I was reading through some of the links in Michelle Malkin's DOCUMENTS OF THE "UNDOCUMENTED" post. This one caught my eye.
Nervously, Latinos Protest in the South
"Friday's protest in Atlanta was an improvised affair. An anonymous flier had been circulating in the city's Latino communities calling for a protest march, said Teodoro Maus, a former Mexican consul general in Atlanta who resides in the area. But Maus and others were worried that it might be a trap set by immigration officials.
So instead, Maus and other leaders hastily planned the boycott, asking immigrants to stay home from work and refrain from buying anything to demonstrate their economic impact.
Maus called the protest a success, but acknowledged it was difficult to gauge. A few restaurants closed down, but other businesses remained open along Buford Highway — the main drag of one of the city's largest Latino neighborhoods.
To a paraphrase some words out of our history.
I know not what course others may take; but as for me
If I hear about an Illegal Alien Boycott?
I am going shopping
And any business I find closed? Gets no trade from me henceforth.
Remember Montebello High
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