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The use of hyphenated words to designate foreign-born citizens

What is wrong with just being American?  According to the meaning of this, it is being used wrong in most cases anyway.

It is time to take Hypen out of American.  If you are an American then you are an American.  If you want to be treated the same then stop using hyphenated words that points out you are different.

So according to Webster's Dictionary, unless you are a foreigh born citizen you are using it the wrong way anyway.

We hear it so often, people are complaining that they are being treated differently and they only want to be treated the same as everyone else.  Yet these same people jump at every opportunity to use the hypen American tag.

If you really want to be treated the same as everyone else then stop doing things or calling yourself something to separate yourself from others.  Who might we be talking about here.?

German-American, Polish-American, Irish-American, Asian-American,  Italian-American,  Arab-American, Latio-American,  African-American, Hispanic-American, Dutch-American,  and any other country that a person may be from by their bloodlines, but born here.

The  point is, if you was born here you are an American.  It doesn't make any difference where your parents  or grandparents or great-grandparents or great-great-grandparents or great-great-great-grandparents are from.  Who separates themselves the most by using hyphen American?  I say it is black Americans more then any other group.  According to the dictionary it is being used incorrectly in most cases anyway.

It is time to get rid of the hyphen, no matter what group you are with and call yourself what you are.  An American.  That is the first step in not being thought of as different.  When you come down to it we are all the same anyway.  We have the same dreams and want the same things for our children and loved ones.  We are all human beings first and Americans second.  Let's save the hyphen to the foreign born IF they choose to use it.

This is the greatest country on this earth.  Anyone that has been born here is very lucky.  If you don't think it is such a great country then travel out of it a little and see where you would rather be.





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