Sorry Seems To Be The Hardest Word

The “operating philosophy” of the Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs is:

The Idaho Commission on Hispanic Affairs believes in teamwork, open communication, and professionalism in serving the Hispanic population.

Now, if that is truly the case, why would their “Community Resource Development Specialist” label people as “racist” on social media?

Mr. Saldana, now works for the state of Idaho. We pay him and his entire commission.

Their mission is not to defame anyone. That’s not why they’re paid with our tax dollars. Is this common practice among their staff? The state or its agencies are not in place to attack anyone’s character or give opinions on their behavior where laws are not being broken.

Alll I’m asking for is an apology to the owner of PizzalChik and myself. Apologies are free.

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