An annoying Mexican is complaining that he is not being catered to in Spanish. So he wants his school forms in Spanish.
FOX 4 News February 16, 2012 by Natalie SolisARLINGTON, Texas - A two-time “Teacher of the Year” in Arlington is now fighting to keep her job after allegedly telling a Hispanic student to “Go back to Mexico.”Barnett Junior High School math teacher Shirley Bunn has 24 years of teaching experience. But her career could end with what she called a moment of frustration.Bunn admitted she lost her temper on Sept. 30 while distributing Title 1 forms to her eighth grade students.According to public documents, a student who had a history of being disruptive repeatedly asked his teacher for a form printed in Spanish by saying, “I’m Mexican. I’m Mexican.”The documents said Bunn tried to tell him that he could get the forms in the office but he continued to argue with her and repeat, “I’m Mexican.”In response, Bunn blurted out “[Then] go back to Mexico.
The student, obviously either an illegal or legal alien, should go back to Mexico. If he is so identified with Mexico and so hostile to the English language, he must not be happy here. He should go back to Mexico.
It is also important to point out that Title I forms referred to are for school districts with low-income students. Well, that is no surprise since the student is from Mexico. Mexican immigrants are notoriously poor and unable to advance themselves materially. They immigrate poor and remain poor, dependent on the taxes paid by Americans to live. In fact, education is wasted on Mexicans and their descendants, who's educational and economic attainment decline. They go from bad to worse.
But in the end, the issue is about this student's attitude towards America. He clearly hates this country and the English language. He will not be contributing anything to this society. His future is most likely to include prison or failure. And undoubtedly voting in the future for Spanish supremacism and more welfare for himself and his fellow Mexicans.
Get out and don't let the door hit you on the way out you ingrate.