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Mar 07 2012

Students Punished as “Racist” for Chanting “USA”

If there’s one thing moonbats hate, it’s love of country — to the point that chanting “USA” can get you in hot water if you find yourself under the thumb of the liberal ideologues running our schools:

A local school district is apologizing after an apparent incident of racism at a boys high school basketball game this past weekend.

When the final whistle blew Saturday, Alamo Heights celebrated a convincing victory over San Antonio Edison.

Alamo Heights Head Coach Andrew Brewer said he was proud of his team. … But it was just after the trophy presentation when the coach was not proud of the chant coming from Alamo Heights fans.

“USA, USA, USA,” they chanted.

The horror. Since the charge of “jingoism” doesn’t carry any weight beyond the New York Times’ readership, the players have been denounced as “racist.” Punishment has been swift and severe:

Alamo Heights has apologized to [San Antonio Independent School District] and the students identified will also have to apologize and have been banned from the state title games.

Presumably any kid with enough spine to refuse to apologize for loving his country is through playing basketball for Alamo Heights. William Travis, Davy Crockett, and Jim Bowie weep forgotten in their graves.

Liberalism isn’t just asinine and disgusting. It is an existential threat to our civilization. No one witnessing the local media’s tone of self-righteous hysteria could fail to realize that libs want to make it unthinkable that normal Americans would express pride in their own existence.

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The educrats at Alamo Heights don’t want anyone to remember the Alamo.

On tips from Whotothewhat, Shawn, and J.



64 Responses to “Students Punished as “Racist” for Chanting “USA””

  1. StanInTexas says:

    This is where we have come to… It is not RACIST to be proud of your own country, while in your own country!!!

    Take a bow Liberals. This is one more of your bricks in the wall!

  2. StanInTexas says:

    SORRY, “not racist” should be NOW RACIST.

    PIMF, PIMF!!!

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  4. MooCowBang says:

    I cant tell you guys how much I want to choke out every one of those so-called educators for allowing this spineless display of communism go unchallenged at an American school. If only we had a figurehead that would step in and neutralize this kind of behavior. Quickly, loudly, and with much vehemence and prejudice against the perpetrators of this overt act of treason.

    I seriously cant believe that a coach of an American sport would call his own team racist for chanting “USA” after winning. What a god-damn douchbag. I just want to mash his fucking face into the ground for this.

  5. Jimbo says:

    You won’t believe I (of all people) am saying this – but the chant was somewhat insensitive, and I don’t believe it had a lot to do with ‘love of country’, but was directed as a putdown to the abilities of Mexican basketball players.

    Mexicans aren’t great b-ballers. Not a lot of NBA players are Mexican, huh?

    San Antonio has about 1.3 million people. Of those about 900k are Mexican. White kids are a decided minority, and so they perhaps relish victory a little too rigorously. Stuff like that happens in high school – always has and always will.

  6. Wilberforce says:

    How was it be racist when both teams are citizens of The U.S.A.?

  7. Wilberforce says:

    ^^ Well that was unintentional misspelling/humor on my part 🙂

  8. StanInTexas says:

    Jimbo, chanting USA while in the United States of America is NEVER insensitive, regardless of the use.

    If we cannot even be patriotic within our own country for fear of offending someone, then we are in SERIOUS trouble.

  9. MidWestFarmer says:

    There is no guarantee all the players were citizens. All to often they are illegal invaders sucking up taxpayer money for welfare and education.

  10. Chris in N.Va. says:

    ALAMO! ALAMO! ALAMO!
    ALAMO! ALAMO! ALAMO!

    BTW, we’re sorry — deeply and truly sorry — that you guys felt compelled to demonstrate your miserable athletic inferiority to us. But, hey, that was YOUR choice and who are WE to deny you freedom of choice? It’s a free country, yes?

    Have a nice AMERICAN day!

  11. Beef says:

    Well, at least the story is somewhat illuminating. When someone says “America”, liberals think “White”. Therefore any expression of patriotism is an expression of pro-white sentiment, which is of course “racist”.

    To liberals, America is illegitimate because it is white. It can only redeem itself by becoming non-white.

    You see this same conflation of race and culture in the UK, where expressing any unease with Islam gets you branded a racist.

    This is what “Change” means.

  12. Linda says:

    Chris in N.Va ~ Amen!!! America Forever! American even!

  13. TexasDoc says:

    What happens when liberal morons take over the educational system and bring their politically correct horse$h!t with them.

  14. Georgetown Fluking & Glee Club says:

    Insensitive? WTF are you talking about? Did the San Antonio team suit up Mexican nationals? Get a effin’ life! Implying that there was a racial element here is just assinine.

  15. lagnar says:

    Remember how “mexican-americans” booed our team last year?

    http://offthebench.nbcsports.com/2011/06/27/mexican-american-soccer-fans-boo-the-u-s-flag-in-gold-cup-not-nice-los-estupidos/

    @ MooCowBang. “What a god-damn douchbag. I just want to mash his fucking face into the ground for this.” Amen!

  16. StanInTexas says:

    Lagnar, I remember how a Hispanic principal in an American school punished American students for wearing America-themed patriotic shirts on May 5th (Cinco de Mayo) becasue the Mexicans might be offended and riot.

    It is bad enough when we grovel to other cultures in their own country, but I refuse to bow and scrape to other cultures in THIS country.

  17. lao says:

    San Antonio Independent School District officials took the chant as a racial insult to a school with all minority players from a school with mostly white ones.

  18. dmgore says:

    Since when does the US have a “race”?
    DM

  19. Chris in N.Va. says:

    “…from a school with *mostly* white ones.”

    Hmm….anyone know of the non-mostly, non-white players joined in the insensitive, racist chant? (If so, were they coerced by their White Overlord/Masters?)

  20. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, if the students on the opposing team were Americans, why would they be offended.

    And if they are not Americans, then SCREW THEM!

  21. lao says:

    Alamo Heights Head Coach Andrew Brewer said he was proud of his team. … But it was just after the trophy presentation when the coach was not proud of the chant coming from Alamo Heights fans.

  22. Ummah Gummah says:

    Jimbo says:
    March 7, 2012 at 10:33 am
    You won’t believe I (of all people) am saying this – but the chant was somewhat insensitive, and I don’t believe it had a lot to do with ‘love of country’, but was directed as a putdown to the abilities of Mexican basketball players.

    Mexicans aren’t great b-ballers. Not a lot of NBA players are Mexican, huh?

    San Antonio has about 1.3 million people. Of those about 900k are Mexican. White kids are a decided minority, and so they perhaps relish victory a little too rigorously. Stuff like that happens in high school – always has and always will.

    Oh it was inseeeeenseeeeteeeve.. I see.

    Well what about the Mexican soccer fans who whistle down the Anthem before games played in say, Los Angeles, San Diego and othe rplaces inside the USA?

    Ever seen how these animals behave DURING these games?

    Talk about racist..

    .

  23. Understated says:

    What a bunch of race-baiting, politically correct BS.

  24. James Whale says:

    They are only doing that because it is wrestler Hacksaw Jim Dugggan’s chant.

  25. Uneducated Moonbat says:

    THAT’S RACIST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  26. Bill T says:

    And this story comes out on the 176th anniversary of the Battle of the Alamo and the day before the its fall!

    In one of the comments at the mysanantonio.com article, the writer says:
    Before the game Edison disrespectfully interrupted the National Anthem with yelling for their team, while their basketball players did not even put their hands over their hearts. They chanted “Alamo Whites” and “overrated” before anything “offensive” was said to the Edison side at the start of the game, as well as booing Eddie when Alamo Heights chanted for him. Why is this not reported?

  27. StanInTexas says:

    Bill, because that does not follow the racist narrative the paper is trying to foist.

    Hispanics showing pride in their heritage and being disrespectful to others, NO BIG DEAL. Americans in America giving them a taste of their own medicine, RAAAAAAAAAACIST!!!!!

  28. Shooter1001 says:

    If you can’t win at BBall then go play soccer! Quit whining!
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA
    USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA USA

  29. Joe (the real one) says:

    Telling libs to quit whining is like telling fish to quit swimming. Ain’t gonna happen.

  30. Chris in N.Va. says:

    Next up:

    White fans shall be henceforth forbidden from cheering on and celebrating their winning teams, except in narrow-defined, (il)Liberally-approved ways.

    White winning teams will be required to hang their heads in shame if the losing team is of a prescribed ethnic composition, especially if the score is too lopsided.

    Non-white losing team members will be receive special “achievement” trophies and will be provided with lengthy (and taxpayer-paid) psychological PTSD counseling to help them cope with the indignity of losing, especially if the winning team’s ethnic make-up is of a specified ethnic composition.

    Don’t we all feel better now?

  31. AlphaMail says:

    Jimbo

    Hang in there.

    I’m frickin’ flabberghasted by everybody jumping on one of the most conservative bloggers on this site.

    If it means anything, at first the chanting seemed insensitive to me too. And you aren’t gonna go much further right than me. My first question was WTF?

    My first thought was, what if the other guys are all American citizens? If that was the case, then the chants had more to do with race than basketball, which is everything you and I, and most – if not all – of the bloggers on this site are against.

    I agreed with you, but now that Bill T has included some other nasty facts about Edison, we’re both proved wrong. I can live with that.

    But that doesn’t take away the fact that without additional information you first questioned the motive – as you should have. Others may disagree, but you have my respect for that. And for your honesty.

    I believe you and Stan and I are all white guys who stay locked and loaded at all times, and I know all of us are the first to defend the flag and shout “USA.”

  32. Shooter1001 says:

    Joe:
    There oughtta be a law against whining. Every liberal would be on death row! Premeditated whining with intent to bore somebody to death!

  33. Reiuxcat says:

    Having been a lifeguard at the Alamo Heights swimming pool in the summer of ’78, one thing y’all may not know is Alamo Heights is a very affluent city within the San Antonio city limits. It is very possible the Alamo whites chant was also a 99%er thing slap at the AH team.

    Just a thought.

  34. StanInTexas says:

    Alpha, although I have never worn the uniform of the military, I love this country and will defend her against all enemies foreign or domestic.

    These losers that come to this nation and DEMAND that we put aside our culture in deference to theirs can kiss my ass REPEATEDLY.

    Tolerance is a two-way street.

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  36. Jimbo says:

    @AlphaMail – thanks for the encouragement, but I have thick skin (comes from 30 years of marriage).

    I simply know from my school days that being vindictive comes more naturally at that age than patriotism.

  37. AlphaMail says:

    StaninTexas

    Well said.

    I was Army Airborne, LAPD, and worked on several top-secret Air Force bases. I agree with you 100%.

    As you know the people who don’t believe what you and I believe, and who want to put aside our culture, heritage, and value systems, go on websites and disrespect other people by calling them Stanwee, Timmy, and Bobby. They don’t argue for justice, they argue only to win an argument. Yes, those people, and anyone else who disrespects the greatest country on earth, can kiss our asses repeatedly.

    In the earlier post, I know Jimbo (who has posted here for years) had the right intentions, as did I, but we jumped the gun. Other dipshits get on the thread and call him a whiner. What short-sighted remarks.

    Just because some Mexicans call me names, I’m not going to stoop to their level and do the same thing. I either vote their enablers out of office, or stay locked and loaded and wait for the end game.

    Having said that, I was a cop in L.A. when East L.A. (Whittier, et.al.) was predominately latino. Now, after a couple of decades of ProgLib (mis) management and freebies, it seems the lower half of California is latino – and not necessarily legal.

    Absolutely free un-entitled services have been granted illegals in California, to the point where emergency medical centers (ER’s) have been bankrupted and have had to close; the school systems have been drained of money to the point they can no longer provide basic elementary education; and the prison system, nearly half of which is illegal alien, is busting at the seams to the point they are required to let the a**holes go because of over-crowding rules.

    All of this with over half the people in California now speaking only Spanish, LaRaza screaming for the return of American territory as far north as the Pacific Northwest, and Obysmal putting LaRaza bigwigs at his side.

    As you know, and Jimbo knows, and I know, the situation is nearly at a tipping point of no return. Another decade and I wouldn’t doubt the latino vote would have the numbers to actually create a Southern California secession back to Mexico.

    As you obviously understand, the issues are greater than going after Jimbo because he (like me) questioned whether there was an unprovoked racist comment – something conservatives stand against. We spoke too soon. ‘Nuff said.

    The real issue is getting Obummer out of office so we can close the border and stop the flow. Even that may be at the tipping point. The Mexican government has been asking Obama for help for years, and his answer has been Fast and Furious, no support for our border agents, crapping on Arizona and Texas, no fence, continued benefits, and appeasement that draws them over the border like moths to a light.

    The people rushing to judgment on this site today should be going after Ovirus’s policies that created this mess, not after someone who has vehemently been fighting for the right cause all this time.

    Thanks Stan, good post.

  38. AlphaMail says:

    Jimbo…..amen

  39. Jimbo says:

    And as far as screaming “Remember the Alamo” or some such – many more Mexicans died defending the Alamo than did Anglo folks. So that wouldn’t fly, either.

  40. lao says:

    LOL!! Alpha you should really pay attention to what I get called and accused of, before you whine about “stanwee”.

  41. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, the difference is that everything said about you is true, while all you can do is LIE & LIE & LIE!

  42. lao says:

    LOL!! Poor stanwee, did you forget you just thanked me in another thread for mentioning the success of Joe the Plumber?

  43. StanInTexas says:

    The election isn’t over yet, Lao. It is far too early for you to be gloating.

    And I never claimed he would win, only that it was good to have a REAL American running, as opposed to the treasonous Democrats that are in the race!

  44. lao says:

    Your REAL American isn’t even supported by the Republicans. Are they “treasonous” too?

    Actually, they recognize a cheap hustler on the make and they let him run in a district he has no chance of winning.

    No surprise he’s got your support.

  45. StanInTexas says:

    And where did I say I support him?

    Lao, you can’t even insult people without lying?

  46. lao says:

    You oppose the “treasonous Democrats” so that leaves Joe.

  47. StanInTexas says:

    Lao, once again your lies are boring and off-topic.

    Run away now.

  48. lao says:

    LOL!! Sure stanwee.

    I notice it was nearly 4 when you posted and you seldom post after that time ’cause that’s when your mummy comes home. See ya tomorrow.

  49. Bill T says:

    Jimbo says:
    And as far as screaming “Remember the Alamo” or some such – many more Mexicans died defending the Alamo than did Anglo folks. So that wouldn’t fly, either.

    Jimbo here’s a list of names and nationalities
    http://www.thealamo.org/battle/defenders.php

  50. Bob Roberts says:

    Just saw that show on the History Channel that talks about each of the states – what they had to say about Texas at this point was this: Texas is an example of extreme illegal immigration. Their support for that statement was convoluted though as they had just pointed out that the Americans who came into Texas while it was in Mexican hands had been invited there by the Mexican government then, as they chafed at the ridiculous laws that government forced on them, the decided to secede from Mexico and they did. Thus was born the Republic of Texas.

    And before all you morons start talking about how White Europeans stole the western hemisphere, keep in mind recent finds suggest that the very first settlers who arrived here were whites from Europe.

  51. Bob Roberts says:

    lao says: March 7, 2012 at 11:23 am
    San Antonio Independent School District officials took the chant as a racial insult to a school with all minority players from a school with mostly white ones.

    ——————
    lao and the other racists are trying to make this a racist issue – THAT IS THE WHOLE POINT – IT IS NOT A RACE ISSUE! National pride is NOT an issue of race. America, lest you forget, lao, is the land where we do our best to IGNORE race, ethnicity, etc. Some, LIKE YOU and those who are “upset” at changes of “USA USA USA” because THEY FALSELY PERCEIVE THEM AS RACIST are the ones stoking the fires of racism.

    Now if you were to say this was a display of nationalistic fervor then yes, you would be correct. They didn’t say any racist things, they only expressed their pride in their country. And, as has been pointed out, apparently the other team may have overly represented those who seem to think that parts of the USA are or should be Mexican? Is that the REAL issue here? That some hispanics who come to America choose to be Mexicans instead of Americans? Don’t get me wrong – I love Mexicans and hispanics in general, except those who flaunt and break our laws and come here illegally and those who seem to put being Mexican above being American yet still choose to be in American instead of Mexico.

    I welcome immigrants but I expect, for instance, Italians who come here to be AMERICAN-ITALIANS, Africans who come here to be AMERICAN-AFRICANS and Mexicans who come here to be AMERICAN-MEXICANS. If you won’t put America first, please leave and, as was noted above, TUCK A COUPLE LIBERALS UNDER YOUR ARMS AS YOU LEAVE – TAKE THEM WITH YOU.

    As for you, lao, if you truly are a Canadian, please find a Canadian blog/board to spread your nonsense and misery. We get enough of that here from idiot Americans and don’t need yours.

  52. lao says:

    When one American team beats another in football, baseball, hockey etc. how often do you see the fans celebrate by chanting USA?

  53. MooCowBang says:

    Jimbo says:
    March 7, 2012 at 2:58 pm And as far as screaming “Remember the Alamo” or some such – many more Mexicans died defending the Alamo than did Anglo folks. So that wouldn’t fly, either.

    Yah…im going to go ahead and call you a god-damn bullshit artist for that. Either that or a mexican occupationist sympathizer. Either way…stop trying to rewrite history, douchebag. Way to try to take away the honor, courage, and commitment of True Americans as they lost their lives to a fuckin pre-1990’s mexican la raza gang led by a pussy who shit his pants when he was finally caught.

  54. MooCowBang says:

    When one American team beats another in football, baseball, hockey etc. how often do you see the fans celebrate by chanting USA?

    None, bitch…so whats your point? Our kids cant be proud of their American Heritage which led them to strive to be better than the mongrel folk from below the Rio Grande?

  55. StanInTexas says:

    Loa, there is nothing wrong with anyone chanting USA at any game of any kind WITHIN the United States.

    Are you too blind to see that, or just too stupid?

  56. Bill T says:

    Jimbo here is another list that you wont find any hispanic names on it, other than the ones committing the atrocities.
    http://www.tamu.edu/faculty/ccbn/dewitt/goliadmenframe.htm

  57. chuck in st paul says:

    Yo! lao, et al… since when is “Mexican” or “American” a race??? The very idea that chanting “USA” is racist is so completely moronic it is laughable. Mexicans are not a race any more than any other nation. duh.

    AND… beaners, if ya can’t take it then don’t dish it out wetback.

  58. White_Polluter says:

    Stan/Jimbo-

    Thanks for keeping the discussion out of the gutter.

    I work about 1/2 mile from the Alamo Heights HS. This is the first I’ve heard of this story.

  59. FrankW says:

    Just for the trollilogicly oriented. The school performing the chant (chanters) did likely have a intent behind the chant that went beyond love of country. The targets (chantees) were from a high school that is suspected of having a large percentage of illegals. Not racist (legalist?, illegalist?) but still oriented at the legal status. Libs don’t get it, far and away most of us could not possible care less where they are from, just are they here legally. If they were Canadian we would be just as pissed about the maple syrup sucking “eh” boys. And for the activist types remember this, it was a chant devoid of ethnic slurs, no violence, and not directed at any one person, civil rights era and pre-civil rights era blacks would call the illegals wusses for their reaction. Not to mention the crap my Irish ancestors (found out I’m partially Mick after a relative did an exhaustive genealogy) went thru after getting here (and they arrived legally).

  60. tenntex2 says:

    @moocowbang…tis better to get past revisionist history and learn the truth before putting your foot in your mouth…there were aprox 80 Mexicans who died defending the Alamo, only six, thats 6 were born North of the Rio Grande. Juan Seguin…namesake of Seguin County Tex. was their commander and was the individual that delivered Travis’ immortal plea to Sam Houston…He also commanded a unit of Mexicans alongside Houston on the San Jacinto Battlefield.

  61. Bill T says:

    tenntex2
    Not even close.
    “there were aprox 80 Mexicans who died defending the Alamo”

    This list contains names of men who are known to have died in defense of the Alamo. For more information on the Alamo defenders, please click the defender’s name and you will be sent to the Handbook of Texas On-Line.
    http://www.thealamo.org/battle/defenders.php

    Defender’s Name Birthplace
    Abamillo, Juan TX
    Allen, Robert VA
    Andross, Miles DeForrest VT
    Autry, Micajah NC
    Badillo, Juan A. TX
    Bailey, Peter James III KY
    Baker, Isaac G. AR
    Baker, William Charles M. MO
    Ballentine, John J. PA
    Ballantine, Richard W. Scotland
    Baugh, John J. VA
    Bayliss, Joseph TN
    Blair, John TN
    Blair, Samuel TN
    Blazeby, William England
    Bonham, James Butler SC
    Bourne, Daniel England
    Bowie, James KY
    Bowman, Jesse B. TN
    Brown, George England
    Brown, James PA
    Brown, Robert unknown
    Buchanan, James AL
    Burns, Samuel E. Ireland
    Butler, George, D. MO
    Cain, John PA
    Campbell, Robert TN
    Carey, William R. VA
    Clark, Charles Henry MO
    Clark, M.B. MS
    Cloud, Daniel William KY
    Cochran, Robert E. NH
    Cottle, George Washington MO
    Courtman, Henry Germany
    Crawford, Lemuel SC
    Crockett, David TN
    Crossman, Robert PA
    Cummings, David P. PA
    Cunningham, Robert NY
    Darst, Jacob C. KY
    Davis, John KY
    Day, Freeman H.K. unknown
    Day, Jerry C. MO
    Daymon, Squire TN
    Dearduff, William TN
    Dennison, Stephen England or Ireland
    Despallier, Charles LA
    Dewall, Lewis NY
    Dickinson, Almeron TN
    Dillard, John Henry TN
    Dimpkins, James R. England
    Duvalt, Andrew Ireland
    Espalier, Carlos TX
    Esparza, Gregorio TX
    Evans, Robert Ireland
    Evans, Samuel B. NY
    Ewing, James L. TN
    Faunterloy, William Keener KY
    Fishbaugh, William unknown
    Flanders, John MA
    Floyd, Dolphin Ward NC
    Forsyth, John Hubbard NY
    Fuentes, Antonio TX
    Fuqua, Galba AL
    Garnett, William VA
    Garrand, James W. LA
    Garrett, James Girard TN
    Garvin, John E. unknown
    Gaston, John E. KY
    George, James unknown
    Goodrich, John C. VA
    Grimes, Albert Calvin GA
    Guerrero, José María TX
    Gwynne, James C. England
    Hannum, James PA
    Harris, John KY
    Harrison, Andrew Jackson TN
    Harrison, William B OH
    Hawkins, Joseph M. Ireland
    Hays, John M. TN
    Heiskell, Charles M. TN
    Herndon, Patrick Henry VA
    Hersee, William Daniel England
    Holland, Tapley OH
    Holloway, Samuel PA
    Howell, William D. MA
    Jackson, Thomas Ireland
    Jackson, William Daniel KY
    Jameson, Green B. KY
    Jennings, Gordon C. CT
    Jimenes (Ximenes), Damacio TX
    Johnson, Lewis Wales
    Johnson, William PA
    Jones, John NY
    Kellog, John Benjamin KY
    Kenney, James VA
    Kent, Andrew KY
    Kerr, Joseph LA
    Kimbell, George C. PA
    King, William Philip TX
    Lewis, William Irvine VA
    Lightfoot, William J. VA
    Lindley, Jonathan L. IL
    Linn, William MA
    Losoya, Toribio TX
    Main, George Washington
    Malone, William T. GA
    Marshall, William TN
    Martin, Albert RI
    McCafferty, Edward unknown
    McCoy, Jesse TN
    McDowell, William PA
    McGee, James Ireland
    McGregor, John Scotland
    McKinney, Robert TN
    Melton, Eliel GA
    Miller, Thomas R. TN
    Mills, William TN
    Millsaps, Isaac MS
    Mitchell, Edwin T. unknown
    Mitchell, Napoleon B. unknown
    Mitchusson, Edward F. VA
    Moore, Robert B. VA
    Moore, Willis A. MS
    Musselman, Robert OH
    Nava, Andrés TX
    Neggan, George SC
    Nelson, Andrew M. TN
    Nelson, Edward SC
    Nelson, George SC
    Northcross, James VA
    Nowlan, James England
    Pagan, George unknown
    Parker, Christopher Adam unknown
    Parks, William NC
    Perry, Richardson TX
    Pollard, Amos MA
    Reynolds, John Purdy PA
    Roberts, Thomas H. unknown
    Robertson, James Waters TN
    Robinson, Isaac Scotland
    Rose, James M. OH
    Rusk, Jackson J. Ireland
    Rutherford, Joseph KY
    Ryan, Isaac LA
    Scurlock, Mial NC
    Sewell, Marcus L. England
    Shied, Manson GA
    Simmons, Cleveland Kinlock SC
    Smith, Andrew H.
    Smith, Charles S. MD
    Smith, Joshua G. NC
    Smith, William H. unknown
    Starr, Richard England
    Stewart, James E. England
    Stockton, Richard L. NJ
    Summerlin, A. Spain TN
    Summers, William E. TN
    Sutherland, William DePriest unknown
    Taylor, Edward TN
    Taylor, George TN
    Taylor, James TN
    Taylor, William TN
    Thomas, B. Archer M. KY
    Thomas, Henry Germany
    Thompson, Jesse G. AR
    Thomson, John W. NC
    Thruston, John, M. PA
    Trammel, Burke Ireland
    Travis, William Barret SC
    Tumlinson, George W. MO
    Tylee, James NY
    Walker, Asa TN
    Walker, Jacob TN
    Ward, William B. Ireland
    Warnell, Henry unknown
    Washington, Joseph G. KY
    Waters, Thomas England
    Wells, William GA
    White, Isaac AL or KY
    White, Robert unknown
    Williamson, Hiram James PA
    Wills, William unknown
    Wilson, David L. Scotland
    Wilson, John PA
    Wolf, Anthony unknown
    Wright, Claiborne NC
    Zanco, Charles Denmark

  62. White_Polluter says:

    Interviewed 4 people at my office who went to either Edison or Alamo Heights, and one guy whose son is at Alamo Heights this year as a senior. Vote was 5-0 that the chant was meant as a put down of the Edison kids.

    Alamo Heights is the wealthiest part of San Antonio. Edison has a very high proportion of Hispanic students. I wasn’t there, but, sad to say, I don’t think the USA chant had anything to do with love of country.


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