Jim McGaha: Hatred of America

I do check Pravda from time to time, to read a different point of view. 
I recently perused an article by an Irate Indian (Charles Fargo) who had nothing good to say about the U.S.  I do not share the same feelings as Mr. Fargo, who seems to have a very negative attitude.  I wonder if perhaps the problem lies with him also?   He states he and his construction crew were refused entry to a restaurant because of EXTREAM (sic) BIAS AND BIGOTRY...Mr. Fargo, did you and your crew stink?  Perhaps there was no great conspiracy because of your Native-American status.  Perhaps you just stunk.  Be honest. Did you try to enter a restaurant where people were eating, whilst you were covered in grease and oil?  Maybe that had something to do with it.

I am an American.  I realise that America has made mistakes.  We also give more money to more countries around the world than ANYONE else.  I also personally like the Russian people I have met.  There are a lot of them in the particular area I live in, and we all have more in common than we have differences. I spent last summer working with Mr. Igor, who told me alot about Chechnia that I didn't know.  And now we as Russians and Americans have something  else in common.  There are people in the world who believe that if they KILL us, those people will proceed straight to paradise to be serviced by 72 large-breasted women. Do yo remember those two big planes that smashed into those two big buildings in New York a few years ago?  There is NO REASON OR JUSTIFICATION for that, or is there just cause for what happened to innocent school children in Beslan.  I don't care what mistakes were made by U.S. or S! oviet Union. I don't care if people do hate the U.S. Not all Americans hate Bush, either. Just the Atheists. The good thing about the U.S. is that anybody can come here.  And anybody can leave, too. If I was as miserable as some of these letter-writers, I would go to France or something.
Jim McGaha

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