How Do You Say English Only! In Spanish?


By: John Lillpop

Hooray for common sense and the American way! Good news comes to us this day from Wichita, Kansas.

That is because of a ruling by U.S. District Judge J. Thomas Marten in which he ruled that St. Anne Catholic School’s English-only policy did NOT create a “hostile educational environment” for Hispanic students.

Judge Marten went on to deny a request from three Hispanic families to end the practice at St. Anne; therefore, English-only will continue to be the official school policy.

Although the victory is quite gratifying, it is a pity that so much time and money was wasted pandering to muddled Hispanics who refuse to assimilate.

This is another example of why America needs a Constitutional Amendment to make English the official language in the United States–and the only language for government, education, law, commerce, and other vital venues.

This is, after all, America, and we speak English here!

To those who are bothered by English, be advised that America has good highways and roads leading southward, to a third-world slum where Spanish is spoken.

That would be Mexico, and do not the door hit you and your tribe of illiterate peasants in the posteriors on your way out!

By the way judge, did you verify the immigration status of the plaintiffs? Odds are, the complaining parties are illegal aliens who have no right to be in American to begin with.

God Bless America and English-Only!

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