And of course, where there's radicalism, the Obama administration can't be far behind. For example, Obama fundraiser Gloria Estefan kicked off events at L.A.'s migrant's march this morning.
At KABC-TV Los Angeles, "Thousands March in May Day Rally":
Singer Gloria Estefan kicked off a massive march through the streets of downtown Los Angeles as demonstrators galvanized in opposition to Arizona's tough law against illegal immigration demanded an overhaul of immigration laws.Also, at LAT, "Thousands gather for immigrant rights march in downtown L.A."
"We're good people," the Cuban-born singer said aboard flatbed truck. "We've given a lot to this country. This country has given a lot to us." Cardinal Roger Mahony stood on the truck and joined the crowd in chanting, "Si, se puede," or "Yes, we can," in Spanish. Streets and sidewalks were packed with tens of thousands of people as horns blared. Organizers handed out T-shirts that read, "Legalize Arizona" and "Boycott Arizona." Marchers waved American flags, along with many from other countries, including Mexico, the Philippines, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
And at Michelle's, "May Day/Che Day: Reconquista Returns":
The open-borders lobby can try and hide its radicalism with a carefully-orchestrated show of American flags, but the movement’s reconquista roots always expose themselves on May Day.Photo Credit: Slapstick Politics, "2006 May Day protest in Denver."