Friday, March 05, 2010

About damned time, thought the DOT shouldn't have been involved

in the first place:
The U.S. Transportation Department’s office of civil rights ruled this week that the state of Oklahoma did not discriminate against an Iranian couple who wanted to take a driver’s license test in Farsi. The state’s decision did not amount to discrimination based on national origin, according to the ruling.
This crap started when the Governor pushed through allowing the driving test to be taken in Spanish(got to accommodate the illegals and clowns who don't want to be bothered with English, y'know); then this happened.

Happily, enough people had enough working brain cells to say "NO", and there's a bill on the election in November that says 'English only' for this.

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