To the Editor:
I read an article where 150 people from 40 different countries received their U.S. citizenship (Nov. 17, KDH).
Now, how can that many people from other countries want to (become citizens) — and will, by the articles of this country’s Founding Fathers?
This is the reason we are in such a case, because, for example, we don’t have a common language, English.
Many people are gravitating to this country as a means of escape and don’t care about this country nor its heritage.
So we continue to mire in this mess. We are willing to say it’s America, but they don’t know a thing about its foundation,