Monday, May 01, 2006

It's OUR country NOT theirs

Listen..with the whole situation about Mexican's trying to change our Nation's Anthem, it's just wrong. PERIOD. There's nothing more to say, our country's anthem has been a part of history since the beginning. What makes these Mexican's think they can change it? It's ENGLISH for a REASON.


WE ARE NOT MEXICANS! We are American's, our language is english. It will stay that way, and immigrants from other countries (ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS for that matter) have no right to change anything. They are not Americans. They didn't work hard to become citizens, and quite frankly, I don't think they even care.

In response to the "Nuestro Himno" illegal alien anthem nonsense, I thought it
would be nice to celebrate the history of our national anthem--instead of
rewriting it to pander to ethnic grievance-mongers who don't respect Amerian
laws or traditions.

Michelle Malkin has the rest here and with the previous links

8 Comments:

At 4:23 PM, Blogger Oberon said...

.......what is the most important thing?

 
At 5:42 PM, Blogger The Reality Show said...

I get so disgusted when the radical Mecha activist said today such a phony line on Hannity:

'We are working for human rights'.


What's "right" about being an illegal?

 
At 7:13 PM, Blogger Let Non Arab - Muslims Live! said...

http://abclocal.go.com/kabc/story?section=local&id=4080309

The Muslim fifth column, a natural expected thing.
Muslim Americans Urged to Support Marches abc7.com, CA - 10 hours agoLOS ANGELES - Muslim Americans were urged today to join immigration marches locally and nationwide to show solidarity with migrant workers. ...


Again sticking their noses where they [never] belong.


Hey, anything to hurt the US, even though these Muslims groups are anti all Christians/Jews, American born or illegal aliens.

Talk about "loyalty".


Talk about 'law abiding' citizens.

Destruction, devastation, that's their leaders' motto!

 
At 9:45 PM, Blogger RJay said...

I heard the "Crazy Lady" she is just that.
I have a couple of new posts one on each blog.
Charlie Daniels: Mexican Stand Off
Charlie Daniels Letter to the Hollywood Bunch.

 
At 7:06 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

America doesn't have an official language.

 
At 10:06 AM, Blogger conservativekat said...

Yes, we don't have an official language. But, your straying from the fact that the star spangled banner was created in English. We have been speaking English since the beginning. Do you need documentary, maybe we should create a law for english to be an official language. Plus if you read Michelle Malkin, they were also changing a few of the words, not just the language. [inserting latino instead of american]

 
At 6:44 AM, Blogger Malnurtured Snay said...

Sure, and when the Pledge of Allegiance was written, it didn't include the words "Under God" in it, but some do-gooding know-it-all politicians decided to stick it in because "they know best".

If the original Pledge of Allegiance isn't safe from political wrangling, nothing is. The Anthem has already been translated into a multitude of languages (before it became the cool right-wing thing to rail against), and the original Spanish translation was done waaaaay back in ...

... 1919 (of course, the Star Spangled Banner didn't become the national anthem until the 30's, if memory serves, but the point is, translations have already existed).

My problem with this new Spanish translation is the rewriting of sections of it to make it "less warlike."

Huh? The British were bombing US!

It irks me when people feel the need to rewrite stuff that was perfectly good to begin with.

 
At 4:15 PM, Blogger conservativekat said...

"Sure, and when the Pledge of Allegiance was written, it didn't include the words "Under God" in it, but some do-gooding know-it-all politicians decided to stick it in because "they know best".


I am so curious to see where you get these assumptions from. The Pledge always had "under god" in it. click here for info. And who are these "so-called" politicians you speak of?


"and the original Spanish translation was done waaaaay back in ...

... 1919 (of course, the Star Spangled Banner didn't become the national anthem until the 30's, if memory serves, but the point is, translations have already existed)."


There has been no other language translation, other then English, for our country's National Anthem.
Since I'm interested, I would like to know where exactly you got that information from as well.

 

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