How odd that too many American politicians do not take the illegal alien invasion seriously, but the leftist Eurotrash do.
A day of mostly calm immigration rallies around the nation ended with a clash in Los Angeles where officers fired rubber bullets and used batons against demonstrators. Police promised to review the use of force.
Several people, including about a dozen officers, were hurt during skirmishes at MacArthur Park near downtown late Tuesday. About 10 people were taken to hospitals for treatment of injuries including cuts, authorities said. None of the injuries was believed to be serious.
A dozen officers are hurt by pro-illegal alien and communist inspired scum, and THE POLICE have to review their use of force??
May Day marches in Los Angeles brought out about 25,000 people, only a fraction of the 650,000 who rallied last year. Turnout nationwide was also light compared with a year ago.
Organizers said fear about raids and frustration that the marches haven't pushed Congress to pass reform kept many people at home.
They said those who did march felt a sense of urgency to keep immigration reform from being overshadowed by the 2008 presidential elections.
Don't worry, treason lobbyists, it will be a focal point of the elections.
Maria Elena Durazo, the executive secretary-treasurer at the Los Angeles County Federation of Labor, said the trouble was instigated by ``a group of anarchists, not associated with the rally.'' She also criticized the police response, saying the rubber bullets were fired on a peaceful crowd with little warning.
Given her track record in the treason lobby, I would believe her about as far as I could throw rocks and bottles at her....
Magda Ortiz, a 27-year-old legal resident from Mexico and mother of two, pushed through crowds on the city's lakefront with a stroller bearing a sign that read: ``Bush, think about the moms. Stop the raids.''
Bush is bending over--forwards--to pander to these people, against most of his own political party, and they STILL protest against him? Lesson to Mr. Bush: they're only going to hate you anyway!