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Native americans, Why are we called "freeloaders"?

I saw it on FOXNEWS

Asked By: - 3/30/2011
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The reason the White man says Native Americans (and every other race) are freeloaders is . . . So they can pretend they are downtrodden. It gives them an opportunity to play the "Race Card" so they can pretend to be a "Victim... More
Answered By: ƝɨѕhҠѡe - 3/31/2011
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Why are you? I thought that history proved that the Europeans were freeloaders?
Answered By: YO! ĸees. - 3/30/2011
 
i don't know try suing the station for abuse and disrespect. if anything the englanders and europeans that came over and forced the land out from under u should be called thieves and rogues. and worse. if anyone are freeloaders it should be the illegal aliens that want rights without putting in any effort to conform... More
Answered By: ssandydem - 3/30/2011
 
The people on FOXNEWS who said that should try spending a month at Pine Ridge Reservation, and see if they'd want to live there for free.
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Answered By: Aurora - 3/30/2011
 
Probably because a lot of Natives live off of government welfare checks, food stamps, etc. They probably think that too because most of us have reservations, casinos, and they probably think we don't have to pay taxes. In a way I agree about freeloading in terms of welfare checks and food stamps but not about the... More
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Answered By: Glonnie - 3/31/2011
 
Nishkwe gave such a great answer, all I can add is what old uncle Ed used to say; Eff 'em now, and Eff 'em later too! There is no "freeloading going on until every treaty obligation and right has been fulfilled!
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Answered By: Roman C - 3/31/2011
 
How about if we said all whites are freeloaders because 80% of all welfare recipients are Caucasian. Or that all Caucasians are freeloaders because they stole native American land and enslaved Africans because they were too lazy to do their own work? Numerically whites are the biggest freeloaders of the welfare... More
Answered By: Jas - 3/31/2011
 
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