Thursday, February 21, 2008

Round 5: Is there a downside to the US becoming a bilingual nation?

ANOTHER bomb from Jorge Ramos.

Clinton says she supports English as the common unifying language of the country but that multilingualism is our bridge to the rest of the world. "I encourage people to become bliguial but also want English to remain the common language of our country," she said.

Obama: Wants everyone learn English and have that binding together of our country; also thinks every student should be learning a second language.

Does anyone out there care to have their cake and eat it, too? Anyone? Anyone?

Round 5 is a weak draw.