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'Cinco de Mayo: The Battle' Channels the Spirit of Mexican Cinema's Rise

There are 1 comment on the OC Weekly story from May 2, 2013, titled 'Cinco de Mayo: The Battle' Channels the Spirit of Mexican Cinema's Rise. In it, OC Weekly reports that:

Sunday is Cinco de Mayo, and all of Orange County will engage in some type of Mexican mocking, whether trying to seduce some MILF at Javier's, getting shitfaced on discounted Coronas in HB, buying overpriced tortas at the festivals in Anaheim and Santa Ana, or wearing massive sombreros just for the hell of it - no one giving a damn about the actual ... (more)

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David Mejia

Tustin, CA

#1 May 7, 2013
Who cares about the Cinco de Mayo? This Mexican holiday celebrated in California for illegals should not be allowed on our public streets.
Are taxpayers paying for police and cleanup of these events?

The only holiday that should be celebrate is the Fourth of July, after all this is the United States.

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