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“Long before America was even an idea, this land of plenty was home to many peoples. The British and French, the Dutch and Spanish, to Mexicans, to countless Indian tribes. We all shared the same land,” President Obama told the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.

Mexico declared its independence on September 16, 1810. It was recognized on September 27, 1821.

The United States of America declared its independence in 1776.

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  1. lord-ruler says:

    Mexico lost the war. The U.S paid mexico $15 million at the end of the war as compensation for the lands we took. I actually wish we had taken more land since then more people would live under our Constitution.

  2. aardvark says:

    If the Mexicans were here first (and other “Native” Americans who came from…SOMEWHERE else!), I have some baaaaad news for Barack and his friends. They have to leave with the rest of us.

  3. makeshifty says:

    My history is fuzzy on this point, but Mexico may have been called “Mexico” back when it was a Spanish colony. So he may have been correct.

    I listened to the clip, and I think he was trying to make a kind of “e pluribus unum” argument: “Out of many, one,” while acknowledging a multicultural argument that, “We all came from these different heritages and that should be respected.” It’s “splitting the baby” as far as I’m concerned. I understand I have a British and Scotts-Irish lineage, but it doesn’t occupy my everyday thoughts. It’s not a strong part of my identity. I am an American first. When my ancestors came here they became Americans. They didn’t try to supplant their homeland traditions and languages here in place of America.

    He does get to the central point that America operates under the idea of a uniting creed, and that’s what makes it unique. I found the way he framed the argument offensive, because his language suggests a pre-American nationalist supremacy that we should acknowledge today. I don’t agree with that. I take it he was trying to appeal to a certain liberal/Marxist (multiculturalist) audience that wants to keep certain cultures intact and pure, and apart from American influence, believing that they are superior to America, even while those cultures exist here. Even to give that POV the time of day is offensive. He is the president of the United States of America, not the world. I wish he’d act like it.

  4. thierry says:

    “mexico” was conquered and its indigenous cultures destroyed by whitie- europeans. “mexico” was a big plantation /colony of Spain composed of numerous cultures . the proof of this is that they still have a slave class- of those who are more indigenous and less european ie spanish. white conquistadors therefore still control the country. why not claim to be mexican ,o’bambi, and have at those crackers? free the mexicans- they need your hope and change more than we do- and they are a country already completely destroyed. you can start remaking them immediately.

    or go back to kenya. wouldn’t you rather be home than head of the evil imperialist slave cartel of america? maybe they’ll give you a shiny crown and let you play all day without endlessly bitching about it.

    the parting of seas exists in numerous ancient texts from across the fertile crescent through india that pre-date the old testament, moses and the expulsion of the Children of Israel from egypt.

    Isis parts the waters of the river phaedrus on her journey to byblos to retrieve the body of osiris. Kali does the same to cross the ganges.

    and speaking of Phaedrus, ok Phaedra- close enough because this is the best song … ever:

  5. Kimj7157 says:

    I’m impressed with the way Christine O’Donnell is handling herself so far. Now, hopefully, her campaign will find an effective way to bring attention to Coons and reveal him for the marxist moonbat he truly is.

  6. otlset says:

    I think the Aztecs have a lot to answer for as well, for subjugating and enslaving the Mexicans who lived there before they came along.

  7. lord-ruler says:

    Maybe Obama wants to go back to the time before Cortez when they were cutting peoples hearts out on alters.

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