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February 12, 2009

Moonbats Quash a Store in San Francisco

Posted by Dave Blount at February 12, 2009 9:08 AM

According to the San Franfreakshow Comical,

It is too easy to make fun of the people who packed Room 400 in San Francisco's City Hall to stop American Apparel from opening a store on Valencia Street in the Mission District last week.

But let's make fun of them anyway — and everyone of their kind. It's the least we can do to repay them for making it impossible to do business in this country. Even the Comical is appalled:

They are not serious people. They live in a world where facts like 27 vacant storefronts on Valencia Street and 9.3 percent unemployment statewide and nearly 600,000 jobs lost nationally last month do not matter. The few who read books know no authors beyond Naomi Klein. They do not believe that the world has changed since the 1999 World Trade Organization protests in Seattle. This accounts for both the static nature of their vocabulary — "no formula retail!" is their death chant, though anyone who has picked up a newspaper in the last five months could tell you that there isn't a single retail establishment with a formula today — and the juvenile nature of their worldview. They do not want to see businesses be successful.

American Apparel pays immigrant labor over twice minimum wage to make clothes in Los Angeles. But it constitutes a chain store, so moonbats want it banned. They regard it as a "parasite" on their rotting urban "ecosystem." Those who would defend the capitalist exploiters received no quarter from SF's righteous liberals:

When a young man stood before the board and said that he only had health care because of his job at American Apparel, a voice in the overflow room called, "Get a job somewhere else!" Another employee told a story about a young Latino man who was able to send money to his family in Central America, and this news was met with sneers. An American Apparel representative told the board that he had gotten messages from people threatening to throw a brick through the store window, and the crowd laughed.

Don't bother asking liberals who they are going to tax if no one's allowed to run a business. They'll just tell you "the rich" have plenty of money.

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Capitalist exploiters.

On a tip from The MaryHunter.