our opponents defeated the three million of us who stood for postponing
the job-killing global warming law, a major solar company wasted no
time in shutting down their first of two factories and the James
Cameron promotion machine kicked into gear, apparently thinking we have
all forgotten about his hypocritical insistence that we "live with less."
Tell James Cameron you will NOT buy his new release of "Avatar"!
Our television's are
now awash in a marketing campaign promoting director James Cameron's
new extended version of "Avatar," due to be released this week.
time for us to send a message to James Cameron that we refuse to
purchase his new movie release (or can't afford to due to AB 32).
Please add your signature to the open letter to James Cameron which we
will send to him one month from today:
Dear Mr. Cameron:
I am one of the millions of taxpayers who supported Proposition 23.
will NOT be purchasing your extended version of "Avatar" because of
your $1 million donation to the campaign opposing the Prop. 23 effort
to relieve our economy of the costly AB 32 global warming tax.
have stated that, "we're going to have to live with less," while you
yourself own three houses in Malibu totaling 24,000 square feet, a 100
acre Santa Barbara ranch, a stable of exotic cars, a fleet of
submarines, a yacht and a Humvee firetruck.
am NOT willing to live with less. But I will be living WITHOUT your
extended version of "Avatar" thanks to your support of imposing job
losses and higher prices on the rest of us.
We the undersigned,
Click here to sign the letter now!
Morning after election Solyndra solar company closes doors!
opponents promised the devastation AB 32 would cause to traditional
jobs would be offset by millions of new "green" jobs. This despite the
fact that green jobs make up only 1% of the economy and CARB itself
admits only 10,000 new green jobs from AB 32.
in Federal loan guarantees and promotion of the company by Governor
Schwarzenegger and President Obama were still not enough to make the
company viable. The Solyndra shutdown will cost California 140 jobs.
jobs will be sent to China, illustrating yet again that California's
hostile business climate is even driving away green businesses. At the
end of the day, the bulk of the green jobs that will be created in
California will be installation - because that simply can't be done
somewhere else. But if they could install your solar panels while
standing outside the state's job-killing boundaries they probably would!
Thank you for your support of AB 32 suspension. As they say, Rome
wasn't built in a day. We will not lose until we choose to give up.
Times may be tough right now, but with the Solyndra closing, history is
already vindicating us.
Eric EisenhammerCalifornia Jobs Initiative