Wednesday, May 11, 2005

Boycotts and Blankets

Yesterday was Hispanic boycott day in Phoenix. This idea was for Hispanics to call sick and not purchase anything in order to demonstrate their economic power in the state. There is a glowing story about how successful the boycott was from azcentral.com. I, for one, noticed absolutely no difference. I wonder what would happen if Ayn Rand’s idea, from Atlas Shrugged, of all the people who are the real moving force in the economy were to go on strike. What would the press say if a group was to call for a boycott by all the white people in the state? How about a strike by all the white men? It is funny that the immigrant advocate groups are the ones calling attempts to reform U.S. immigration laws ‘racist,’ but they are ones using the race card.

Global warming kooks have come up with a new idea. The Swiss are wrapping a glacier in a giant blanket to slow the summer melt. Wha..? Glacier… Giant blanket…

2 comments:

Tim said...

So lets get this right, it's okay for the Hispanics to have a "Sick Out" but if I do it I get written up! So do you think they got written up or fired for there actions? Or would that be considered "Unfair" due to being discriminatory toward them? What has this world come too???

The Mad Tech said...

The Hispanics that took part in this "Boycott" are worthless sheeple and the real racists anyway so I say to hell with them. If it is racist to demand the federal government to enforce laws that are designed to protect this nation then sign me up. Some the hispanic leaders in Arizona are just as bad when it comes to race-baiting as Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, and Louis Farakan. I have no use and absolutely no time for these people. I was have tempted to drive by their protest sites yelling INS and watch them run like bugs when a rock is turned over. Good Post DS.