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From: Robin Corkery (e-mail him)
The New York Times recently carried a picture of a "wrestling match" of the type popular among Mexicans in the U.S.
The photo included this caption:
"The tour featured La Legion Extranjera, the Foreign Legion, whose members are gringos who openly disparage the spectators"
And how about this? The story quotes Hugo Navarro, a spectator: "It's good for the Mexican people"
Another fan says: "It's good to see the children who look up to them (the Mexican wrestlers who defeat the American villains) because they're role models." [In Colorful Bouts, Hint of Deeper Struggle, by Michael Brick, New York Times, May 9, 2009]
Corkery is a Notre Dame alumnus who served in the U.S. Marines. He became an officer of a New York Stock Exchange member firm since swallowed up that, according to him, "long ago became lost in the dismal swamp of political correctness."