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An immigration activist group is drawing attention to a photograph showing a billboard ad for a Spanish-language TV newscast in L.A. on which the "CA" abbreviation after "Los Angeles" has been crossed out and the word "Mexico" added in its place.
Originally posted by andpau66
Thats fine. However, they decided to come here and live in... Los Angeles, California. They need to get it right. It's not Mexico.
Originally posted by bordnlazy
I work with alot of mexican guys ,and the second that somebody tries to talk smack about the U.S. they step up to defend it. They are just proud of where they come from and that is all! You can ask any of them , If they would rather Live in The U.S.A. or in mexico and most will say that they are proud to live here. Dont' start thinking this is some sort of ethnic culture invasion.
Originally posted by specialasianX
well theres this thing called freedom of expression... yeah you know the one... people can say what they want and put what they want on billboards... live with it.
you guys in the US really get territorial dont you.