A very thought-provoking article that cuts to the true heart of the matter without the sensationalism or excess of outrage despite Lauer's management team response, yet still firmly touches an emotional cord. Having read so much on the topic before in similar cases, I think this is one of the best synopsis I've ever come around about the topic of: "To have made such a mistake shows America’s inability to find a place in its history to accommodate the ones who gave the most to America’s existence, either by friendship or by force. And in this, we find America to be the Indian giver, selfish in its hunger, unreliable in keeping its agreements and disrespectful to those they don’t understand." Excellent, excellent article.
Friday, September 14, 2012 - 15:38