EDDIE: You should thank the entire Mexican nation in fact. We owe everything to Mexico down here. Do you realize that? You probably don't realize that, do ya'. We're sittin' on Mexican ground right now. It's only by chance that you and me aren't Mexican ourselves. What kinda' people do you hail from anyway, Martin?
MARTIN: Me? Uh—I don't know. I was adopted.
EDDIE: Oh. You must have a lotta' problems then, huh?
MARTIN: Well—not really, no.
EDDIE: No? You orphans are supposed to steal a lot aren't ya'? Shoplifting and stuff. You're also supposed to be the main group responsible for bumping off our Presidents. (363-367)
This moment is dripping—nay, soaked—with irony. Yes, you read that right: Eddie is suggesting that Martin must have a screwed up family life and "a lotta' problems" because he's adopted.