Does he mean that other countries still struggle with the legacy of their past treatments of their indigenous populations? That some know-nothings like him don't struggle with the legacy of our past treatment of Native Americans? Or what, exactly?
Europeans invaded the continent first, but they initially colonized only Latin America and the Eastern Seaboard. It was Americans who invaded Indians lands throughout the rest of the present-day USA. I mean true-blue, God-fearing Americans like you and your ancestors, Reiland.
The "free bingo licenses and tax-free Marlboros" are a consequence of tribal sovereignty. This isn't something Americans "gave" to Indians. Tribes were sovereign before America was settled. The US Constitution recognized this sovereignty, but it did not create or grant it.
More to the point, it doesn't negate the Euro-American conquest of the hemisphere's inhabitants. A guy's family is raped and killed...and his distant descendants make a lot of money. Does one "side" balance the other?
To make this glaringly obvious, would you sacrifice your friends and relatives for $350,000 a year? Hmm...didn't think so. Unless you're willing to give up everything you know, don't bother telling us that a few tribes' riches negates five centuries of genocidal actions.
For more on the subject, see "Balanced' View of Wounded Knee and Genocide by Any Other Name.... For more stupidity like this, see the Stereotype of the Month contest.
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