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Jeez, California is filled with nut cases these days, most of whom are white liberals. When the immigrants out there REALLY assume control in California, the first thing they are going to do is toss out these morons. Once that's done they will start developing the billions of dollars worth of off shore oil, as well as the coast line. The failure to do so is practically criminal.

We are now in the small window between control by mostly male, almost entirely white liberals who have bought off the immigrant "minorities," and assumption of real control by those minorities of their own destiny - and not in partnership with people who are nothing more than self destructive, self hating lunatics.

Sooner or later the minorities will wake up to their real economic interest, and reject the crumbs offered by the corrupt Democratic Party that has been killing their community.
I remember my Catholic friends eating fish on Fridays for religious reasons. Is the Los Angeles governing council suggesting citizens practice a religion of the governing body's own creation?
It's "minuscule", not "miniscule".
jessefan in chapel hill December 09, 2012 at 10:57 AM
"In 2010, Los Angeles city councilwoman Jan Perry (now a mayoral aspirant) spearheaded a successful effort to ban new standalone fast-food establishments in impoverished South Los Angeles, proclaiming: “This is not an attempt to control people as to what they can put into their mouths. This is an attempt to diversify their food options.” Diversity through scarcity?"

Did anyone in LA remind Mrs./Ms./Mz Perry that the people of South Los Angeles are American citizens and not Ethiopians