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Latinos account for 78 percent of state's growth

Published: Tuesday, May 31 2011 12:00 a.m. MDT

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DeltaFoxtrot
West Valley, UT

The degradation of American culture continues. This nation needs to stand up for the traditions and values it was built on or face becoming the New Latino Republic.

For centuries people from all over the world came to this nation. They adapted to our way of life... our clothing, our language, our customs, our way of life.

If America is such a desirable place to be then what's so wrong with becoming American?

Trooper55
Williams, AZ

I don't agree with hiring of people to speak Spanish you come to this country you need to speak and learn our way of life. I am tired of see all this bending over backward to the Spanish speaking people. I further believe that we need to stop wasting money on all forms that need to be ready. English is what is spoke in this country so they need to learn it.

Mr. Bean
SLC, Utah

@Trooper55: "I don't agree with hiring of people to speak Spanish you come to this country you need to speak and learn our way of life."

If they come in large enough numbers they bring their culture and language with them... and you will need to adapt to them to survive. That's where we are now or at least are becoming.

"I am tired of see all this bending over backward to the Spanish speaking people."

Tell that to your law makers. These are the people who can do something about it... that is, if it's not too late. Meaning, once these people get to some kind of a significant voting block your way of life will be over.

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