Ask a Mexican

Ask a Mexican

There are 20 comments on the River Front Times story from Sep 26, 2012, titled Ask a Mexican. In it, River Front Times reports that:

Dear Mexican: Hey mojado: since when do you think it's okay to fuck up the facts of your wretched culture and concentrate on the few who have done something with their lives? For the most part, Mexicans are perverted, short, dark, little disgusting animals.

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texmex

Ann Arbor, MI

#1 Sep 27, 2012
Proud to be Mexican,wonderful hard working people.Dios Bendiga los Mexicanos.
Si se puede

Bronx, NY

#2 Sep 27, 2012
texmex wrote:
Proud to be Mexican,wonderful hard working people.Dios Bendiga los Mexicanos.
Amen TexMex, God bless America, our President Obama and all Latin America!
Proud to be human and Latina!
Papito

Riverside, CA

#3 Sep 27, 2012
you amigas are rite el prezidente obama will make us all legal.did you too get yor free obama phones yet?
halley

Reno, NV

#4 Sep 27, 2012
texmex wrote:
Proud to be Mexican,wonderful hard working people.Dios Bendiga los Mexicanos.
And most are criminals, drug dealers, gang bangers, sexual predators and murderers and theives. Steal the air you breathe
texmex

Ann Arbor, MI

#5 Sep 28, 2012
halley wrote:
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And most are criminals, drug dealers, gang bangers, sexual predators and murderers and theives. Steal the air you breathe
Its sounds to me your describing most lazy Americans.
sba131

United States

#6 Sep 28, 2012
Then why do older hispanics curse and despise you and do not want you here? Pretend you are intelligent and answer the question. While you are trying to think, pack your trash and go back to motherland.
Mexican Army

Los Angeles, CA

#7 Sep 28, 2012
halley wrote:
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And most are criminals, drug dealers, gang bangers, sexual predators and murderers and theives. Steal the air you breathe
Watch out... we're coming to steal from you since you crackers are so weak.
Mexican Army

Los Angeles, CA

#8 Sep 28, 2012
sba131 wrote:
Then why do older hispanics curse and despise you and do not want you here? Pretend you are intelligent and answer the question. While you are trying to think, pack your trash and go back to motherland.
White people are fun to beat up.
Mexican Army

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Sep 28, 2012
Papito wrote:
you amigas are rite el prezidente obama will make us all legal.did you too get yor free obama phones yet?
I put yours in your culo.
CF6-80C2B

Los Angeles, CA

#11 Sep 28, 2012
Lone Gun wrote:
A few 12 guage pumps on the border may serve as a fine deterant...ya think?
I think that you'll get killed if you go there with a shot gun. Weak people never last long.
sba131

United States

#12 Sep 28, 2012
Mexican Army wrote:
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Watch out... we're coming to steal from you since you crackers are so weak.
Oh really. You come to my neighorhood and you won't leave.
Mexican Army

Los Angeles, CA

#13 Sep 28, 2012
sba131 wrote:
<quoted text>Oh really. You come to my neighorhood and you won't leave.
I'll leave but you'll leave in a body bag.
sba131

United States

#14 Sep 28, 2012
Mexican Army wrote:
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I'll leave but you'll leave in a body bag.
Anytime. You can meet my freinds Glock, Smith and Wesson. Up close and pesonal.
ima

El Paso, TX

#15 Sep 28, 2012
Si se puede wrote:
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Amen TexMex, God bless America, our President Obama and all Latin America!
Proud to be human and Latina!
God bless America and ALL AMERICANS---no MATTER WHAT COLOR or RACE, remember we're in this mess GOOD or BAD...TOGETHER, and we all need to back each other up TO KEEP OUR COUNTRY, the free democratic country WE ALL LOVE....to die for if need be. If one is not willing to fight for and die for our country, WE CAN'T CALL OURSELVES TRUE, PATRIOTIC AMERICANS. We are all enjoying our country BECAUSE MEN AND WOMEN HAVE DIED DEFENDING OUR NATION way before any of us were even born.....they fought that we ourselves keep in thought their fight for freedom always in our hearts, to these brave and honorable men & women it was worth dying for.
Silvia

United States

#16 Sep 28, 2012
I was brought to the US illegally on my mother's 35th birthday. I had just turned 5 a week before and I only remember saying goodbye to everyone, climbing in the van and crying because I was terrified of the strangers. When we arrived, I remember it was really cold. I am now 13 years old and extremely depressed because of my illegal status. I've known my whole life I'm illegal but now that I am 13 and soon entering high school, it has been scaring me that I have 4 years until I have to face the real world and probably have a worse life than I already do. I am not poor but I am not wealthy either. My father is the only one with a stable job but will soon lose it because he license is close to expiring. I love him and I family to death and I am very scared because I don't know what we are going to do without his job. We are not criminals. We've never done anything wrong. I don't believe selling marijuana is a clime. I don't have the best grades but I have ADD and Dyslexia. I speak both English and Spanish but I feel both American and Mexican. Outside, I live the life of a typical Mexican-American teenager but when I go home, I become a Spanish speaking Mexican girl. It doesn't bother me, we will be the majority in this country soon. I don't mean to forget our Mexican roots (which I'm very proud if) but I have become more American. After all, we ARE in America. My dream for now is that America opens her eyes and realizes that this country was built by immigrants and NEEDS them. We are not here to make this country a bad country. We are here for a better life! I don't understand why Americans don't see that. I just pray to God that everything goes well with my family. I love them and have no idea what I would do without them. At times I get angry for either not being smart enough to have me be born here or never coming to this country at all but when I think about it, they made the right decision and we are better off here, even if it means having to be supported by the American taxpayers for a while.
Papito

Riverside, CA

#17 Sep 28, 2012
CF6-80C2B wrote:
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I think that you'll get killed if you go there with a shot gun. Weak people never last long.
yor rite amigo why do you think we all left mexico. call me.
ima

El Paso, TX

#18 Sep 28, 2012
Silvia wrote:
I was brought to the US illegally on my mother's 35th birthday. I had just turned 5 a week before and I only remember saying goodbye to everyone, climbing in the van and crying because I was terrified of the strangers. When we arrived, I remember it was really cold. I am now 13 years old and extremely depressed because of my illegal status. I've known my whole life I'm illegal but now that I am 13 and soon entering high school, it has been scaring me that I have 4 years until I have to face the real world and probably have a worse life than I already do. I am not poor but I am not wealthy either. My father is the only one with a stable job but will soon lose it because he license is close to expiring. I love him and I family to death and I am very scared because I don't know what we are going to do without his job. We are not criminals. We've never done anything wrong. I don't believe selling marijuana is a clime. I don't have the best grades but I have ADD and Dyslexia. I speak both English and Spanish but I feel both American and Mexican. Outside, I live the life of a typical Mexican-American teenager but when I go home, I become a Spanish speaking Mexican girl. It doesn't bother me, we will be the majority in this country soon. I don't mean to forget our Mexican roots (which I'm very proud if) but I have become more American. After all, we ARE in America. My dream for now is that America opens her eyes and realizes that this country was built by immigrants and NEEDS them. We are not here to make this country a bad country. We are here for a better life! I don't understand why Americans don't see that. I just pray to God that everything goes well with my family. I love them and have no idea what I would do without them. At times I get angry for either not being smart enough to have me be born here or never coming to this country at all but when I think about it, they made the right decision and we are better off here, even if it means having to be supported by the American taxpayers for a while.
We're hoping ALL OF YOU GET DEPORTED ASAP, we can't handle anymore illegals AND YOU KNOW IT.... or you wouldn't be on this thread hoping to hear words of encouragement and support. Don't even know how your father has a license being that he is illegal that is unless his license and other documents were provided to him fraudulently. No empathy here, pack your bags and go.
texmex

Ann Arbor, MI

#19 Oct 1, 2012
Silvia wrote:
I was brought to the US illegally on my mother's 35th birthday. I had just turned 5 a week before and I only remember saying goodbye to everyone, climbing in the van and crying because I was terrified of the strangers. When we arrived, I remember it was really cold. I am now 13 years old and extremely depressed because of my illegal status. I've known my whole life I'm illegal but now that I am 13 and soon entering high school, it has been scaring me that I have 4 years until I have to face the real world and probably have a worse life than I already do. I am not poor but I am not wealthy either. My father is the only one with a stable job but will soon lose it because he license is close to expiring. I love him and I family to death and I am very scared because I don't know what we are going to do without his job. We are not criminals. We've never done anything wrong. I don't believe selling marijuana is a clime. I don't have the best grades but I have ADD and Dyslexia. I speak both English and Spanish but I feel both American and Mexican. Outside, I live the life of a typical Mexican-American teenager but when I go home, I become a Spanish speaking Mexican girl. It doesn't bother me, we will be the majority in this country soon. I don't mean to forget our Mexican roots (which I'm very proud if) but I have become more American. After all, we ARE in America. My dream for now is that America opens her eyes and realizes that this country was built by immigrants and NEEDS them. We are not here to make this country a bad country. We are here for a better life! I don't understand why Americans don't see that. I just pray to God that everything goes well with my family. I love them and have no idea what I would do without them. At times I get angry for either not being smart enough to have me be born here or never coming to this country at all but when I think about it, they made the right decision and we are better off here, even if it means having to be supported by the American taxpayers for a while.
Hola Silvia mira mija first love yourself for what you are a proud mexican bonita nina,don't feel down about yourself,learn the true history we as Mexicans always been here and will always be here.we are the true Americanos.besides in the great spirits eyes we are all his children no matter what color or back grown where from.My children are born here and their father is mexican I tell then to not be ashame to speak spanish.nothing wrong with learning to speak other languges.check out this web site www.mexica-movement.org dios te bendiga hija.
Papito

Riverside, CA

#20 Oct 1, 2012
texmex wrote:
<quoted text>Hola Silvia mira mija first love yourself for what you are a proud mexican bonita nina,don't feel down about yourself,learn the true history we as Mexicans always been here and will always be here.we are the true Americanos.besides in the great spirits eyes we are all his children no matter what color or back grown where from.My children are born here and their father is mexican I tell then to not be ashame to speak spanish.nothing wrong with learning to speak other languges.check out this web site www.mexica-movement.org dios te bendiga hija.
hears a better site to look at. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/09/images-... we shoold be proud. call me
texmex

Ann Arbor, MI

#21 Oct 1, 2012
Papito wrote:
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hears a better site to look at. http://www.borderlandbeat.com/2011/09/images-... we shoold be proud. call me
Thanks to the U.S. fast and the furious for sending guns over their.

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