May 25th, 2010
In the latest battle concerning the legal right of Arizona and its attempts to enforce Federal law concerning illegal immigration from Mexico, the City government of Los Angeles invoked a new city ordinance mandating the boycott of Arizona corporate entities as long as Arizona attempts to enforce Federal immigration laws – because obviously Los Angeles has some amount of affinity for an unlimited amount of illegal aliens vying for the currently limited American jobs in our nation. Anyway, in response to the Los Angeles ordinance calling for a boycott of Arizona businesses, Arizona in turn threatened to raise rates on electrical power supplied by Arizona to the electrical grid, that is, to increase rates on electrical power that is intended to power the southern California / Los Angeles region.
To be clear, when it comes to the west coast I am a Californian and I also love L.A. However, the L.A. city government bureaucracy has so many problems and is so dysfunctional that it really needs to be ‘taken down a rung – or two’ and definitely has no reason to be throwing salt in the wounds of any other government entity that is attempting to resolve on-going problems such as Arizona.
So, all that being said, I merely wanted to blog: Good shot Arizona! Give ‘em hell.
The City of L.A. has no reason to tell you anything of what you should do about anything. The City of L.A. should worry about its own problems including creating jobs for its legal citizens – which to date appears of minimal concern to Los Angeles as it would rather kiss-ass to political entities representing special-interest groups.
So Arizona…., as the City of Los Angeles is long overdue for a reality check, I was curious, would you be interested in learning the ultimate forthright maneuver to gain legal submission and to stifle the City government of L.A? If you are interested, please contact me for my consulting services. I’m talking about the potential of the City of L.A. being required to pay all the expenses of your state into the indefinite future.
Adam Trotter / AVT