Snopes says it's false.http://www.snopes.com/politics/immigration/shoplift.asp
Doesn't have to have actually occurred to illustrate the point it is making. Good job whoever faked it. Any U.S. citizen that still patronizes a business that was shut down for a day when the Mexican protest occurred 3 or so years ago needs to take that fake article to heart. Yep, some of us still remember.
Brought to you by Dan Rather. Fake but accurate.
Wonder if the spending boycott also carried in the opposite direction, becoming a boycott also on those who provide income or revenue.
May be fake, but sounds like a super great idea. the infestation continues.....
Maybe fake, but damn funny.
You had to know it was fake when it said,"Shoppers reported hearing English spoken for the first time in recent memory..."
F the "faithul reader" who sent that.
I think food stamps were replaced with the government card so I knew it had to be false when I read the last sentence.
Right on, 8:29PM.........whenever my conservative, right wing nut friends or family FWD me on crap like this, I always Snopes it, then reply back with a link to the Snopes rebuttal to demonstrate how stupid they were to send it in the first place. Some catch on, and some don't. Oh well, you can pick your nose, and you can pick your friends, but you can't pick your family.
True dat dawg.I'z tired of dem stealin' for i get to it.Free range now brotha!
Right wing tea baggers believe the darndest things.
Do mexicans even know what boycotting is?
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