Boycott Costa Mesa and don’t vote for Bill Hunt!


As if we didn’t have enough reasons to not vote for Bill Hunt, he appears in the video above, giving his support to the racist “Rule of Law” statute passed by the Costa Mesa City Council this week.

“This week’s resolution follows an April news conference in which Mayor Allan Mansoor called for stricter regulations to catch illegal immigrants living, working and driving in the city,” according to the L.A. Times.

It was a unanimous vote, according to the L.A. Times, but Council Woman Katrina Foley says she did not vote for this.  Thanks Katrina!

According to Gustavo Arellano,  Mansoor, whose parents were immigrants from Egypt and Sweden, has failed in his longstanding war against all things Mexican:

Actually, Mansoor’s campaign against illegals has cost the city much money than it has saved. The city spent tens of thousands of taxpayer dollars both defending against and pursuing an unsuccessful lawsuit against activist Coyotl Tezcatlipoca, all because Mansoor didn’t appreciate Coyotl’s defiance of Da Dum-Dum Mayor on the dais during a city council meeting. Mansoor tried closing down the Orange Coast College Swap Meet, a move that would’ve cost the city thousands in fees. And Mansoor rejected $40,000 in funds that a basketball league would’ve paid the city, all because the league had the word “Aztec” in it and mostly involved Mexis.

A group on Facebook is leading a boycott against Costa Mesa.  Click here to check them out.  Don’t spend your money at Costa Mesa businesses!!!

And don’t forget to donate to Phu Nguyen, who is running for the Democratic nomination in the 68th Assembly District.  Click here to see his website.  If Mansoor beats Long Pham, in the GOP primary, then Nguyen will be our only hope to stop Mansoor and prevent him from getting to Sacramento.

About Zorro

Yes, Zorro is gay. Zorro is gay in San Francisco, black in South Africa, an Asian in Europe, a Chicano in San Ysidro, an anarchist in Spain, a Palestinian in Israel, a Mayan Indian in the streets of San Cristobal, a Jew in Germany, a Gypsy in Poland, a Mohawk in Quebec, a pacifist in Bosnia, a single woman on the Metro at 10pm, a peasant without land, a gang member in Santa Ana, an unemployed worker, an unhappy student and, of course, a good government advocate in Anaheim. Zorro is all the exploited, marginalized, oppressed minorities resisting and saying `Enough'. He or she is every minority who is now beginning to speak and every majority that must shut up and listen. He or she is every untolerated group searching for a way to speak. Everything that makes power and the good consciences of those in power uncomfortable -- this is Zorro.