It is both a sad and humorous travesty that transplanted Hispanics here in America believe that they are somehow being exposed to disrespect when they are not successful in supplanting a longstanding American tradition. They see it as a reason to march and riot when native, tax paying residents simply want to keep what they have from being forcibly removed. But recently it has come to light that this group of malcontents don't even know how to research something as simple as the Holiday that many of them mistake for Mexican Independence day.
The fifth of may celebration memorializes victory over the French Army though only a temporary victory. The French invaded in response to a broken financial promise in the early 1860's. The funny part about the whole thing is that the French made it to Mexico city anyway and eventually extracted what they were looking for from the hapless debtors. Sound familiar? It should sound familiar because that kind of behavior (deadbeat-ism) is apparently also traditional in certain circles. So the victory was only part of a greater loss: nevertheless this vagrant mis-impression has been used as a keystone to build a miracle bridge to self righteous indignation that has as its travelers the clueless and the eager. Clueless that there are any people out there aside from themselves that also have rights and eager to take whatever they can that doesn't belong to them.
Marching with them are the self deprecating liberal pussies who want everyone to lie down and be burgled with no protest lest we be branded racist and heartless or maybe even become a target for the Napolitano files, tucked right in there in between weight watchers and the number for Papa Gino's delivery.
It matters little however that they begin in error because absent this one vacuous and culturally retarded reason we would only witness the uprising of another. The evident intent here is to provoke and in such a case as this the details are irrelevant in the face of the greater cause.