Thursday, May 20, 2010

Arizon did it again

Arizona Bans Multilingual Requirement for Business

legislation affirming that nothing in state law requires businesses to provide “trained and competent” interpreters when a customer comes in speaking a language other than English. Assistant Attorney General Michael Walker said that has probably always been the law.

I have no problem with this and nor do I see it to be racist.

in reference to: Arizona Bans Multilingual Requirement for Businesses | (view on Google Sidewiki)


  1. Every time I start to get depressed, I remember that November is just around the corner, and there's no way to spin the polarization this president and the legislators have caused in their endeavors to divide us both by class and race.

  2. Getting real jeoulus of Arizona, and wish Georgia would do the same thing.


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