Never, Ever Give Up. Arthur’s Inspirational Transformation! (by Dallapage)
i can’t hear it all, but just watch. i’m crying.
STOP WHAT YOU ARE DOING AND WATCH THIS!
Never ever ever give up.
I have to reblog. This is beautiful.
It’s amazing what you can achieve when you try.
DO NOT SCROLL PAST THIS! Watch it right now! You may cry like a baby (like I did).
Holy shit this is amazing.
This brought tears to my eyes.
this literally made me cry… AMAZING!
Confronting Sheriff Joe
As a camera crew captured Sheriff Joe Arpaio walking through Maricopa County’s infamous “Tent City,” Guillermo Pérez Aguilar, 36, decided to speak up.
“Señor Arpaio,” Guillermo said as the sheriff walked passed him.
“Yeah,” Arpaio replied as he stopped and turned to Pérez.
Pérez began with a simple question: “Why not give us a chance?”
After Arpaio gave pat answer about how there are laws and a right way to come into the country, Pérez suggested he was overreaching as a local official and going above federal authority in enforcing his laws.
“No, nobody is higher than me,” Arpaio said in his typical belligerent manner.
“And many of these people,” pointing to inmates observing the exchange, “come with the marijuana,” Arpaio said later as he shifted his glare.
When Pérez said it was unfair to judge everyone on the acts of a few, Arpaio responded, “No, I judge those who break the law…and it just so happens, because we’re so close to the border, we get more people from Mexico.”
Pérez responded with a common Mexican saying, “O sea, el no busca quién la debe, sino quién la paga,” which roughly translates to “So, in other words, he’s not looking for who did it, but rather, who will pay for it.”
Pérez went on to say that he’s been in the United States for 16 years without any problems, adding that he’d like a legal way to pay insurance for his car, but that Arpaio seems more interesting in picking on the little guy.
“Why not start at the root? Why start at the branches?
“You’re killing thousands when, really, you can start here,” Pérez said, referring to the root of the problem.
“Why? Because it’s harder, or because you like attacking us over here?”
Thank you, Guillermo, for speaking truth to power!