Friday, May 14, 2010

Stand in support of Arizona and boycott the city of Los Angeles.



I stated before that I support Arizona Governor Jane Brewer and Arizona Legislators for doing their job and looking out for the well being of their citizens in passing this much needed illegal immigration law. Of course the left only cares about the illegal lawbreakers and how the new law will impact them. Since Governor Brewer signed the illegal immigration bill into law, illegal immigration advocates have been foaming at the mouth non stop. Not only has the left been foaming in outrage over the new law, they are also stunned that the majority of Americans support the new illegal alien law in Arizona. According to the Pew Research Poll "Seventy-three percent said they backed a measure requiring people to produce documents verifying their legal status if police ask for them, while 67 percent approve of allowing police to detain anyone who cannot verify that they are in the country legally". So it appears that once again Barack Obama & Company are at odds with the majority of the American people on yet another important issue. That's actually nothing new nor a big surprise. I found it funny that the Los Angeles City Council voted yesterday 13-1in favor of calling for a boycott of Arizona and is considering withdrawing over eight million dollars worth of contracts with the state of Arizona.



Of course the open border sanctuary crowd in Los Angeles is upset over what Arizona did. As I said before, liberals care more about maintaining the problems that face America rather then actually solving them. The only way liberals will stop acting out is when they are told to "sit down and shut up". Maybe Los Angeles should get a taste of it's own medicine with a national boycott against them. In many ways, a national boycott of Los Angeles makes perfect sense. It will show these self righteous dim wits who make up the Los Angeles government and their supporters that they do not represent the will of mainstream America. Seeing that the state of California is for a lack of better words "broke", Los Angeles really doesn't have much leverage in being able to financially impact Arizona. Maybe the nation should protest bailing out the state of California. Since Los Angeles prides itself like San Francisco in being a "sanctuary city", why don't the mayor of Los Angeles just ask all the illegals in Arizona to "migrate" to Los Angeles instead? That would definitely fix the problem I think. Funny though, the mayor isn't exactly putting out the word nor the red carpet for them to come to his city. They just want to grand stand instead. Personally, I say to hell with Los Angeles and other cities that share their insane mindset of looking out for criminals of other countries rather then protecting legal, law bidding citizens of their own country.

12 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

May I offer congratulations to this web site for its many intelligent comments. I hope the black...(oops, ia a hyphen required ?)community will recognize the apalling damage done to it by heavy-handed Federal programs. As with freedom, abdication from responsibility breeds its demise. Keep up the good work for equal justice for all. Reflecting on the history of both major parties in abandoning this basic tenet has made me a Libertarian. take a look into that party. You need not settle for the corrupt majors.

11:30 AM  
Blogger Sojournerlove said...

I won't move to California or do any kind of business with them. I believe the laws of the nation are more important than the feelings of law-breakers!
So illegal immigrants can take their hurt widdle feeling and shove it. Liberal pinheads should adopt illegal immigrant families by paying for their way of life instead of foisting the costs on the rest of us!

4:16 PM  
Blogger commoncents said...

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12:09 AM  
Blogger Beyond The Political Spectrum said...

I will agree that Los Angeles specifically and the state in California are in no position to attempt to take the moral or even logical high ground on the issue, neither though is the state of Arizona. We need to think this issue outside of our dogmatic ideologies (i.e., Conservatism/Liberalism). I mean, Arizona is the state that closed its highway rest areas due to deficit issues. Now the state is forcing an unfunded mandate on local municipalities in forcing their local law enforcement officials to perform double-duty as immigration agents. Talk about conservative hypocrisy... Yes, illegal immigration NEEDS to be addressed, but there has to be a better way than a method the Nazis used...one that works within the Constitution.

3:03 AM  
Blogger BarbFD said...

Hello, and responding to Sojourner- right on! I totally agree, and the more people's eyes open and realize what is going on in this country, the better- with respect to Anonymous- I agree that Bush spent too much, but in comparison to what is going on now, "his" spending, although it was with a Democratic congress behind him the last two years, is nil compared to what the liberal demonrats are doing...and, the only way we will be able to stop it is to vote REPUBLICAN in the next two elections, especially 2010. ANY third party votes will basically go for the demonrats and hurt the opposition, so if you wish for all of this insanity to continue,vote third party- there will be time in the future for other parties, but NOT at this crucial stage in our history!

8:16 AM  
Blogger conservative brother said...

anon "May I offer congratulations to this web site for its many intelligent comments. I hope the black...(oops, ia a hyphen required ?)community will recognize the apalling damage done to it by heavy-handed Federal programs. As with freedom, abdication from responsibility breeds its demise. Keep up the good work for equal justice for all. Reflecting on the history of both major parties in abandoning this basic tenet has made me a Libertarian. take a look into that party. You need not settle for the corrupt majors."

Thanks for the kind words. I have been more of a conservative ideolog more then I've ever been a political hack. I think to some extent, I've gone after Republicans more so then Democrats simply because Republicans are suppose to be the voice of rationality and common sense but have failed to live up to that.

Sojournerlove "I won't move to California or do any kind of business with them. I believe the laws of the nation are more important than the feelings of law-breakers!
So illegal immigrants can take their hurt widdle feeling and shove it. Liberal pinheads should adopt illegal immigrant families by paying for their way of life instead of foisting the costs on the rest of us!"

Southern California is the problem child of the state Sojournerlove. Northern Cal is considered conservative in nature.If Los Angeles, Hollywood, Berkeley and San Francisco could be sliced off the state, California would have a fighting chance at being a normal state. It's amazing how liberals are crying about the illegal immigration law, yet they haven't read the 18 page law. They don't get it Sojournerlove, liberals believe that the money just magically appears out of nowhere. The people are just one freaking atm machine to them.

Beyond The Political Spectrum "I will agree that Los Angeles specifically and the state in California are in no position to attempt to take the moral or even logical high ground on the issue, neither though is the state of Arizona. We need to think this issue outside of our dogmatic ideologies (i.e., Conservatism/Liberalism). I mean, Arizona is the state that closed its highway rest areas due to deficit issues. Now the state is forcing an unfunded mandate on local municipalities in forcing their local law enforcement officials to perform double-duty as immigration agents. Talk about conservative hypocrisy... Yes, illegal immigration NEEDS to be addressed, but there has to be a better way than a method the Nazis used...one that works within the Constitution."

What law enforcement is doing in Arizona in no way resembles what the Nazis did in Germany. If the federal government would have simply done their job, this law wouldn't have been necessary. It has become apparent that the federal government and even some state governments care more about getting votes and "future" residents then they care about upholding the laws and protecting their citizens. If Arizona is running a deficit, I wonder how much of their expenses is due to providing services for illegals and fighting the crimes that illegals commit?

12:54 AM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Beyond the Polical Spectrum is right. Boycotts by both states does neither one any good. It's like the ole' "eye for an eye" and everyone winds up blind.

Furthermore, any law that "requires" a U.S. citizen to provide proof of citizenship when stopped by the police, is indeed akin to the laws of Nazi Germany.

11:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I for one will boycott any entity that tries to boycott Arizona. Isn't it amazing that it took a female governor to have the backbone to take action that has been needed for years. Racial profiling ? So what !
It is not racial profiling to expect the law to be obeyed in this country . WHAT PART OF '"ILLEGAL" DON'T YOU PEOPLE IN D.C. UNDERSTAND? I have canceled plans for a very upscale vacation to California or anywhere else that tries to pull this crap. Our safety with closed borders is far more important than the sensitivities of illegals that invade this great nation. COME IN LEGALLY OR NOT AT ALL.

11:18 PM  
Blogger GregGVDC said...

Beyond The Political Spectrum said...
I will agree that Los Angeles specifically and the state in California are in no position to attempt to take the moral or even logical high ground on the issue, neither though is the state of Arizona. We need to think this issue outside of our dogmatic ideologies (i.e., Conservatism/Liberalism). I mean, Arizona is the state that closed its highway rest areas due to deficit issues. Now the state is forcing an unfunded mandate on local municipalities in forcing their local law enforcement officials to perform double-duty as immigration agents. Talk about conservative hypocrisy... Yes, illegal immigration NEEDS to be addressed, but there has to be a better way than a method the Nazis used...one that works within the Constitution.

To claim we need an approach to this issue outside our "political ideologies", then state how this is a conservative hipocrisy, and use the favorite liberal "nazi" term, shows just how hipocritical most liberals are, and it also paints a pretty picture of the ignorance that has plagued the left from its inception.

Funny too that Liberals love the label "nazi" when refering to anyone that disagrees. In light of that, not knowing that most of your prolific left wing nut jobs are socialists, which is like comparing an apple to an apple.

Beyond then states-Yes, illegal immigration NEEDS to be addressed

What needs to be addressed? Did you say Illegal? What a concept! You mean we need to enforce the law, or make it NON Illegal? My guess for you would be to make it a hate crime to enforce any law, besides, thay are all created by racist anyways, right?
Should we enforce arresting someone for murder? How about simple shoplifting?
To enter our country in a non legal manner is a crime. You should see what other countries do to these criminals! Try sneaking into Cuba, North Korea, Iran, China, or any one of the many countries the left hold higher than their own country. We treat criminals with free medical, education, tax free living, tort, and other things. We are a horrible bunch im sure.
If the tables were turned, and we were sneaking into Mexico and getting killed for it, the left would be happy, after all, Americans would only be trying to cause harm to Mexico as we have caused harm to the rest of the world by our very existance.
I love it when the left chases their own tail, but I cant stand it when America and its people are called racist, for enforcing a law that should be enforced to begin with.

4:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The biggest con game in the Americas today is immigration. The
Mexican Socialist Government is Spanish, not Latino,and is sending all of its poor and uneducated Mayan, Incas, and Aztec Indians to America so that the Spaniards will not have to share the wealth of Mexico with them. Presidents Taylor-Polk paid Mexico 20 million dollars for land from Texas to California.
Today some of these folks are running Blacks in California out of apt. complexes and not a word from Holder or Mr. Obama. WHY?

10:11 AM  
Blogger Tom SVDP said...

I ran a long winded answer to P. Anthony Allen's accusation of having a racist attitude in this matter.

Now, we are hearing, snicker, that this bill smacks of Nazism.

This is the only way liberals can debate this issue, making up nonsensical and disparaging remarks, they have no back up, no counter points. Now everyone is reading this bill on the air. Racism? What a joke, Nazism? Really, that lacks total credibility and says there is no middle ground for compromise. Nothing but mudslinging, a feeble attempt at argument and seeking only to divide and alienate and polarize the conversation.

Thank goodness, polls are showing 70% of Americans are in support of this bill.

Go see Gran Torino Tony Allen, St. Paul is just across the river, maybe you are correct, Clint Eastwood plays Kowalski, it's about the Hmong and actually, it's about the Twin Cities by the original screen writer but Detroit gave the movie a big tax break. I guarantee you that movie is rather familiar. I worked extensively in the Hmong community, my last name ends in Ski but after that, maybe the coincidences end.

11:40 PM  
Blogger p. anthony allen said...

Tom, I said that such a law demanding that some one prove "citizenship" is "AKIN" to the laws of Nazi Germany. Frankly, you can take what you want from that...

And, I have seen Gran Torino. It was filmed in a Detroit enclave city called, Highland Park, which is just a few miles from where I live.

Metro Detroit is also home to a rather larger Hmong Community that numbers around 15,000. I teach in the Detroit Public School system. A few years ago I had the opprtunity to work with Hmong students at Osborn High School. But what does any of this have to do with the Arizona law?

5:28 PM  

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