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May 19, 2006


-- by Dave Johnson

Senate Votes English as 'National Language',

After an emotional debate fraught with symbolism, the Senate yesterday voted to make English the "national language" of the United States, declaring that no one has a right to federal communications or services in a language other than English...
I think the idea that a majority can vote to require everyone to speak their language is a BIG mistake. You see, I live in California and my Spanish is not fluent.

Posted by Dave Johnson at May 19, 2006 3:35 PM

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