There was a time when the foundation of our country was credited to three peoples: the Germans, the English and the Jews. The Germans contributed their work ethic, the English and the Jews contributed their expertise in governance and law. That foundation resulted in a nation of English-speaking people that was the envy of the world.
Today we are a nation fragmented by languages and ethnicities. The broad base of our population cannot be pleased with this loss of feeling of unity and pride. It is more than possible that our legislators have not represented those who voted them into office. There is more than ample evidence those legislators, once in office, give the impression that they are intellectually superior to those who elected them. They then act from this superior position in legislating.
Polls say 75 percent of our population wants approval to drill for oil, and 83 percent of our population wants English only as the nation’s official language.
Any legislator who in any way does not support such legislation does not represent the people