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THE ELISE MARCIANO FILES: I'm an AMERICAN!!!!!!

Monday, October 04, 2010
Time: 3:15 PM


Elise Marciano expressing her "concern" with Ted Comsumptus regarding identifying her race in the census:
Senior Center Jan 2010./


In order to truly understand why just about everyone in the state should be outraged over Mark Boughton’s unreported appearance at the United States Citizens for Immigration Enforcement (USCFILE) anti-immigrant hate group rally this past Saturday, you need to learn a thing or two about these disgusting group of misfits.

Since we're already saw USCFILE president Elise Marciano's racist Islamophobic side, here's an audio clip of the anti-immigrant bigot questioning Mayor Boughton's mouthpiece Ted Comsumptus about an "issue" she has with the census when it comes to identifying her race. This laughable exchange happened during the mayor's monthly public meeting at the Senior Center back in January.

Take note of the people who laugh at Marciano's idiotic question.

AUDIO:



PARTIAL TRANSCRIPT:

MARCIANO: Suppose we don't put down our race?

(laughter)

CONSUMPTUS: Ah, I think there are options for you not to fill in each question, and they can account for that. But what's the…I don't' see the problem with putting down…

MARCAINO: I'm an American..

COMSUMPTUS: .what your race is

MARCIANO (yelling): I'm an American!

(inaudible)

MARCAINO: So I'm just going to put American.


COMSUMPTUS: You know, there may be that option, I'm not..I don't know what the option is…we'll see.


You cant make this stuff up folks.



Why on earth would anyone vote for a politician who embrace and support an anti-immigrant assclown like Marciano?

...more later.

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