I only meet someone who speaks neither English or Spanish like once a year maybe. European languages are just a novelty. There's no practical value to them. Europe just doesn't matter in my day to day affairs. Sorry, Europe.
Not to mention that English more poetic and versatile than most other languages. It has a very robust system for inventing new words. And it more easily takes on loanwords than other languages. English can sound flowery and grandiloquent or it can sound gruff and blunt.
The Romance languages seem really one-dimensional to me. Very few words have only one syllable. Take Portuguese for instance:
As crianças correram pelo lado do muro vermelho até que se desmaiaram na grama.
The kids ran by the red wall till they passed out in the grass.
See? English just has way less syllables. You can say I cherry-picked a sentence. But I promise you, Portuguese and other Romance languages will have way more syllables almost every time. That means more effort to speak and write, and also, they can't fit as many words into a melody or a line of metered poetry.
English can even be long and lantinate if it wants to, but the bottom line is it has more options, more ways to express almost any given idea, AND its greater number of lexical ambiguities such as homonyms means that it can make more plays on words for either comedic, literary, or poetic effect.
English just many more advantages. And in America, other languages are almost entirely irrelevant. Why would I bother with some pointless, weak-sounding, one-way-of-doing-things language like French? HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!