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 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 501
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GUYS, Guys, guys!!! Tsk tsk tsk!

All this nonsense about MLK, KKK and OWS should be celebrated, not debated!

Don't you get it? It's a testament to this great country we live in,that such demonstartions can take place, whether you agree with what their saying or not!

By all means MLK, Gandhi were great men, and had a vision about how to effect change through demonstration. Now David Duke may not make any popularity polls anytime soon. But the fact of the matter is he is speaking out for what he believes in. Even though it maybe vile to us, it is his right to assemble peacably, carry placards and speak his mind, legally under our laws.

When you see the KKK, Tea Party, Nazi's and the OWS gathering to air their grivences, it is democracy at it's best. When they do, you have choices. You can turn them off, demonstrate on the other side of the issue, answer them with contact with your representatives in DC and finnaly with your vote, say no or yes.

To make it any other way, is to deny freedom. To lessen the sacrifice of millions who died in various wars, to defend and protect that right. It's not about the message, it's about freedom to do so. You can't do that in Syria, Iran, Russia or China. At least not all the time and definitely not like here. Where protests are given a view and chance to actually change things.
 matchlight
Joined: 1/31/2009
Msg: 502
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History
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 11:17:16 AM

However, she said, the fact that the original headnotes lack legal authority leaves corporate personhood open to challenge and potential reversal.


In theory, yes. Good luck to anyone who wants to pursue that crusade. If he'd asked Ms. Markowitz about stare decisis, I'm sure she would have told him that it means the Court, after accepting for 125 years that corporations are legal persons, isn't about to say they're not.

The Court's as much as admitted that two much more recent cases, Miranda v. Arizona and Roe v. Wade, were wrongly decided. And yet when it had golden opportunities to overrule these turkeys in the 1990's, in both cases it declined. The longer the mistake's been in place, the more luster of legitimacy it takes on, and the more hesitant the Court becomes to reverse itself.

But I'm not convinced Hartmann's research proves the Court made a mistake. You don't mention that the issue came up indirectly during oral argument in the Santa Clara case. The justice who spoke about it--as I remember, the Chief Justice--could easily have refused to accept that a corporation was a person. But instead, he treated that as something the Court could assume.

The court reporter probably had an ax to grind. But whether he read more into what the justice said than was warranted, neither Hartmann nor anyone else can know. We don't have a video of what was said. Even if the Court did make a mistake in Santa Clara, though, it had lots of chances to correct it in later decisions. But it never did.

Does anyone really imagine the current justices don't know all about the Santa Clara headnote/court reporter issue? If it's so obvious the 14th Amendment should not be read to make corporations persons, it's odd that just last year, in Citizens United, the Court once again accepted that interpretation.
 RichenLosAngeles
Joined: 11/14/2010
Msg: 503
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 12:00:27 PM
Hey good news for the OWS'ers. Most of them are , or will be in the 1% club! It's true. Maybe not the 1% in the US, but in a global sense, the top 1% are judged as income of 34K US, or greater.
Congratulations!!
 Cdn_Iceman
Joined: 12/1/2010
Msg: 504
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 12:08:00 PM
And in two years they will be protesting on Wall street saying that they are not earning enough or their Credit cards interests rates are too high blah blah blah.

Please to all the Protestors down there occupying wall Street and other places of gathering, would it kill you to pick up your friggen litter? perhaps dumping on the steps of the Congress or the White house? is that too much to ask for?
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 505
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 12:38:54 PM
(Yawn) that all you guys are reduced to? Trash, 1% of the world income?

"their credit cards interest rates are to high"

WOW! Ya think? Credit card interest in this country was controled by usuary laws(luckily those banks got that rescinded, or those poor guys would only be making a scant 10 or 11% on their money) Now interest rates are NOT set with a maximun.

So while they pay less than 2% on your savings account, they routinely charge 20% on your credit card balances! Better still, they send you your bill on the 10th, it's due on the 15th, and there is no way mail will get it there on time. So DING! a late fee, DING! a chance to raise your rate for late payments.

Or if you are an unfortunate bast@rd, you lost your job, your high risk. You can apply to Premier Bank for one of those credit cards with a 79% interest rate!! Now how do you like them apples?

As for my buddy and the 1% of the world. Well what's the average cost of living in the world? Can I ask you or the government to send me a check for the difference in what I pay?

Now onto the situation in Zucotti Park! I will assume most of you have never been to wall street and the park. The park is a one block affair 2 blocks from wall street, between Broadway and Church street. It consists of some scrawny trees, a bunch of benches and some small garbage cans. There are no bathrooms, no large trash cans or bins.

The buildings around it, as expected are mostly banks and corporate buildings, hence full security, all require ID to enter and have guards. So to occupy this snip of land requires much more than most parks would. It was designed for an out door lunch or chat at noontime, not a seige of wall street. BUT it's the only public space near wall street.

So the garbage problem exists because even if they wanted to collect it, where would they put it? Oh and by the way, the WH or Capital Building are a few hundred miles away in washington.

So if we can dispense with the snide remarks, or small points that seem to be mired in heads of those people predisposed to hating the movement. Let's hear some more about why it's right to rip off, one class of people in dire straights to the profit of the other, ya know the 1%!
 timetogo3223
Joined: 9/29/2011
Msg: 506
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 6:57:46 PM
Oy...


So if we can dispense with the snide remarks, or small points that seem to be mired in heads of those people predisposed to hating the movement. Let's hear some more about why it's right to rip off, one class of people in dire straights to the profit of the other, ya know the 1%!


Some of these people in "dire straits" seem to being doing quite well with their electronics and computers and cell phones,etc.

This "movement" has been going on since the beginning of time. It's called envy, jealousy and paranoia. In the last couple of centuries it has had a socialism or communist label slapped on it.

What about the governments right to rip off everybody? You don't seem bothered by the fact that the combination of federal, state and local taxes most people are left with very little to support themselves and their families.

Why don't the "movement" people gather up the guts and go down mommy and daddy's block and demand that their neighbors support them more fully? Cut out the middleman government. They want what their neighbors have; they think some Brooks Brother's suited guy is stopping them from getting it; and they believe that the biggest vacuum of disposable income --government-- is on their side. What fools! If they only understood history, but they don't, same as some posters.
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 507
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 7:58:03 PM
Even in the arab spring, the only way it worked was through smart phones and social networking.

You can get a cell phone plan with unlimited long distance for less than $50 a month. That's much less than a hard wire plan at home, AND it's mobile. As for the crowd and computers or whatever. Probably many are not poor, this isn't about either rich or poor. That's what you guys keep missing. I can't explain why you miss it, I get it, others get it, he11 even Warren Buffet gets it.

This is about fair and those clearly over the line in what they did, just using some legal mumbo jumbo to circumvent the law. Or about abuse of power. For the last 8 pages I have explained it. He11 I haven't even told you guys some of the more juicy parts! Hahahaha!

When something tragic in this country happens, the government responds. That IS their job. Tornado's, hurricanes, wild fires, earthquakes, floods and the 1929 crash of the stock market, the 1987 crash of the stock market, 9/11 and this economic depression/recession.

As for "gather up the guts" you think it's easy to stand up to wall street? People spitting on you, ordering you about, the police harassing you, not a friend in sight, only those aligned with the other side.

"They want what their neighbors have" NO SHIT!! But really all they want is the same opportunity their neighbor HAD to get it. When I went to school my total cost for college was less than 30K. These kids leave college today with the eqivalent of a house mortgage of 100+K for a good school and room and board and books. Yeah they did that to themselves based on the promise made by our country. That employment would be a universal right, not a road to quasi-slavery.

3 years and the whole country by almost 70% in any poll you can cite, says the economy is job #1 for our govenrment and a better jobs market.

"If they only understood history, but they don't, same as some posters"

Well I guess you told me! But I'm the only one, or one of a very select few, who posts up actual facts. NOT feelings cause you don't like the way they look, or stack trash, or not go silently into that good night! They want to stand up and let their voices be heard.

But you'll never get it, you can't, otherwise you'd be there as well. What fools indeed, the question is who is the fool.
 lyingcheat
Joined: 9/13/2009
Msg: 508
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History
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:06:02 PM

Some of these people in "dire straits" seem to being doing quite well with their electronics and computers and cell phones,etc.

I don't think the 'Occupy' movement is an Amish front? So what's the problem if they have access to technology?
Unless there's a clause in those pesky 'Terms and Conditions' that says "Use of this cell phone obliterates your right to think the world could be improved" I guess...

The technology is presumable used to promote, via social media, the cause they are concerned about and doesn't, in any way, diminish their right to protest.

This "movement" has been going on since the beginning of time. It's called envy, jealousy and paranoia. In the last couple of centuries it has had a socialism or communist label slapped on it.

That's ^^^ either ignorance of the facts, an intentional distortion, or mindless parroting of meaningless epithets you've picked up from some fact-free propaganda source.


Why don't the "movement" people gather up the guts and go down mommy and daddy's block and demand that their neighbors support them more fully? Cut out the middleman government. They want what their neighbors have;

More ^^^ ridiculous distortions.


What fools! If they only understood history, but they don't, same as some posters.

That's true, some posters clearly are a little hazy on their history, and some even seem unable to distinguish between deluded lies and obvious reality.
 Home_for_30
Joined: 2/6/2010
Msg: 509
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:41:31 PM
"WOW! Ya think? Credit card interest in this country was controled by usuary laws(luckily those banks got that rescinded, or those poor guys would only be making a scant 10 or 11% on their money) Now interest rates are NOT set with a maximun."
-why should we need laws to set interest rates...you borrowed from them, they set the rates...if you can afford it, you don't borrow...live within your means!
 Home_for_30
Joined: 2/6/2010
Msg: 510
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:46:49 PM
"When something tragic in this country happens, the government responds. That IS their job. Tornado's, hurricanes, wild fires, earthquakes, floods and the 1929 crash of the stock market, the 1987 crash of the stock market, 9/11 and this economic depression/recession."
-Where in the Constitution or Bill of Rights does it say the government is suppose to do those things?

"They want what their neighbors have" NO SHIT!! But really all they want is the same opportunity their neighbor HAD to get it. When I went to school my total cost for college was less than 30K. These kids leave college today with the eqivalent of a house mortgage of 100+K for a good school and room and board and books. Yeah they did that to themselves based on the promise made by our country. That employment would be a universal right, not a road to quasi-slavery."
-What promise? What right? You have the Right of Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness, but no guarantee that you will make it. No one says you need $100k education to be successful...again, its a LOAN! You pay it back with interest.
 HalftimeDad
Joined: 5/29/2005
Msg: 511
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:46:54 PM
I think the point was that major financial groups within your country managed to get the laws changed for their benefit. Just like those same credit card companies managed to get credit card debt exempt from bankruptcy protection. There's really no reason why credit card debt should be treated any differently - it's just that they get what they want from Washington.
 frijolera_ninja
Joined: 4/11/2011
Msg: 512
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:55:15 PM
Wow so go out and terrorize in the streets and frighten the citizens with vandalism? Gee that'll learn em!
 timetogo3223
Joined: 9/29/2011
Msg: 513
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/2/2011 8:58:56 PM
Oy....

Me...

"If they only understood history, but they don't, same as some posters".


Oy...

Well I guess you told me! But I'm the only one, or one of a very select few, who posts up actual facts. NOT feelings cause you don't like the way they look, or stack trash, or not go silently into that good night! They want to stand up and let their voices be heard.


Yes, I guess I did. The shoe fits.

You gather your "facts" in the great liberal sludge pile, filled with the waste of liberal ideas and ideals and failed policies and programs, stoked by talking points from Obamatron-like shovelers. Your facts mean nothing, considering the sources.

But... I am SO glad you consider yourself amongst the "very select few", a very common perception of the liberal sway. I am not posting "feelings"; I'm voicing opinion and trying to engage in constructive argument with the obtuse. Ever hear of a guy call Socrates? You may know him as "Mr. So-crates". You know, from a movie that could be about two liberal/progressive dudes who are maybe posters on internet forums.

I have no problem with the Occupy Drum Bang's voice being heard, stupid and misdirected as they are.

So... you like the way they stash their trash? Or cause the Real 99% to lose jobs? Lot to like there, yes. For dumb and dumber.
 Arlo_Troutman
Joined: 9/26/2009
Msg: 514
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 7:46:15 AM
(OyVay...) Well I guess you told me! But I'm the only one, or one of a very select few, who posts up actual facts. NOT feelings cause you don't like the way they look, or stack trash, or not go silently into that good night! They want to stand up and let their voices be heard.


I agree that the Occupy protestors have a right (even a DUTY) to protest. Many of the conditions that they initially brought up were completely relevant. However, here in Ottawa, at least, and in Toronto, they apparently don't want their voices to be heard. They've gone from a bunch of people with some legitimate grievances, to a crowd that wants to have an urban camping experience. There are a wide variety of causes being espoused/groups representing themselves (including, oddly, big labour unions) -- no coherent, discernable message.

Someone recently said, in regard to this, that the streets need a good "taking-to". I agree. But, this Occupy movement (at least here in Ottawa) is *NOT* a good "taking-to", by any stretch of the imagination.


(mjyawn) The the one that insist that CEO's live to lay off people and then give themselves raises afterwards......Have you given any thought to the fact that if the workers were making the company money in the first place their jobs would not be on the chopping block?


What utter nonsense. You should know better than this.

Arlo...
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 515
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 9:41:07 AM
(sigh) Boy this gets old! Blah blah blah! I realize that by now those who are stuck in one mindset will never alter their opinion. I'm OK with that. I will not change mine either.

I may indict your ideas with facts, you all seem to want to indict this movement or me with feelings. Ain't gonna work.

"why should we need laws to set interest rates"

Banks encourage deposits, in the old days they gave you a toaster to open an account and keep X in it. Now after rescinding usuary laws that's history. Now they use subtle gimmicks with account fees to pay you bupkis on your money, while charging you obscene rates for their services. If they can get money from the Fed window at close to 0%, why is it neccessary to charge 23% on credit cards? Or 16% for car loans? Add to that they pay you 1% on the money you have on deposit.

Now if you live within your means, great! I live within mine. But you see others don't..

They were encouraged through the ads on TV, without citing the attendent risks or costs. If those laws passed in the 30's worked for 60 years, what changed? The lobbyists the banking lobby paid to alter our laws.

"what promises"

Gee I guess you never watched a political speech in the last 5 years or for that matter 50! They all promise to grow the economy, expand jobs, a chicken in every pot! So these young folks based on OUR needs for certain professions, committed to get the education neccessary, then they get to the end of the road, no jobs.

But lets not let facts, or anything else, get in the way or a good pile on. Let's just stick to the "great liberal sludge pile", "stupid and misdirected", "dumb an dumber" and the host of other great points.

"Your facts mean nothing"

Funny, the facts are the facts. I don't draw them from just liberal sources, but from what I observed working on wall street. From history in business, from such heritic newspapers as the Financial Times and WSJ.

So by all means Archie Bunkers unite! It is only your fears of the facts that will prevent a good lynching!

Edit to add: VVVVVVVV

Yes rich sure they should start a bank or embrace an FCU. Now starting a bank or competing with the top 5 in this country who hold interests in 70%(a very conservative number) of assets, is a very difficult thing.

While your buy apples elsewhere seems a good answer, it is somewhat flawed. Why is it when you buy an airline ticket they all charge within a few bucks the same price? Or the cost of cell service is the same no matter which carrier? Or the insurance premiums for health insurance, is about the same? If everyone holds hands about pricing, then there is no competition.
 RichenLosAngeles
Joined: 11/14/2010
Msg: 516
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 9:42:01 AM
"So if we can dispense with the snide remarks, or small points that seem to be mired in heads of those people predisposed to hating the movement. Let's hear some more about why it's right to rip off, one class of people in dire straights to the profit of the other, ya know the 1%"

Oy, what kind of snide question begins with the premise that someone is being ripped off?
If someone is being defrauded, the one doing the fraud should go to jail, like Mr. Madoff.

I would say to you, that if you feel my apples are overpriced, then go buy from someone else. It's no more complicated than that.
If fifty thousand people are protesting that "the banks" are no good, why don't they pool their money and be their own bank? Voting with your feet, and with your dollars, is a powerful activity.
 timetogo3223
Joined: 9/29/2011
Msg: 517
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 12:01:04 PM
Oy...


"They want what their neighbors have" NO SHIT!! But really all they want is the same opportunity their neighbor HAD to get it. When I went to school my total cost for college was less than 30K. These kids leave college today with the eqivalent of a house mortgage of 100+K for a good school and room and board and books. Yeah they did that to themselves based on the promise made by our country. That employment would be a universal right, not a road to quasi-slavery.


And why do you think college costs so much? Has the price of paper for textbooks gone up that much? Or for desks? Pay attention now: the reason college tuition has gone up so much is because it can. Why can it? Because colleges and universities --Big School, if you will-- know that there is an unlimited supply of money available courtesy of student loans, which were quasi-government controlled pre BHO and are now quickly becoming a government monopoly. Just like the Big Banks you so loath, they know that it is not their money they are playing with. How come, OY, you never heard the liberals/progressives and their toady politicians knocking Big School? It's not hard.... C'mon.... Yes. Bingo! You've got it. The equally toady tenured professors are liberal and progressive and have the pol's back. D-U-H.

Oh, not to mention that many universities are sitting on huge endowments and have made tons of money on --gasp!-- Wall Street.

I love it too that you think that "our country" makes promises to people. There is "Life, Liberty and the pursuit of happiness". All times are different. Before your got your degree in, what?... Certainly not economics or history, the opportunity to go to college for many was nil. What other promises do you want delivered to you based on your birth?

BTW, when I started driving gas was 73 cents a gallon. It has been government restrictions on energy development that has escalate the price to today's level. I should Occupy DC with this and bang a drum.
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 518
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 12:49:53 PM
Time where do you get your information? I don't mind a flawed explanation but you miss the boat on sooo much. Let's take your last point first.

You have expoused free markets, it's great you remember gas at 73 cents a gallon, I remember 40 cents. I honestly can't believe you think it's "government restrictions on energy development" but lets take a look shall we.

In a free market, oil is sold to the highest bidder. 25 years ago, we were the big kahuna with regard to buying oil, we got what we want, anytime we want. Development of the economies of China and India, have caused them to increase their oil purchases, to match their economic development. 25 years ago, the only ones with cars in China were a handful of people with money and party officials. Now car sales there are through the roof. Same with India and the outsourcing of jobs from us to them. More people own more cars there so they buy more oil.

Do you really believe that the kind folks at Exxon(sign of the double cross) would have a problem selling the oil to them instead of us, if they were willing to pay more? Supply and demand pal, it's a fact of life.

This belies the fact that those wonderful folks on wall street led by those exemplery people at Goldman Sachs, exacerbate the moves in oil by speculating on the price. 30 years ago, the volume in oil futures contracts was 20% of what it is today. They were bot and sold mostly between oil companies, refiners, shipping companies and anybody else who wanted to control their future oil costs. Now there are loads of speculators looking to bet on the price of oil. An increase in the margin rate might help, but the republicans wouldn't like that. Would hurt the banks and oil companies they get their PAC money from.

As for the schools. I could care less what their professors are liberal or whatever. No different than the scumbags in DC, they live a life beyond reason. While many no longer enjoy summers off, they are still paid a premium over most folks. Further they have pension plans that kick in after 20 years. You got that chum? Plus health benefits most people don't have bot and paid for by the college. Changing books is a scam to make more money for the colleges as well. The books cost more today than 10 years ago and change every year.

How about we reduce colleges to education. Make it the same as all businesses. Hold them to standards about change of text books to relevant changes in material covered in courses. Let the profs pay their own healthcare. End the athletic programs that they use for advertising and cost a fortune. See I could give a sh1t less about those people or any people ripping off the public.

As for BHO and the schools, better check your dates pal, the cost escalation I spoke of took place since the 80's. This sh1t was out of control before BHO even entered politics.

But I guess you need some one to blame for all the woes, none of this happened before him.

Maybe you can build a case for him being responsible for the JFK or Lincoln asassination if you think about it!
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 519
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 2:58:06 PM
A dollar ($1.00) for a gallon of gas in 1974 when someone started driving would equate to $4.37 for the same gallon today...



Supply and demand


This would be the ultimate law of economics...lest some of us not know..



As for the schools


Yes, let's unfund schools...and then truly we'll be as dumb as some of us already sound.
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 520
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 3:09:12 PM

Concerts and prayer sessions, free barbecue and ice cream were among the offerings to a motley mix of protesters. Cannabis smoke was widespread. ...


If you didn't see it first hand then the media can't be trusted (to quote many from the right)...and if you did see it first hand...you cannot be trusted-you're bias
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 521
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 3:22:56 PM
Now that's some funny sh1t! Hahahahaha!!!

Paul no doubt you have a future in editing. Shame you couldn't have edited the day Kennedy was shot in Dallas! It would have read "Man shot in Dallas!"

Hahahahahaha!!!

At least try to be a little fair. You seemed to have failed to quote that the crowd was 7,000, or that it was diverse, with white collar, union guys, street guys. Or the important part that some of the protestor's tried to stop the violence when a group of 100 "masked" folks showed up and caused the trouble.

I definitely would recommend all of you read the "WHOLE" article!

Nice try though, definitely A for effort. Never let it be said, that the consevatives don't like to cite articles and news. It's just their editing skills are a little shoddy!

Hahahahahaha!!!
 Earthpuppy
Joined: 2/9/2008
Msg: 522
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History
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 3:26:23 PM
Meanwhile today, in cigar smoke-filled boardrooms in the financial district of the Bay Area, caviar, champaign and cocaine was consumed in mass quantities over last quarter's record profits from more layoffs. Heard it in the news.
 OyVay...
Joined: 7/15/2011
Msg: 523
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 3:51:27 PM
Sorry Paul, throughout the thread, you have made it clear, you HATE these people, their basically dog sh1t under your feet.

Reread what you wrote and try telling us that wasn't slanted as misleading.

"The following is the first paragraph of an article on Yahoo"

No it wasn't, it was about half the paragraph. The half that had all the things you HATE! Smokin weed!! and a motley mix!

"The last sentence says all that needs to be said."

Can be interpreted as either the last line of the article or again just your contempt for the people smoking pot.

No matter which, all you presented was your total distain for them. Further you didn't WANT anyone to see the rest, it didn't fit with your jaundiced view of the whole movement.

Hey, we have no doubt who you are, what you believe and how you feel. But in the future cite sources, so others can read the WHOLE article, just not the odds and ends you wish to press on.

Frankly I don't care whether you like them or not, I doubt they would care either. So let's leave the editing to the editors.
 BigBadNIrish
Joined: 1/31/2011
Msg: 524
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/3/2011 5:14:37 PM

By the way, if you knew that the paragraph I posted was actually only half of the first paragraph, then that means you must have somehow managed to find the whole article, so it would seem that my citing the whole source is not necessary


Read the rules.
 timetogo3223
Joined: 9/29/2011
Msg: 525
Occupy Wall Street
Posted: 11/4/2011 6:26:06 AM
Paul K....




Thank you for interpretting and KNOWING what I feel, and for telling me what I hate


Occupiers of the liberal and progressive ideals often are great at mind reading and telling you what you really mean. Example: disagree with Obama and you are racist. Disagree with the popular opinion on such a secular "saint" as Martin Luther King and not only are you racist but your entire pedigree going back to exiting the swamp days.

Keep going Paul K. You are doing a small part in the Occupy Liberals movement, an action branch of the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy. Someday there will be a medal for that, hopefully presented by clean people with no drum banging.
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