In response to Mr. David D. Murray, Esq.'s letter about the English language
of this country is not "official". You see, one does not need to cite any
laws, regulations about which language is official. You may as well speak
your native tongue in your own home but when you walk outside there must be
a single common language to communicate with ALL of your fellow
As far as I'm concern, English has been spoken in this country by a far
wider margin of people than Spanish or Italian or Chinese, then you better
be able to speak English if you want to get anywhere ahead. So if Mr.
Murray doesn't like the idea of English as the "official" language of this
country, then he can pack up and move to Tijuana. Comprende amigo?
Las Vegas, NV
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