English Spoken Here

Michelle Malkin has a very pretty daughter.

Like Michelle and her husband, David and I vote in Maryland. We left our kids at home this time (though I am anxiously awaiting their report later today on how they voted in the pre-school mock election), after they tried to vote for me in 2002 (admittedly, they were only two years old then and, shall we say, they behaved as such).

Voting in upscale and very blue Montgomery County, Michelle found to her dismay that voting stickers there are published in two languages. Not so where we vote, a bit to the west in Anne Arundel County. At least based on past elections, we’re a decidedly red oasis in a predominately blue state.

There are some nice houses for sale in our neighborhood, Michelle. Hablamos Ingles aqui.

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