I love the language debate. So many straw men to burn down. I can understand how some might find fault with a Spanish version of site intended to verify work status. The problem, however, is that the argument is based on the idea that all people who are poor readers of English are, by default, presumed to be illegal. I think it really indicates that companies are hiring more and more native spanish speakers into their HR departments which use the site. And if the company is both using the site and hiring more native spanish speakers, there is a good chance that the HR employees are legal to work in the US. Still, that kind of rational thinking is usually dismissed as "that's what they want you to think"
What I find rather pathetic is when the supposed defenders of English spew incoherent and grammatically atrocious language. As one president put it, "You teach a child to read, and he or her will be able to pass a literacy test." When you present a geography issue, we'll discuss the president who thought he visited 57 states.
So, you'll excuse us if we don't find it ironic or humorous. Most of us seem to be unimpressed at such things. But, then again, we are the ones who are constantly being accused of destroying the country with our liberal ways.
On the river, I can abandon who I am and what I've done. However brief it lasts, while on the river I am nothing important and everything insignificant. I am flotsam, and happy to be so.