Patchogue.

2. As a legal IMMIGRANT maybe he would have the PRIDE I feel for the US, which Ecuador never gave me.

3. Taking some classes here and recieved a better Education, like I had and not been roaming around on the streets, probably up to no good as well.

Anyway, as a US Citizen I did not vote for Obama, but he is my President and I will support him. Just please no amnesty, deportation first!!
StrongIGuy

Poughkeepsie, NY

#22 Dec 6, 2008
Illegal immigrants are oh so classy hitting on girls 20+ years younger than them, living like hoodlums in the streets past midnight and transforming some of the nicest towns in the nation into ghetto eye sores. Now that's classy! This news story is just another one of those cases where a minority is injured or killed and all of a sudden it's a national story. Had the kids killed a white person, would we even know it happened? Probably not, or at least there would be much less attention. Sure it's sad, and killing is obviously wrong, but guess what? He was illegal...think of it this way, had he lived accordingly with laws, he would be alive right now. I don't care what the reason is, or how desperate the people are- breaking the law is breaking the law from any angle. Oh please officer, don't give me a ticket...feel bad for me, because -insert excuse here-. Sorry, the law is the law...now come here legally, or go home. Wah wah. If you listen closely, you can here the WAHHHHHHmbulance. It's hard to garner sympathy for people who are criminals and tear our culture apart. How can you not see that?

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