That's A Lot Of Bull

Tuesday, September 30, 2008

So I happened to catch this down at (San Antonio) and let's just put it out there - asking this question, making these statements - it's just asinine:

I was reading through some blog comments from so-called Americans this morning and I was disgusted. Why do some of you feel the need to call yourself Mexican-American, African-American, Asian-American, etc?

Seems to me if you are born in the United States of America, you should call yourself an American - and nothing else. I was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico. I just call myself an American. Why do some of you have a problem doing this? What’s your excuse?

This is a slap in the face to many Americans, to our nation and to our patriotism. The "politically correct" terms seem to be an "in your face" issue more and more these days.
I could care less if Rob just likes to call himself an American - that's fine - and that's his personal choice - but to question how American other people are who refer to themselves as Asian American, African American, or Mexican American, and to say that by calling yourself an Asian American is a slap in the face to our nation and patriotism - it's not just idiotic, but I have to ask myself how many Strom Thurmond milk bottles this guy drank after they put him into the whitewash room the moment he popped out of his mama's coochie.

I'm just surprised he didn't bring up the words "English Only".