You've obviously got chip on your shoulder because of those damn WASPS who've been so terribly beastly to you.
Sorry, you are wrong. WASP's have actually treated me quite well, including in the military. It is Catholics usually that have the most alienation from me, in my opinion. Here in NYC, Catholics are the top-dog basically, regardless of how many Jews are mayors, or Jews own this or that real estate. However, there seems to be, in my opinion, a collective paranoia (aka, Judeophobia) towards Jews, from NYC Catholics, since Jews are so upwardly mobile through educational efforts. Actually, that only means the children get advanced degrees and move out into the hinterlands in professional capacities. In effect, Catholics in NYC will be left to wallow in the muck of a city that has an under-educated underclass, with looming financial problems at some point in the future. And, needless to say there will be rivalry for the "good" civil service jobs.
WASP's on the other hand do not have to have a "narrative," as to why they are patriotic Americans as "ethnics" (aka, Catholics/Jews) often seem to need in order to feel patriotic, in my opinion. The reason being that WASP's, having come here so early (i.e. 17th and 18th century, or early 19th century), cannot even imagine being anything other than "American," and therefore often look upon "Jews" as just another good resource to make America stronger through innovative technology or whatever (guess who developed both polio vaccines). Let's not forget the 60 million Evangelicals that are pro-Israel and not exactly philo-Catholicism.
Also, I suspect (aka, in my opinion) that many a WASP thinks that a future descendant of some American Jew would be more likely to one day cure cancer, or whatever, but the average ethnic Catholic will have descendants that will be effective civil servants or tradesmen. And, let's not forget that due to Catholic countries historically being so anti-Protestant, there are Protestants today in the U.S. that do believe it would tickle the Catholic Church to make the U.S. a Catholic country in all but name. You do know that many a Catholic parent specifically sends their children to a Parochial School since it was the free public school that was historically thought of as a place where Protestant thinking was being promulgated. And, today in urban centers Parochial Schools still flourish in Catholic neighborhoods for the desire, in my opinion, to have one's children growing up with Catholic friends, almost exclusively.
By the way, while many a U.S. Catholic will adamantly claim that they are non-believers, even to the extent of being an atheist, when a baby is born, that baby still gets Baptized by a priest most of the time, I believe. There is still Communion, and still gets married (the first time) in a Catholic Church.
Who ever thought hypocrisy would become part of the Catholic way? This might be due to the large Protestant population in the U.S., whereby Catholics need to feel that they are not Protestant?