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- January 25, 2007 at 12:00 am #4035
These days everyone seems to want to identify with some sort of Racial/Culteral label as in ‘Someotherplace-American’ My ancestors came from Ireland some time back when dinosaurs roamed the Earth but I don’t associate myself in any way with Ireland. Never been there and am not all interested. I hear it’s cold and wet. Since I was born in The US, I guess that makes me an American. It seems that all these labels are putting up walls between us. Americans share a common culture that is unique in all the world and putting all these labels is separating us from one another which seems a bit counterproductive to me and un-American since ‘United We Stand’ is the core of everything we are.
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