Originally Posted by Reba
I'm OK with providing Spanish translations to English programming and documents (not necessarily at taxpayer expense, though).
As long as English is the primary language for all official proceedings and documents.
The problem is... As a melting pot, the government has refused to recognize even English as an official language. So, this makes it available to have all government documents and such be in Spanish only. If you want it to be in English, it would have to be at tax payers expense too. We have been doing that for Spanish translations the past few years.
If funding is not at the tax payers expense, (remember this will most likely happen when the Spanish language is the domain) where is it going to come from? A preserving English non-profit organization that the people who speak/write in English primarily pays into?