In response to Arizona's threat to cut off electricity to California generated in Arizona's power plants, California today threatened to scramble the TV signal of Seinfeld, Law and Order and Bonanza.
The city councils of Los Angles and San Francisco's voted to boycott Arizona companies and products as the result of Arizona's passing of tough new illegal alien laws aimed at Hispanics, brought about after Mexico's refusal to stop hungry people from crossing over the border into the United States illegally in search of jobs.
Arizona's new laws are set to interfere with the bribes that LA and San Francisco politicians receive from Arizona businessmen who use the cheap foreign labor to fill jobs which American workers refuse to do in the first place since American workers can receive unemployment benefits for up to eighteen months for more than the minimum wages Arizona companies pay to illegal aliens. That is, of course, after they lost their American jobs, which were either shipped overseas to India or Russia. Or which were lost in the feeding frenzy caused by Wall Street financiers and bankers who decided to cash out with the Bush Administration as the very thought of newly elected Democratic majorities in both Houses scared the hell of them.
Arizona has also caused unrest in LA and San Francisco because they have announced that they will refuse to allow the newly elected Democrat President's name to be placed on the ballot for re-election because, in their view, he is an illegal alien himself, who refuses to provide multiple copies of his birth certificate on demand. This move has seriously ruffled the feathers of the local older Tea Party members who now dominate politics in the area.
In response to the crisis, Russia, which cut off natural gas supplies to Europe a year ago in the dead of winter, as revenge for EU's approval of NATO missiles in Poland, today came out in support of Arizona's while India at the behest of powerful Bollywood tycoons backed California.
As of Wednesday afternoon, Moscow time, both countries were massing troops along their borders.