You can certainly post whatever you want, but here's what I think:<br><br>Throughout history, you will find any number of wrongs being done to any number of people. Slavery took place all over the world for hundreds of years. It still goes on in some places today. Same thing with Genocide. Unfortunately, it too still goes on. <br><br>The point is, you can only go back so far. Sure...what if Abraham Lincoln ordered the execution of a bunch of Native Americans? WHO CARES! That was 150 years ago. There is not a single living soul today that is either responsible or affected. It's over...history...done with. What happened then has no bearing on the present. <br><br>Holding someone responsible for that would be like calling up Tony Blair and demanding an apology for the British burning down the White House in the War of 1812. <br><br>
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