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RockStrongo Wrote: Nov 07, 2012 2:28 PM
Who here thinks a state should be able to make Espanol el numero uno language of their state if the citizens of that state so choose? Many states have Spanish names, like Florida, California, Arizona, Nevada, Montana and Colorado to name a few. If the LEGAL citizens of one of those states want to mandate Spanish to be the official language; are they within their US Constitutional rights to do so?

It's over at last, Now we know. Or do we? The voting may have ended, but the counting continues. Here's hoping that by the time these lines appear in print we'll know who'll be the next president of the United States.

Elections are supposed to be provide finality in a democracy, and when they don't, when they just prolong the uncertainty, democracy has been deprived of decision. The country is denied clear leadership, the new president a clear mandate. Nobody wins if nobody wins.

Someone once said that final decisions of the U.S. Supreme Court aren't necessarily right; they're right because...