At this years MLB All-Star Game, New York-born Puerto Rican million dollar salsa singer, actor and mainstream overall star Marc Anthony was chosen to sing "God Bless America" in Queens, New York. His hometown. Twitter would then be bombarded with racial comments ranging from "dirty mexican" to "why isn't God Bless America being sung by an American?". http://www.buzzfeed.com/adriancarra...ts-damn-mind-after-marc-anthony-sings-god-ble You know, I could've sworn we lived in an age where we could at least get our geography straight. Because last I checked both Mexico and PR happen to be in America. I also thought this country was against racism. You know given the amazing backlash the Zimmerman case produced this very same week. Then comes the end of the week and good ol' "we hate racists" America shoots itself on the foot. I hate a lot of people in PR. The country has become a shit hole, but I still lived the first 21 years of my pissant life there and I'm fucking proud of my "I can't afford shit" youth. And if I could stare any of the idiots who twat this shit (nope, not "tweeted"), I'd punch them square in their stupid, brainless face. For sheer, unbridled ignorance. How was this accomplished in a country built on immigration, in a town renowned for it's immensely diverse cultural background? I don't recall people on the IWC taking a dump on Lillian Garcia when she sang the national anthem at Wrestlemania. Did you?