Tuesday, February 19, 2008
This Day in the History of Regrettable Actions Made Necessary by War
He had some interesting stories to tell about that...and some of the pictures are absolute Smithsonian material. IMHO
Yup, there were jap americans interned in Hawaii.
1) Be a Japanese-American in a internment camp during WW2.
2) Be a US soldier on the Bataan death march (or anywhere as a South Pacific POW).
In comparison, #1 is an unfortunate inconvenience. #2 is a despicable example of complete absence of humanity.
Is it your contention that U.S. Citizens are entitled to disparte treatment because of where they or their parents were born?