Latin? As in “Latin America”?!!

Damn ferners taking over our country.  They should just learn English!

Vermont is the latest hotbed of illegal immigration, being right on the border like it is.  (Oh, it’s the Canadian border?  Yeah, well, them ferners will find a way to get in, even if it means traveling across the entire US from Mexico to get into Canada to cross the border!).  vermontAnyway, it seems that in Vermont, they done passed a law making the state motto “Stella quarta decima fulgeat” which means in real language “May the Fourteenth Star Shine Bright,” ’cause they’re the fourteenth state and all.

When right-minded folk complained, the traitor who proposed it defended himself by saying “It’s Latin.”  Well, we don’t need no Latin Americans taking over our language!

The complaints from real Americans has dominated that small state of Vermont these last few days, as all the pointy-headed libruls defend the motto.

I mean, come on!  We’re one nation!  Our forefathers knew we were the land of English!  Doesn’t anyone believe in E Pluribus Unum any more?

Geez, the next thing you know, our math class will be using numbers designed by Arabs.

5 thoughts on “Latin? As in “Latin America”?!!

  1. I’m a little unclear what the original complaint was. Was it because they changed the state motto at all, or because they chose to write it in Latin (as many mottoes, state and otherwise, are)? If it is the latter, then this is downright silly. But I guess it’s par for the course these days.

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  2. I feel compelled to state that I was drawn into this post by a misleading header. Clearly, you referred to “ferners” and I perused the entry thinking it was about the pernicious fern conspiracy spreading throughout our country. Recall the words of the great anti-fern patriot Norm, from “Cheers”, when he said “Ferns, Sammy. FERNS!!!!” I think that said it all……

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