I was at Thursday's USA-Honduras games, and was impressed by the large number of Honduran fans, as well as their enthusiasm. But what I saw and heard raised a few questions: 1. I assume that most of the Honduran fans are naturalized US citizens who emigrated here from Honduras. Is that true? 2. If so, where does your real loyalty lie - to the USA or to Honduras? It was obvious which team you supported (Honduras), but do you not feel any loyalty to the country that allowed you in, and allowed you to become citizens? 3. If Honduras was playing Colombia, for example, I could understand you rooting for Honduras. But shouldn't you support the USA MNT also? 4. It was great to hear you all singing the Honduran national anthem before the game, but you folks in blue and white were very quiet during the playing of the Star-Spangled Banner. Why was that? 5. How many of you Honduran-born naturalized US citizens plan to attend the USA-Panama final on Sunday, to root for the MNT of your adopted country? 6. Don't get me wrong...I am all for immigration. My great-grandparents came to America in the 1800's. But once they were naturalized, they thought of themselves as AMERICANS. Do you?