Thursday, May 13, 2010

Hurray for Arizona!!!!!!!!!!!!Hell YEAH!!!!!!!

I'm not supporting this ridicules city council boycott.  I got this list off of 640 Am

I'm contacting every damn one of them and letting them know what I think.  They are all a bunch of lying cheating left wing assholes who's political correctness has completely changed My beloved Los Angeles from a place of hope and success to a welfare state. It supports non tax paying illegal aliens who have flooded our hospitals to the point of closing, ran the school district down to the worst in the country and taken jobs that were once done by our teenagers and new comers to the workplace.  Arizona has decided to take the matter in to their own hands because the feds have done nothing and our city council has the nerve to try to punish them, for it.  I think we should all take our next vacation in Arizona and support them in every way we can.

Arizona Boycott Advocates

List of all those who are boycotting Arizona.

National Council of La Raza

-“No conferences. No travel," said Janet Murguía, president of La Raza.

Asian American Justice Center

The Center for Community Change

The League of United Latin American Citizens

The National Puerto Rican Coalition

The Service Employees International Union -"We take no pleasure in calling for a boycott, but we feel there is no alternative," said Eliseo Medina, executive vice president of the Service Employees International Union.

The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights

The United Food and Commercial Workers Union

The Boston City Council approved a resolution calling on the Massachusetts city to pull investments from Arizona

The Oakland, California, City Council voted to boycott Arizona businesses.

Chris Coleman, mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, banned city-funded travel to the state.

D.C. Council is calling for a travel ban on Arizona

San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom directed city employees to avoid business travel to the state Mexican state of Sonora, has canceled a cross-border meeting that was to be held in Phoenix in June.

American Immigration Lawyers Association announced it would cancel a scheduled meeting in Arizona

-AILA Executive Director Crystal Williams says that the association canceled because the enactment of an anti-immigration law “goes to the very core of our mission.”

California State Senate President Darrell Steinberg is suggesting the state end contracts until the Arizona law is repealed

Mexican writer Carlos Fuentes recommended this week that dark-skinned people, men with mustaches, women who use shawls, or anyone who does not speak English well should not go to Arizona, because the state has "officially declared itself racist."

The National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) has decided to cancel an academic exchange program with the University of Arizona

National Urban League said it would suspend consideration of Phoenix’s bid to host its 2012 conference Alpha Phi Alpha

-moved its 104th anniversary convention from Phoenix to Las Vegas

American Educational Research Association voted to no longer hold meetings or conferences in Arizona

Sociologists Without Borders will not hold meetings in Arizona or solicit the services of any entity in the state.

City councils in Boston; Austin, Texas; Seattle and Washington, D.C., are considering economic boycotts.

El Paso city council bars city employees from traveling to Arizona for training or conferences.

An online movement seeks to force the move of Major League Baseball’s 2011 All-Star game out of the state.

-Adrian Gonzalez, first baseman for the San Diego Padres, said he will skip the All-Star Game if the law stands.

-Michael Weiner, executive director of the Major League Baseball Players Association, issued a statement opposing the law and saying it will consider “additional steps necessary to protect the rights and interests” of its members, if the law goes into effect.

-New York state assemblyman Adriano Espaillat called on immigrant players in Major League Baseball to boycott the 2011 All-Star game in Phoenix

The World Boxing Council said it will not schedule Mexican fighters for bouts in Arizona.

Oakland, Calif.; West Hollywood, Calif.; New York; and San Diego all passed boycotts or resolutions condemning Arizona with promises of looking into how to cut contracts with the state

Denver’s school system has banned employee travel to Arizona using public funds.

Seven members of the Los Angeles City Council signed a proposal for a boycott that urged the city to "refrain from conducting business" or participating in conventions in Arizona

-Councilman Ed Reyes and Councilwoman Janice Hahn call for the city of Los Angeles to "refrain from conducting business with the state of Arizona including participating in any conventions or other business that requires city resources.”

Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa says he supports the boycott

NY City Comptroller John Liu has called for a boycott of Arizona-made products

The National Law Center on Homelessness & Poverty pulled out of a major public interest law conference planned in Phoenix

Government ninnies involved with this boycott crap:

District 1 - Ed Reyes

City Hall Office (213)-473-7001

200 N. Spring Street, Rm 410

Los Angeles, CA 90012

District 15 - Janice Hahn

City Hall Office (213)-473-7015

200 N. Spring Street, Rm 435

Los Angeles, CA 90012

District 5 - Paul Koretz

City Hall Office (213)-473-7005



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