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  •  My sister-in-law is also of Indian heritage (0+ / 0-)

    She is small, dark-haired, but you'd never peg her as Indian. She had two sons. one favored her, with a small frame and dark hair. Knowing his family heritage, he loved to hunt like an Indian and embraced that heritage. His brother turned out more husky, loved sports and is blonde.
    None of them would you look at and think they are the typical American Indian "type" in looks. But they have as much, of not more, Indian blood than Warren.
    My side of the family (on mom's side) is of northern European indigenous heritage...the Sami. So I am a "minority" in that these people would be considered the "Indians" of northern Europe.
    What Brown, and others (hello George Rockwell?) fail to understand is that we are a melting pot. We are made up of many parts of our collective heritage. Some have more of one type and others are more fully so. But DNA testing would find lots of surprising things. Hmm, wonder what Scotty's might find!
    Warren has every right to claim what is rightfully hers. She claimed it proudly, and never used it to her advantage.
    Scott Brown can go pound sand.

    Isn’t it ironic to think that man might determine his own future by something so seemingly trivial as the choice of an insect spray. ~ Rachel Carson, Silent Spring ~

    by MA Liberal on Wed Oct 03, 2012 at 06:15:53 AM PDT

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