Re: The Native American is in the Fight
I was visiting a Navaho medical clinic at Crown Point Indian reservation at four corners in 1993. I was interviewing for a job which I didn't accept because the housing accommodations were so bad, it was so far out in the boonies the nearest hotel was 50 miles away. I would have stayed but my wife was with me and she was a wussy.
Anyway, the Navaho housing supervisor introduced himself by his name which I don't recall, he followed it by U.S. Marine. Like U.S. Marine was his last name. I introduced myself back to him in the same manner except I put U.S. Army. These are a proud people and a national treasure. I believe they prefer to be away from the rest of America. It's like leaving an animal in it's natural habitate rather than a zoo. IMO