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Arizona Boycott Flops, Stats Show

Arizona Boycott Flops, Stats Show

I have enjoyed chronicling the many not too big to fail boycotts which have taken place in the past 18 months that I’ve been blogging, including (but not limited to):

So, while everyone got all excited about the boycott of Arizona because of S.B. 1070, I yawned.

Turns out I was right, once again: Arizona Hotels Thriving Despite Boycotts Over Immigration Law:

Arizona’s tourism industry has a target on its back, but the widespread boycotts over the state’s immigration law might not be hitting the mark.

Recent data compiled by a market research group show hotel bookings across the state — as well as in tourism hot spots Phoenix and Scottsdale — have been on the rise the past two months.

The numbers could dispel warnings from local officials that Arizona stands to lose a fortune and dampen the chances that cities and organizations will be able to compel the state to reverse its immigration law by choking its economy with a sanctions-style business boycott.

I almost forgot, how is that Whole Foods boycott going?

While you are at it, the economy is not so good in Rhode Island. Boycott us, please, we need the business.

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The Whole Foods boycott was extremely successful. There, crazy liberals took the scalp of the CEO and intimidated hundreds of other CEOs who might dare to offer constructive liberal ideas (instead of parroting what JournoList cooks up).

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