Saturday, March 26, 2011

Immigration in the South

If you want to see some bad reporting, check out this New York Times article on immigration legislation in the South.  The basic argument is that there is more restrictionist legislation in the South than elsewhere.  We know, of course, that state and local governments in the West and Northeast have already passed various bills that are being legally challenged.  In the South, however, the article points mostly to proposed legislation, and then mentions only one bill that has a clear chance of passing.  It then asks people in one Atlanta grocery store what they think, and generalizes from that.

If you want a more nuanced view, read my book.  To quote myself, "Although one might expect that as more immigrants arrive Southern legislatures would be more likely to pass legislation, thus far the evidence is not firm" (p. 154).


Vicente Duque 5:55 PM  

Arizona : Robert Delgado, president and CEO of Hensley Beverage Company, owned largely by Cindy McCain, the wife of Sen. John McCain - Surprise !! ... Robert is against AZ Racism. Latinos boycotted Budweiser Beer distributed by Hensley, after McCain became not the best friend - Surprise, Budweiser is now a Brazilian beer

If you drink Budweiser you help a "Multilatina", if you refuse Budweiser you punish John McCain.

Either way you risk the salvation of your soul and eternal condemnation in Hell ( drinking the Devil's Piss for all eternity ! )

The Defeat of Budweiser Beer by Latinos that disliked the Maverick John McCain and his unfriendly stand on the Immigration Issue. Also the Saint Patrick's Day Coup d'etat against Russell Pearce and his Gang of Republican "Bad Guys" in the Arizona Senate by Arizona's Who is Who of Business. Robert Delgado manages the Business of Cindy McCain and is a Business Superstar against Racism.

John McCain is just an opportunist - A Chameleon changing colors in every election.

Budweiser is now effectively a Brazilian beer.

Anheuser-Busch Inbev (BUD) has been a Brazilian company since 2008 and dominates Latin markets like Argentina, with about 75% of the total sales, and of course Brazil.

Brazilian Carlos Brito is the current chief executive officer of InBev ( owner of Anheuser Busch and Budweiser ). Brito replaced John Brock at the end of 2005. InBev's current Board of Directors include Allan Chapin, Carlos Alberto da Veiga Sicupira, Arnoud de Pret Roose de Calesberg, Jean-Luc Dehaene, Philippe de Spoelberch, Jorge Paulo Lemann, Roberto Moses Thompson Motta, Kees J. Storm, and Peter Harf (chairman of the Board).

On July 13, 2008, InBev agreed to buy Anheuser-Busch for a total value of $52 billion, which would create a new company to be named Anheuser-Busch InBev. It was reported that Anheuser will get two seats on the combined board. To obtain antitrust approval in the United States, InBev agreed to divest itself of the company that imports Labatt's beer, another InBev brand, into the United States; this transaction was completed on March 13, 2009.

The all-cash agreement, for $70 per share, or almost $52 billion, would create the world's largest brewer, uniting the maker of Budweiser and Michelob with the producer of Stella Artois, Bass and Brahma. The two companies would have yearly sales of more than $36.4 billion, surpassing the current number one brewer, London based SABMiller.

More Information here ( InBev in Wikipedia ) :


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