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Twenty First Century War

War Declared on Terror

America's Triple War

Afghanistan Day

G.I Jose

El Navy


Los Busheros

Texas vs. immigrants

Latinos = Happy Meals


Rebels Take Over!

Latinos Become Largest Minority

Clinton Moves to Harlem

Bush Fights "Brownouts"

'The Mexican' Is A Rusty Pistol

Linda Chavez continues her Charities

Microsoft's Plantation Mentality

Bush's Cabinet of Color

Pinochet and Bush get Lucky

Army leaves Chiapas

Peruvian Presidency: Up for Grabs

ZAPATISTAS ADDRESS MEXICAN CONGRESS: Gray-Haired Militia Still Has Control of US
December 23, 2000
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By appointing Condoleeza Rice, Alberto Gonzales, Mel Martinez, and Colin Powell to his cabinet President-elect Bush took steps towards "Acknowleding the support of all of my black and Latino voters." In a press conference he explained that every single one of his Black and Latino voters would be rewarded with a seat in his cabinet.

Bush, who's approved the execution of scores of Blacks and Latinos, fought against affirmative action, and worked to further militarize the U.S./Mexico border was apparently taken aback when informed of the true nature of his Cabinet appointments. "I thought my Cabinet stayed in my kitchen..." he mumbled.

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