Monday, September 10, 2007

Walking Talking Spanglish down the hall

Some in Florida opposed the Spanish-language event. "This is a very, very bad precedent," said David Caulkett, vice president of Floridians for Immigration Enforcement.

"It's already difficult to keep track of politicians in English," he said, adding that English "is the official language of Florida and the de facto language of our country."

The Floridians for Immigration Enforcement. . .FLIMEN. . .The geniuses that want you to boycott Budweiser.

Politicians need to be issued GPS ankle bracelets and English Dictionaries, pronto.

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