- Aug 26, 2007
- Reaction score
- San Antonio Texas
- Political Leaning
FOXNews.com - Cities Discovering an Arizona Boycott May Do More Harm Than GoodBoycotting Arizona is harder than it sounds.
Though the passage of the state's immigration law was met in late April with immediate threats to cut ties with Arizona in protest, a number of cities have either scaled back or created exemptions to their own boycotts.
The resolutions also have demanded a mountain of work by officials at the city level tasked with reviewing hundreds of internal contracts for any trace of Arizona to see whether it's prudent to cut ties. As the review process gets underway, the result may be a patchwork of targeted boycotts rather a blanket ban on all things Arizona.
The Los Angeles City Council was the latest to amend its boycott last Wednesday, when lawmakers voted to make an exemption so that an Arizona-based company that operates enforcement cameras at Los Angeles intersections can continue to do business there.
This, has to be the funniest **** I've seen in months. These boycotts were announced to protest "civil rights violations" that AZ was going to commit, to show the Hispanics of these cities, that they were "with you man!".
Well, they were till reality slapped these morons across the face, a good old fashioned bitch-slapping good time of it from the looks of it.
Yes, idiots, you passed these boycotts and now you are learning that oh... it's not so easy. So how committed are you to "Civil Rights" again? This is just... too damned funny if you ask me.