I suspect that the Big immigration Too Doo scheduled for Monday May 1 is going to end up coming off without much help from the constituency the demonstrations are supposed to be helping out. There won't be many illegals takin' it to the streets, because they'll all be at work.
Secondarily, if the rabble rousers had an interest in reaching out to the Anglo community, they should have scheduled the demonstrations for Cinco de Mayo instead of May Day. Dopes. Everybody's Mexican on Cinco de Mayo.
Last time around, immigration protests drained the public schools and although some school adminstrators lamented the loss of state funding due to unexcused absence from the classroom, they were overjoyed at the civics lessons learned by students. OTOH, you can bet the administrators would have been substantially less overjoyed if the students were protesting against say, Roe v Wade, the PTA, or the hammer lock that teacher unions have on the purse strings of Californicate.
And laughably, the protesting students (and their handlers in the public schools) don't even realize that everything about their 12 years of public education revolves around the government mandating nearly every aspect of their lives. There's a reason why public schools resemble state prisons.
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