May 15, 2010

When he's right, he's right

Allahpundit takes a lot of shit (sometimes from me) for being a RINO squish, but he's got it exactly right here about the Arizona boycotts:

As a wise man once said, you can’t reason a man out of that which he wasn’t reasoned into, so rather than trying to politely explain the virtues of the law, they’d better start thinking about reciprocal boycotts. Take a piece of California’s ass economically and let state officials over there deal with the headaches of their own business leaders. And at some point, some high-profile Arizona pol really should call the bluff of sanctuary cities by offering to release captured illegals into their custody in lieu of deporting them. If Gavin Newsom and Mike Bloomberg and Antonio Villaraigosa are all so hot to welcome the “undocumented,” fantastic: Arizona’s got an endless supply and will be happy to provide however many to San Francisco and New York and L.A. that they’d like.
Of course, as a Californian, this would be disastrous for me, personally, but it might just be the kind of kick in the ass that our political leaders could use. An actual example of burning down the village in order to save it.

Incidentally, this is not at all related or anything.

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