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A word on California’s supposed boycott of Arizona.

I’m not going to comment much on the Arizona illegal immigration bill because capable thinkers have already made comments on it. Me personally, I’m ambivalent on the bill. I don’t think it will address the problem of illegal immigration, but it is a bill that is desperately asking the Feds to do their jobs and enforce immigration law. What I find funny is that many cities in California and possibly the state itself will be boycotting Arizona because of the law. I think that would actually help out California: the budget hole that that state is in is so deep that banning its own government employees from spending money in the state will actually help it shore up its finances. Maybe what California should do is extend its boycott to the rest of the country; it’ll find itself out of budget deficit in record time if it did this.

  1. coffee fan
    April 28, 2010 at 5:57 pm

    If California really wants to help out the poor beleaguered illegals, they should invite them all to migrate over the Sunshine state ASAP

  2. Jackie Fisher
    April 30, 2010 at 6:19 pm

    Wow! This is backfiring on California.

    I don’t think Arizona has to worry. From all the buzz on the internet tonight, there are MORE calls to BOYCOTT CALIFORNIA . There are people from all over the states that are confirming that California will be the target, I have seen everything from boycotting produce wines, travel and any food product made in California.

    The Arizona boycott won’t last long. they have the other 49 states supporting them and their right to govern their OWN state.
    It’s being called BUYcott Arizona.

  3. April 30, 2010 at 7:53 pm

    It’s quite funny, actually. California is in no place to be turning away business from anyone and their own boycott is not having its intended effect. Perhaps if California didn’t have so many sanctuary cities and extend welfare to every illegal that came across the border they wouldn’t be in their mess. Wait a minute, yes they would: the public sector unions own that state.

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