“I am very proud of my heritage!”

I did not get a DNA test,

(they are useless anyway),

I didn’t get permission

from the government

or any

(Casino and/or Reservation Indian),

I just believed my ancestors (family), from birth!

What is the difference between my family’s stories and that of Elizabeth Warrens?

I pledge allegiance to the flag, to this country, and to “God”

“I am very proud of my heritage,” Walkingfox “These are my family stories.”

“This is what my sisters, brother and I were told by my mom and my dad.”

Mother (Kelly), you have some Catholic Irish Blood running through your veins.

Father (Storey), you have some Protestant Irish Blood running around in your body.

On one of my trips while in the navy, to Ireland back in the early 60’s,

I stopped at a pub with a few of my shipmates.

Push came to shove, so to speak,

when a patron of the pub states that he could tell each of our heritages.

At my turn I stated my mothers name.

His answer,






“You have some Catholic and from around Dublin.”


That was easy, let’s see this and I told him my father’s name.

To my surprise he said,


“Protestant from somewhere around Belfast!”

He even told me about

a Storey Castle

that was destroyed long ago.

At no time with this and the rest of my visits

to this beautiful country (Ireland),

did anyone question

my Irish background,


So, what’s the difference between my statement and that of Elizabeth’s?”

I am not running for an office against a “Republican!”

Been their years ago,

done that years ago,


won years ago!”

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“I am very proud of my heritage,” Warren told NPR. “These are my family stories. This is what my brothers and I were told by my mom and my dad, my mamaw and my papaw. This is our lives. And I’m very proud of it.”