Yea, and I mean that was probably the worst Cherokee Grandmother syndrome story I've ever heard too, especially considering how many Americans have pretty good family rumor stories, where they've gone back for years, with actual reasons for why they knew this. I mean, even I have better Native American ancestor stories than her, but I really don't know how true they are, as I haven't been able to confirm, or deny them, but without something to corroborate it, I certainly wouldn't be putting down that I am Native American on my job applications based on a family rumor. And especially not if my only reason was because some grandma having high cheek bones.... WTF? But you're definitely right. Nothing could possibly be funnier... I still can't believe she said that. She's a politician, she had to know this would all come back to bite her. Why didn't she have something better prepared to say?? I mean, seriously, has nobody ever questioned her before, or did people just accept the high cheek bone thing? Maybe I could join the Mayflower society because I had a great grandparent who was a prohibitionist and a total killjoy... lol.