Let's tell the whole story. France, Germany and England lent money to
Mexico. When they didn't repay the loan, the French sent soldiers to
collect the money owed, and Mexico won. The loans were never repaid. The majority of people in Mexico do not celebrate it. Many see it as part of
history, but nothing to celebrate.
Why all the fuss about Cinco de Mayo here in utah? There are probably just as
many people with danish decent living here in this state, and we dont celebrate
anything about denmark. We ought to be Americans and celebrate american
traditions and holidays, not a nation divided.
Agree with the others. Why do we celebrate this?Let's all be
Americans and ACT like it.
@EnoughThere's no money in being American.You've got to
hyphenate to be part of a protected class. That's where the grants are.You would never win in court if you claimed discrimination because you are an
What a sad comment thread, try embracing the cultural diversity of your state
(including your Danish Heritage) rather than try to stuff everyone into a plan
vanilla box. Your city and state will be much richer from the experience.
It's sad that the media does not give other culture and ethnic groups the