|Five years from now this picture will be different|
I did some research and discover defining 'white' is not as easy as it sounds, unless you're from one of the southern tier states. Some people view Spaniards as white and others don't. There are a number of Latino families out there who consider themselves white and yet they are darker then Marco Rubio. Speaking of him, one can only wonder what he calls himself in his heart of hearts. I suspect he thinks of himself as white. In some of the Central Balkan countries religious ethnicity seems to take a big part in considering if one is labeled dark or light white, irrelevant of the actual skin shade. Believe me, this gets really complicated. Take a trip to Italy and you'll find a lot of dark skinned people who, if they lived in this country, would call themselves white even though many of the residents of Tulsa would call them Latino. Of course being 'white' doesn't really mean anything. Boy, is time proving that to be true. If you look at all the children under 5 in this country, 49.9 % are considered minorities. This year or next that number is going to change. This is how it goes.