As the English language takes up 80% of the spoken languages in the USA, could anyone explain to me why it would not make English the national language? I'm actually surprised at this percentage compared to Spanish and Asian.
Is it because the United States is fundamentally/potentially a multi-cultural place founded and shaped by settlers, irregardless from where they hail? Or do you expect the ratio between the English language and other languages to change?
I feel stupid to ask such things, but the subject interests me and I guess it's the purpose of this website to base our opinions on arguments.