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    SOB Waa Racial slur shocks Latinos in Hawaii

    Racial Slur Shocks Latinos in Hawaii

    La Prensa San Diego, News Report, Daniel Muñoz, Posted: Jun 25, 2008

    HONOLULU -- “Wetback,
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    [quote]We extend our support for your declaration that you will ‘not tolerate any politician who facilitates or causes a Hawaii ethnic group to become the target of bigotry, racism or just plain prejudice.’
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    Hawaii has a miniscule illegal alien population numerically and per centage wise. Despite his use of the term R**********R he has a real issue. The cost of living is high and there is plenty of unemployment and of poverty there. There are also contractors who do not want to compete against immigration law violators. Before a dismissal of Rod Tam it would be good to make sure that the underlying problem is addressed. The best way for Hispanics to fight the polarization is by not giving the illegal aliens support.
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    sorry

    sorry, I'm missing something....what does R**********R mean?

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    Re: sorry

    Quote Originally Posted by jonhaloi
    sorry, I'm missing something....what does R**********R mean?
    It's computer generated filtering for a term that indicates a person's obverse has been in the Rio Grande.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Richard
    The best way for Hispanics to fight the polarization is by not giving the illegal aliens support.
    Richard,

    You hit the nail on the head with this statement.

    I believe the support the IA's are getting from Hispanic groups is what angers Americans most because it shows a flagrant disregard for our sovereignty and our laws.

    How many times have any of us read about La Raza,LULAC,MALDEF or other Hispanic groups raising hell about Reconquistas and other Hispanics making racial or hateful remarks against white or black Americans ? Zero,Nada !!!!

    BTW how did these IA's get to Hawaii ?They must have been helped by someone,maybe the builders ?
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    The contractors in Hawaii are often subsidiaries of companies also active on the West Coast. My famiy includes a contractor whose headquarters are located in central Washington but who have been active on Maui for fifty years. A lot of them are Californian. It is more likely the ilegal aliens were hired in California than in Hawaii or in Mexico.
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    Hawaii Hispanic News
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    There are over 100,000 Hispanics is Hawaii.* We are represent roughly 9% of the state's population.* And starting May 1, 2008, we are going to have our own -- and only -- Hispanic newspaper*


    The Hawaii Hispanic News (HHN) is returning*just in time for Cinco De Mayo!* The pur-pose of the 16-page monthly newspaper is to “educate, elevate and advocate for
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    The best way for Hispanics to fight the polarization is by not giving the illegal aliens support.
    Exactly right. It's not hard to tell the difference between breaking the law and color. We didn't just write these laws to target hispanics. They've been here all along. For everyone....yet they act like they were just instituted against them.
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    [quote]Marie Villa, editor of the Hawaii Hispanic News, was at first dumbfounded and then offended by the use of the word. Ms. Villa had thought that her island home was above this type of public racism. According to Villa, “Hawaii is home to about 100,000 Hispanics from Puerto Rican to Mexican,
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