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Another $13,242,720 out the window

July 6, 2012

When does it end, the fed spending $13,242,720 for the preservation and maintenance of Native American Languages in 2011. Of course it is authorized by a law passed under Bill (i am not a scumbag) Clinton. If the indians want to preserve their languages then let them, how f**king stupid is this government. Yes I am pissed if you can’t tell!!!! “ANA believes language revitalization and continuation are two of the first steps taken in preserving and strengthening a community’s culture,” the ANA explanation states on its web site. “Use of native language builds identity and encourages communities to move toward social unity and self-sufficiency.” If they want self-sufficiency then they need to speak english, that is what everyone they need to deal with in the business community will be speaking. We can’t get these idiots out of the government fast enough, and don’t believe just a change of the guard will change much people. If you don’t get off your asses and do something real besides just a vote in November it will be business as usual. At least the Republicans will grow the economy and put people back to work, but that will not restore our rights, we will have to force that on them! The link is below for the story, sorry get on my soapbox once in awhile.

http://cnsnews.com/news/article/hhs-tab-preservation-and-maintenance-native-american-languages-2011-13242720

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