Odd to see someone refer to themselves as half-gabacha or gabacho. Do you hate yourselves due to your mixed ancestry or is this some "class" thing? ¬†The US has given Latino's more than enough reason to see themselves as different. I just wish it weren't so, and it needn't be this way but for some incredibly stupid people who manage to get elected. ¬†There is too much emphasis on cultural identity and that inherent nationalism serves to keep us apart "us and them" "Latino and gabacho". ¬†I don't call myself anything but American, even though I have a smidgen of "mixed" ancestry, though sometimes I would rather not be seen as white for what I hope can be perceived as intuitive reasons.