Columbus sailed the ocean, too
He had three ships and left from reign
He sailed through sunship, wind, and rain (...)
Wow. That's all I gotta say, just wow. This has got to be, by far, my favorite holiday. And why not? It celebrates everyone's favorite explorer: Christopher Columbus! I just can't believe some people discredit him for the like of that old nut job, Zheng He. Some people are just ignorant.
On this wholesome family holiday, I would like to bestow a questionnaire regarding it, and the values it teaches us in day-to-day life.
Here are a few key-terms to keep us focused:
1. Do you believe knowledge of past explorers should be a requirement for the right to vote?
2. From a political stance, would it be considered unnecessary for Columbus Day to be a national holiday? If not, why? If so, please explain.
It would be helpful if you would "echo" the question. Thank you, and I hope you enjoyed your holiday.