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Old 09-23-2002, 11:32 PM   #20
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I can agree with you to the point where you said..

Being a member of a state tribe is like being a member of a club. Pay your member fees, wear your club T-Shirt around, and you too can join for whatever reason! You can go to club meetings. talk about what you should do and how to do it and how righteous your club is and go home feeling good about yourself!!

I have lots of friends that are state recognized, and they are not in it for the money. These people have struggled just as much as your forefathers have. Their tribes have been state recognized for 60+ years. So how can you compare apples to oranges, when half this wannabes have been trying to get recognized in the past 10 years? You know what I mean. Where were they 60 years the mines, mining their crystal they worship?
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