Friday, May 19, 2006


It's still Language, no matter how you say it

Why does it matter so much that there be an "official" language in the United States?

In some sense it will be good for limiting excessive expenses by the Federal government in communicating its agenda and furthering its coercion. So in some sense it is a limit to an excessively PC government, but it is also limiting the ability for those not knowledgeable of the English language to be unaware of the government's continued coercive agenda.

Is it mostly just a matter of nationalism? If so, then it would seem that we are taking this is the wrong direction. In reality, however, I find it hard to believe that it will change much at all. Isn't most everything already done in english anyway? Nothing that is already done multi-lingually will change.

Read the article.

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