Kyle, imagine if 2 foreign countries came here, had a war and the winner claimed the land as theirs. 30 years later, wouldn't you feel as though your land was still your land?
But this is 200+ years later and most of the descendants are gone now. Many of us have ancestors that came here after being forced off their land in European countries and there is no chance we could go back and claim that land. I was quite surprised that Timbo described the Indians that are now left as "a few leftover rag-tag tribes".
No, I described the tribes that way. And when compared to their state of existence prior white man's arrival, it's a wholly accurate description.
Why do you constantly insist upon twisting the meaning of the words of those who correct you on the subjects that you are apparently confused about?
Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.