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Tim James, a candidate for governor in Alabama, adds to the immigration debate by calling for an end to using other languages on the driver's test.

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Tim James, a candidate for governor in Alabama, adds to the immigration debate by calling for an end to using other languages on the driver's test.

Sounds like a good idea.

It quite unfair they cater to a few and not all.


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I also have to agree with Danno on this. If our signs are only in English, then from a safety standpoint the test should be as well.

That's another valid point. I think Danno criticized that some foreign languages are more equal than others. Spanish? Check. Korean? Check. Arabic? Check. There are others that have the privilege of not having to have command of the English language to obtain a DL. I remember that I didn;t have that privilege when I immigrated and neither did my wife. If DL tests in one's native language cannot be offered to all immigrants, then it should be offered to none. Simple matter of fairness. But again, your point is very valid as well.

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Sounds like a good idea.

It quite unfair they cater to a few and not all.

Hence, the governors plan, one language!


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I really don't understand why anyone would have a problem with this, but there are people who do, apparently.

They, come to the US with the idea that they’re culture and life style will not change, their for the US must change!


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That's another valid point. I think Danno criticized that some foreign languages are more equal than others. Spanish? Check. Korean? Check. Arabic? Check. There are others that have the privilege of not having to have command of the English language to obtain a DL. I remember that I didn;t have that privilege when I immigrated and neither did my wife. If DL tests in one's native language cannot be offered to all immigrants, then it should be offered to none. Simple matter of fairness. But again, your point is very valid as well.

exactly. there wasn't one in portuguese, but nessa took it in english.


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