The "English is the Official Language...

The "English is the Official Language of Oklahoma Act"

Created by CitizenTopix on Oct 11, 2010

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Hijo de Sam

Sherwood, AR

#11647 Mar 18, 2014
Como él sonrió y le aseguró al mundo que le "preocupaba apasionadamente por el pueblo de Irak" George W Bush reveló a sí mismo como la personificación de un puto coño.
Hortez

Conway, AR

#11648 Mar 25, 2014
"They have NO pity for people who jump a fence to come here"

I did not jump any fence, I waded across.
Alpha Male

Overland Park, KS

#11649 Mar 26, 2014
Third world peoples need to realize there's no strength in numbers and high fertility rates. Parental-child investments are the way to go, but the Global South fails to understand the basics of supply and demand.

You all of third world stock are overpopulating your scarce resources and coercing yourselves to become dependent on first world peoples and resources. The US and other developed first world nations will eventually be forced to cut off charity programs and excessive global welfare programs due to global economic hardship. Many people or third world origin lack self respect and discipline, and therefore allow themselves to be used as fodder for others' agendas.

The first world does not exist to cater to those who choose irresponsible and self-destructive behaviors and norms. You might as well come to terms and accept this, because global affairs are already starting to prevent those who want to be charitable to the third world from being capable of doing so. A global economic recession will impact your communities far more than it will ours, so your primitive customs and total disregard for your own wellbeing will affect you only.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#11650 Mar 27, 2014
Alpha Male wrote:
The first world does not exist to cater to those who choose irresponsible and self-destructive behaviors and norms. You might as well come to terms and accept this, because global affairs are already starting to prevent those who want to be charitable to the third world from being capable of doing so.
It's too bad you don't read more.
"The white man's burden" is an old concept apparently
new to you.

Find that Third World and tell him to straighten up.
That will do it. Start looking now.

Pay no attention if you hear laughter.
Donnie

Greenbrier, AR

#11651 Mar 28, 2014
SHITTTETH,,,, MAN,,,,,,,---I found that third world--IShe is in Centeral Oklahoma!!!!!----

In a fallin down mansion
gerraldm

Pittsburgh, PA

#11652 Mar 29, 2014

Dang language is Official?
Joyce

Conway, AR

#11653 Apr 2, 2014
Happened in Oklahoma City

The lady in the grocery line responded to the man telling her if she wanted to speak Mexican, she should go back to Mexico. She told him"I am Navaho, and if you want to speak English, go back to England".
Brote

Sherwood, AR

#11654 Apr 14, 2014
Voto para Joe

Deshágase de las despreciables sediciosa adúltera Ho que es una mala influencia para el adolescente Okie.
citizen

Weatherford, OK

#11655 Apr 15, 2014
Dial one for joker
Acer

Greenbrier, AR

#11656 Apr 15, 2014
Donnie wrote:
SHITTTETH,,,, MAN,,,,,,,---I found that third world--IShe is in Centeral Oklahoma!!!!!----
In a fallin down mansion
NO Sh!ttish, Mon
Jake

Stillwater, OK

#11657 Apr 15, 2014
Yeah this is Republican Country, we don't listen to those non English speakers Yee Haw send em back to Mexico and Jap'n. Yee Haw I'm a Cowboy.
God bless America

Weatherford, OK

#11658 Apr 15, 2014
Everyone here is an immigrant unless your Native.
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#11659 Apr 16, 2014
God bless America wrote:
Everyone here is an immigrant unless your Native.
It should be ' you're a Native ' not ' your'.
Stupid okie fundamentalist can't even grasp English.
It's a good thing you didn't write the ten commandments.
Okie

Sherwood, AR

#11660 Apr 16, 2014
Is it true that Oklahoma is worse than a third world country?
JAG

United States

#11661 Apr 16, 2014
Dorman officially files to be next governor; vows to represent "all Oklahomans"

OKLAHOMA CITY – Under the shade of a pine tree on a beautiful spring day, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman closed his eyes and held out his hands as Kiowa tribal member Warren Queton of Blanchard, using cedar smoke and a traditional prayer, blessed the candidate and the opening of his Oklahoma City campaign headquarters.

It was a uniquely Oklahoma experience, and Dorman, dressed in a yellow button-down campaign shirt and wearing his trademark smile, listened as Queton told Dorman’s friends, family and supporters that the Native American blessing was one made in hopes of a “safe journey.”

“And he is going on a journey – to the governor’s mansion,” Queton said, standing outside the old Fire Station #3 on Hudson Avenue where the headquarters is located.

“I will work to bring true bi-partisan leadership in the governor’s office,” said Dorman, who arrived at the HQ aboard a vintage fire truck from Lawton.

Earlier in the day, the Rush Springs native and state representative had officially filed his candidacy in hopes of defeating Republican Gov. Mary Fallin and becoming Oklahoma’s 28th governor by emphasizing his desire to “be a governor for all Oklahomans,” not just the special interests that seek to control all aspects of state government.

And receiving a prayer and blessing from the Rev. James Greenwood and endorsements from state legislators including Democrats David Perryman and Eric Proctor, Dorman – sleeves literally “rolled up”– graciously accepted their kind words and support.

“(Joe Dorman) is someone who will place people before politics,” said Proctor, a charismatic Democrat from Tulsa’s northeast side.

Dorman, a proud Oklahoman, laid out the issues that he intends to highlight and fight for on the campaign trail and also when he is elected governor: education, jobs and the economy, health care, infrastructure, public safety and transparency in government.

A Gov. Joe Dorman would end the “secret meetings, open-records violations and sweetheart deals” that have cropped up during Fallin’s tenure in office, Dorman said.

Dorman said a balanced budget would be a high priority, teachers would be “respected” and given the tools they need in the classroom, and the mentally ill would receive the proper care they deserve. He would also work towards reducing the state’s high incarceration rate and work towards protecting pensions.

And back to the top issue of education: Dorman stated that it is time to address the problem of overcrowded classrooms and the unnecessary high-stakes testing that has become so common these days.

“Mary Fallin’s one-size-fits-all education system with national standards and red tape, while at the same time slashing budgets does not work for Oklahomans,” Dorman said in a later statement.

And with the issue of education comes one issue Dorman is really passionate about – storm shelters for schools and his support of the Take Shelter Oklahoma program.

And despite last year’s deadly tornado in Moore, more than half-a-million Oklahoma school children remain unprotected without a safe room or a storm shelter as we head into a new storm season.

“The ridiculous politics surrounding schoolchildren has to stop,” Dorman said in all seriousness.

Continuing, Dorman said,“It’s time we are again joined together to make this state great for all, not just for a chosen few.”

- See more at: http://www.reddirtreport.com/red-dirt-politic...
WarForOil

Rowlett, TX

#11668 Apr 22, 2014
JAG wrote:
OKLAHOMA CITY – Under the shade of a pine tree on a beautiful spring day, Democrat gubernatorial candidate Joe Dorman closed his eyes and held out his hands as Kiowa tribal member Warren Queton of Blanchard, using cedar smoke and a traditional prayer, blessed the candidate and the opening of his Oklahoma City campaign headquarters.

Continuing, Dorman said,“It’s time we are again joined together to make this state great for all, not just for a chosen few.”
Apparently that wasn't just cedar smoke.
This candidate doesn't understand that Oklahoma's
' chosen few ' all left the state during the depression.

Losers and Indians remain.
Margie

United States

#11669 Apr 22, 2014
""""" Losers and Indians remain.""" ""

You got that right Woe-un-to-us!!!!
Hola

Germany

#11673 Apr 22, 2014
Whassup?
Dummkopf

Greenbrier, AR

#11675 Apr 23, 2014
Hola wrote:
Whassup?
Ich bin zweiundneunzig und kann immer noch stecken Sie sie in ihr.
Brote

Conway, AR

#11676 Apr 24, 2014
Hola, was ist los?

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