City Councilwoman Janice Hahn (who I wrote a very nasty email to, to the point where I might get a visit from Santa Clause and his little elves), wrote a list of things for the Lakers to bring with them so they won’t spend money in AZ. I can just imagine Kobe reading this bullshit list.
The sleeping giant has awoken, and that is the people who are sick and tired of this Liberal pandering bullshit. This skank whore (Janice Hahn) was one of those who said this is like Nazi Germany, then the Wiesenthal Center complained about this bullshit comparison, saying how dare you compare the genocide of Jews and people thought to be Jews with deporting illegal fucking aliens.
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Her, and many of the other, interpretations of this law are BULLSHIT. Nothing more than Grade-A, propagandizing bullshit.
The reason these things are written down and made publicly available is so that you can read the language of the law. It’s not that much to read, and it is CLEAR. I cannot see how you could extrapolate racial profiling from the language. And I definitely do not see how it is at all appropriate to compare it to Nazism (although isn’t pretty much everything and everyone in politics compared to Nazi Germany these days?) What, Arizona’s requiring that all Mexicans were a green star to verify they have visas? Fuck outta here.
Boycotting AZ is immature. This decision was made not with the language of the law in mind but what other people said about the law.
At my school there was a HUNGER STRIKE against this law. This school is NOT even in Arizona. This school had nothing to do with the law. Finally the Chancellor got them to shut the fuck up and move on with their lives, not seeing the logic in the protest (shouldn’t you do it in the state that’s considering the law?), but… when asked why they were protesting, they parroted some shit they read on a Facebook group almost verbatim.
That’s how people get information today. They read a biased, simple misinterpretation of the law made by someone with special interest rather than the law itself (by their own admission) and “take action”.