Thursday, April 29, 2010

A "Smart" Arizona Boycott? Unlikely...

...since "smart" seems to be some type of liberal code word for "insanely, almost criminally, stupid" (see "smart power", "smart sanctions"," smart meters"). Yesterday, I had a good laugh when I heard San Francisco mayor Gavin Newsome called for a "smart and effective" Arizona boycott:

We've seen what "smart" means when used by Democrats. In other words, expect San Francisco to wind up inadvertently boycotting New Jersey....

Well, I was close. Instead, "smart" liberals are planning to boycott Arizona Ice Tea, which is made in....well, read it to believe it:

Opponents of Arizona's new anti-immigrant law are calling for a boycott of the state's products - including the popular Arizona Iced Tea.

The problem: Arizona Iced Tea is actually brewed in New York.
Online, misguided tea fans vowed to switch to
Lipton or Snapple.

"Dear Arizona: If you don't change your immigration policy, I will have to stop drinking your enjoyable brand of iced tea," Twittered Jody Beth in Los Angeles.

"It is the drink of fascists," wrote Travis Nichols in Chicago.

Founded in Brooklyn in 1992, the firm was based in Queens before moving into a new $35 million headquarters in Nassau County last year.

Next, liberal New Yorkers vow not to attend any Arizona Diamondbacks games in Yankee Stadium this year. Oh, wait....


Anonymous said...

It would be funny if these people didn't actually have the right to vote.

It never ceases to amaze me how stupid libs can be.

Arizona Cardinals Jersey said...

I can't understand that what does it mean by the smart and effective Arizona boycott. What does it mean that this boycott is having the perfect results?