The always-photographed Assemblyman David Weprin and state Senator Toby Stavisky now want to add some other languages to our cumbersome paper ballots, through legislation they are introducing in Albany.
Aren’t naturalized American citizens supposed to be able to read and write and understand English? When these two legislators go on the stump, promoting their candidacies, do they speak in English or Bengali — or both?
This is America. How come there’s no outcry to add Yiddish to our Election Day nonsense?
The writer identifies himself as a Yankee Doodle Dandy.