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    Vandals Target Farmers Branch Mayor’s House

    http://cbs11tv.com/politics/local_story_308223141.html

    Nov 4, 2006 9:31 pm US/Central

    Note: There is also a VIDEO at the above link.

    Vandals Target Farmers Branch Mayor’s House

    ‘English Only’ Debate May Have Sparked ‘Viva Mexico’ Message
    (CBS 11 News) Vandalism hit close to home this weekend for Farmers Branch Mayor Bob Phelps.

    As CBS 11 first reported at 6 p.m. Saturday, the mayor discovered Friday morning vandals had spray painted “viva Mexico” on the side of his house.

    By Saturday afternoon, the bright red letters had been blasted off with a high pressure wash, but some say the damage to community may be harder to fix.

    “This is what happens when a community is filled with clash and conflict,” Carlos Quintanilla, with the Farmers Branch LULAC, said.

    The controversy stems from a city proposal to make English the official language in the city.

    In addition, the proposition --- introduced by Councilman Tim O'Hare in August --- would make it illegal in Farmers Branch for businesses to hire, and for apartment complexes to lease to, illegal immigrants. Those caught would face fines.

    “It’s just a shame it had to happen,” the mayor said. “I hope they are caught, punished and prosecuted.”

    Members of a Hispanic who rallied in protest against the city proposition also want the culprit caught.

    Quintanilla said he doesn’t want these actions to create an even bigger rift in the community.

    “If it happened to the house of the mayor, it could happen anywhere,” he said.

    The city council will address the issue in executive session at the Nov. 13 meeting.


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    “This is what happens when a community is filled with clash and conflict,” Carlos Quintanilla, with the Farmers Branch LULAC, said.
    Unbelievable, once again they commit a crime and they try to blame it on the people of the town. They need to take responsibility for the crimes they commit instead of blaming our laws and the citizens of this country for their criminal behavior.

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    “This is what happens when a community is filled with clash and conflict,” Carlos Quintanilla, with the Farmers Branch LULAC, said.
    Translation: This is what happens to any that oppose The Race! (La Raza)

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    Reminds me of Marie Waldron, the councilwoman of Escondido, who's business was vandalized.
    Some people stick their necks out, bravely try to enforce some kind of laws and become targets from the opposition.
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    The people of this community had better grow a spine and refuse to be intimidated.

    No different than the corrupt countries that they come from, the hispanics only recourse is VIOLENCE!!

    They can't assimilate no matter how much money and coddling that is thrown at them.

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    2nd,

    You are so right.

    I live directly across the street from my polling place & I
    put a big Old Glory out beside the road. I hope it reminds
    people the ability to vote without fear did not come on the
    cheap and how fast it could slip away if we fall for this
    drivel from these racist organizations & their intimidation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dem4labor
    2nd,

    You are so right.

    I live directly across the street from my polling place & I
    put a big Old Glory out beside the road. I hope it reminds
    people the ability to vote without fear did not come on the
    cheap and how fast it could slip away if we fall for this
    drivel from these racist organizations & their intimidation.
    OLE GLORY........sure is a reminder of our history and the sacrifices that Americans have made thru the generations.

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