Skip to comments.Companies to boycott in California
Posted on 04/30/2010 7:44:57 AM PDT by aquapub
Since California has decided to declare a full-blown economic war on Arizona for daring to expect immigrants to follow rules, the rest of us who support the rule of law are left with no choice but to come to Arizona's defense.
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No more Ca Merlot and Foie Gras for me....
California is already the pits. Not much more a boycott could do to them that their elected officials haven’t already done.
I have not drank CA wine for years.
I havent since I lived there LoL.
They do make good wines though.
San Francisco USED to be my favorite city in the country. Stayed there for an extended weekend a few years back - it’s a cesspool. You can’t drive down the street without getting accosted by hordes of homeless buggers. Wife and I were enjoying coffee and a bear claw at Starbucks when a homeless dude decided to fish through the garbage can right outside the store looking for his breakfast. Disgusting.
Wonder if all these do-gooders will put down their Apple prodcuts in protest since they were designed here in CA?
“No more Ca Merlot and Foie Gras for me....”
It will be a sacrifice, but I’m with you on this one.
has any company officially pulled out of Arizona?
seems such a pull out would be a suicide mission. PR works both ways.
I’m gonna miss that Foie Gras, it was yummy.
Buy a Ruger. They are made in Az
And Fender Stratocasters...
Well, the good news is, I hear the Illegal Immigrants are all pretty darn well indignant, too. They’re gonna boycot AZ and bring their ‘business’ to CA.
Notable companies in San Fran
Hmmm...French wine or California wine?
That is a tough choice
Try Israeli,Chilean and Australian wines .Way better.
Neither. Buy Australian.
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