I don't care if you are red, white, yellow, brown, blue or purple. I don't care if you are rich or poor. I don't care if you are gay, straight, bi, lesbian, transgendered, a cross dresser. I don't care if you part your hair on the left or on the right. I don't care what your ethnic backround is. There are lots of things about you that I don't care about one way or the other.
What I do care about is whether or not you consider us to be equals in spite of our differences. I care about whether you think you should be elevated into a special position because of our differeces. I care if you believe that your skin color or ethnicity, your sex or your sexual orientation or your religion should automatically place you into a "disadvantaged" or "special consideration" category or if you think that you should be adopted as a pet by our society because of our superficial differences.
We should expect all persons to adhere to and to operate within the larger American culture, to observe traditional values and to speak the common language of English. The value of an individual in the American culture lies with the individual's ability and willingness to be totally American. It is not to the benefit of our society to be "multicultural" It is benefitting to our society for all persons to adhere to a common culture and set of values.