By Neal Boortz

Now Los Angeles has decided that it is going to boycott Arizona. It looks, though, that LA will only stop doing business with Arizona companies where it is convenient to do so. LA will not, for instance, stop flights between LAX and Arizona airports nor will they forbid Arizona-based US Airways from landing at LAX. In other words, it’s all symbolic Bravo Sierra.

Remember this: Many – perhaps a majority – of Los Angeles’ Hispanic residents believe that LA belongs to Mexico, not to the United States. They consider LA to be occupied territory. Come to think of it .. maybe the United States government ought to cancel all assistance to LA until these people develop an ability to think rationally.

Here are the two questions that nobody seems to want to ask the Los Angeles City Council … two questions that the media will not ask those protesting the Arizona laws … two questions that no caller has tried to address on my show:

1. What can any Arizona law enforcement official do under the Arizona immigration law that a federal law enforcement official cannot already do?

2. What requirement does the Arizona law place on any non-citizen living in Arizona that federal law does already not place on any non-citizen living elsewhere in the United States?

Until someone can explain those differences these protests are nothing but meaningless rantings and ravings from people who have an agenda that goes far beyond idiotic concerns over racial or ethnic profiling.

Author: AKA John Galt

A small business owner, a tea party organizer, a son, father and husband who is not willing to sell out the future lives of his children.

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