I was rather shocked recently that an ad would cause outrage of any kind because it wasn't in English. It happened with the ad this link goes to. http://www.eonline.com/news/506501/coca-cola-s-america-the-beautiful-commercial-sparks-outrage-on-twitter
Every one of us, except for a very few are the descendants of immigrants. My own ancestry is English, Irish, Norwegian, and several others and my family name originated with John Bigelow who was on the Winthrop Fleet of 1630. While my ancestors have been here in the America's for a long time, almost four centuries, it doesn't make me better than anyone else. John Bigelow, he was born in Suffolk, England on 16 February 1617.
America consists of a melting pot. That's part of what made this country so great. So many different ideas were brought together in one place it sparked so many inventions. I can guarantee you that the majority of those immigrants that came didn't speak English at first. They had to learn it over time and I'm sure it was difficult. Can you imagine why they would leave their homelands? It was lots of different reasons. Starvation or religious persecution was two of the big ones.
I would love to see the derision, hatred, bigotry, all go bye bye. It doesn't really belong when you think about it.