Hahahahaha....Thats a good one.... but totally unrelated to the issue nonetheless.
In case you weren't aware of it...When the English landed on this continent (among other groups), America was not yet a unified country with a common language.
The various Indian tribes had different "languages" which were grouped in seperate "nations" each with more or less a common "tongue."
In any event, I think most reasonable folks would agree that if immigrant Spanish parents deny their children the opportunity to learn English as a prime language, their children will be at a tremendous social and economic didadvantage. That is simply a reality.
In my experience...the children of hispanic immigrants speak English far better than their parents. Trust me, as these families stay in the US, they will assimilate and learn the language...it happened with the Welsh, Germans, Russians, Ukes, Poles, Italians, French, Nigerians, Sudanese, Vietnamese, Chinese...
When the English came here they did so AFTER the Spanish, French and Portuguese. Heck, they were even behind the Scots! (Note: Acadia was co-founded under Scottish and French authority).
Before there was any serious European settlement of the Americas, the Pope divided the place between areas of Spanish and Portuguese control. Accordingly, irrespective of what the Indians may have been thinking about things, America, as a part of Western Civilization, started out as a unified state!