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    Cherokees Demand Truth: Elizabeth Warren must “pay it forward” by admitting she is not one of them

    Cherokees Demand Truth: Elizabeth Warren must “pay it forward” by admitting she is not one of them

    From Cherokees Demand Truth from Elizabeth Warren (Facebook group here):

    From Polly’s Grandaughter blog:

    “But part of the underlying social contract is you take a hunk of that and pay forward for the next kid who comes along.” Elizabeth Warren

    Now she has the nerve to tell other people they need to pay it forward. Is she kidding? There is a tight knit group of American Indian professors in the US. They do what they can to mentor and help one another and they often end up working with and helping tribes. Warren was not part of that group, nor did she ever make any attempt to be part of that group, despite her claim she listed herself as a minority to meet others like herself.

    She has never reached out to tribes or Cherokees to “pay it forward.” She wouldn’t even give the Cherokee women who traveled a long way to meet with her the courtesy of meeting with them.

    Apparently Warren’s way of “paying it forward” is to marginalize Cherokees and other American Indians…

    It is time Elizabeth Warren reviews the documentation of her genealogy and admits she is not Cherokee. Maybe then, and only then, she can find a way to “pay it forward” to Cherokees and other American Indians.

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    sablegsd | July 24, 2012 at 5:25 pm

    That skanky,corrupt twit wouldn’t know the truth if it jumped up and bit her throat.


     
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    GrumpyOne | July 24, 2012 at 7:35 pm

    Warren redefines the expression, “Have no shame!”

    Shameful indeed…


     
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    TrooperJohnSmith | July 24, 2012 at 8:29 pm

    The blood of my long dead Indian ancestors [how’s that for a dramatic flourish!] pounds inside my temples when I hear this smug, nasty, devious, clueless, b!tch claim to be Indian.

    As I’ve said before, both myself and members of my circle of friends and family, are considerably more Indian than Lizzy “1/32” Warren, and none of us would ever, ever try to pass as Indian. As the Cherokee spokeswoman said, that is stealing a blood right, a heritage to which you are NOT entitled.

    Yes, to be Indian, there is a misery and suffering quotient that precious few know of or can appreciate. It’s different than telling someone you’re Irish or claiming that your ancestor was a Swedish king or something.

    Claiming to be Indian is seizing the reality of an ancestry where your mere existence in the present time is something akin to a miracle of survival. It’s almost like claiming to be a Holocaust survivor or the family of one. Sadly, or gladly, there is a reverence attached to being Indian, and to defile that reverence through a bogus claim, is to besmirch the whole race, as well as your honor.

    This bullsh!t story of her parents eloping because her mother was “Native American”, is totally bogus. Maybe it resonates in Boston or at Harvard, but it veritably drips with the sour bile of contrivance in a place like Oklahoma, or even Texas, Arkansas or Louisiana. Hell, if you’re an Okie and DON’T have some Indian in you, people start thinking you’re from an alien spaceship or from California (which is pretty much the same).

    Also, Lizzy… no Indian calls himself or herself “Native American”. Indian. Say it, you liar! It rolls off your tongue, unless you really can’t bring yourself to say it. Maybe even YOU know how idiotic it sounds coming from your lips.

    Sorry for the rant, friends… this whole thing makes me sick.

    Get back to Fast and Furious, Solyndra and the other scandals. These are national in scope. Yes it is important to “beat the drums” on Warren, but in the end, she is local.


     
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    Zachriel | July 25, 2012 at 10:32 am

    “While we are citizens of our respective Cherokee nations, we do not speak for nor represent any of the governments of the three federally recognized tribes; the Cherokee Nation, the United Keetoowah Band of Cherokee Indians and the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians and the opinions shared here are ours, and ours alone.”


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