Whew! I was sharpening knives and loading bullets until you said -
Ok, the above is horse poop. Great article! However, I think that I may have successfully hit upon every bogus/collectivst argument typically used, and in the span of a single paragraph!
You suckered me. Well done.
I find it strange that when it comes to North American history, we tend to stop at the year 1492. I''m sure before that, there is nothing to write about, because it was such a peaceful and harmonious place. Lots of frolicking in sunshine and rainbows n' such!
But, there are a few things that make me go...hmm.
Like the Ute word, Comanche, which means "they who fight us all the time!" And, the Comanche word, Comanche, which means, "The People!"
Well, that almost sounds like some folks on this continent were little war like and maybe a little racist.
Nooooo, they were all happy, shiny people, right?
No wars. No butchery. No land grabs for resources. Nawww, not those peace luv'n Injun's.
Only love, peace, sugarcanes & lolipops!
And by the way, the Spell Check on this site shows the word American to be a misspelled word (but, Bin Laden is not!)
What kind of French smell'n, mullah luv'n, Saddam kiss'n, Bin Laden blow'n crap is that?
A M E R I C A N! It's been spelled that way for well over 229 years!
I demand to speak to the Manager! :-)
(Edited by gary williams on 8/23, 8:03pm)
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