Happy 5th of July!

Like Valentine’s Day and Christmas I won’t be suckered into celebrating a holiday that the Chinese made famous.


#1 Plaintiff Guy on 07.05.10 at 12:51 pm

Independence will be worth celebrating once Sioux Falls returns to democracy. Someday, they’ll comply with South Dakota civil procedures and the U.S. Constitution. Meanwhile, there’s unprecidented abuse of fundamental due process and free speech.

#2 Plaintiff Guy on 07.05.10 at 1:21 pm

When city administration returns to democracy, they can become citizens if they apply and can answer a few constitutional questions. They should get priority over Hispanics.

#3 John2 on 07.06.10 at 7:06 pm

The Declaration of Independence was unanimously approved on July 2d. It was announced as such on July 3d. Copies sent to the states were sent and dated on July 4th. Signing of the Declaration began on August 2d. Thus the 4th of July as THE date symbolizing independence was arrived at rather arbitrarily.

#4 John2 on 07.06.10 at 7:12 pm

Plaintiff guy: watch Ken Burns documentary on the American West. Tens of thousands of “hispanics” settled, established ranches, founded towns in what became Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and even Texas, centuries BEFORE the land became governed by the United States. Pale bigots and thieves systematically stole their holdings of these “Christian”, “civilized” original Americans.

#5 Plaintiff Guy on 07.07.10 at 11:58 am


You’re right, hispanics deserve to become citizens before city of Sioux Falls administration.

Wow, I’ve learned to twist things around! I should run for Pharoah of Sioux Falls.

I watched much of the History Channel documentary. It’s a better way to tell the story. This country barely came into being. I’m astounded at how brilliant the forefathers were in breaking away from England.