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The Battle of Los Angeles...and meat

You'd think that with all of the problems in LA, the city council would have something more important to do than pass pointless unenforceable resolutions. You'd be wrong

by Emily Schrader on 13 November 2012 13:28

The City Council San Francisco, California has a reputation for being “progressive” to the point of insanity. From attempting ban happy meals to banning circumcision, the Golden Gate city is literally overflowing with left-wing loons – and based on recent events, perhaps they’re overflowing to Los Angeles.

While city councils don’t really have the power to enforce things like “Happy Meal Bans,” alone, they are quite fond of passing utterly pointless resolutions in order to demonstrate solidarity with a cause.

Last year the Los Angeles City Council (LACC) passed a resolution against “hate speech.” (Only from Republicans of course.) Now, they’ve passed a resolution, unanimously, to encourage “Meatless Mondays.” Yes, the LACC is waging a war on beef in an effort to promote “health” and “sustainability”.

Councilwoman Jan Perry, who also tried to ban fast food in Los Angeles, told the Los Angeles Daily News that she believes this will encourage good food choices.

You would think that with all of the problems in Los Angeles, the city council would have something more important to do than pass pointless unenforceable resolutions, but clearly they do not.

What will it be next? No dessert Wednesdays?

Read the whole story here.

Read more on: Los Angeles Meatless Monday, Los Angeles, and Loony Left
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