You are off the island! Santorum holds "a limited view of what America is all about," Puerto Rico's only member of Congress said on Thursday. Responding to the presidential hopeful's comments in Puerto Rico on Wednesday— that in order for the territory to become a state, it must adopt English as its official language—Democrat Pedro Pierluisi told CNN'S Soledad O'Brien: "Santorum's view is narrow and a limiting view of what America is all about," adding "English is the predominant language in the United States and will continue to be so, whether Puerto Rico becomes a state or not." In addition to the fact that there is actually no law requiring English as an official language for states, the territory's resident commissioner pointed out "In Puerto Rico, 90 percent of our parents want their children to become fluent in English. So, it's a non-issue and shouldn't be a factor in determining whether Puerto Rico can join the union or not."