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Guess Who's Complaining about the 'Occupy' Protests?

By Bobby Eberle

The poor members of the media. They are such victims. They can spin a story. They can slant a story. They can push an ideology. And they can also be the biggest bunch of babies in the world. Unlike the Tea Party protesters, who would have a rally and go home, the "Occupy" protests like to camp out and stay... leaving filth and violence in their wake. This is a situation that is very hard for law enforcement to handle, and yet, members of the media are now complaining that they aren't being treated fairly at the "Occupy" protests. Where's my violin?

So here's the story.

Media organizations sent letters on Monday to city officials complaining about the police handling of journalists covering the Occupy Wall Street protests and called for meetings to address their concerns.

They said New York police blocked journalists from seeing when authorities cleared out the Occupy camp in lower Manhattan's Zuccotti Park last week and said police officers used force and arrested some journalists as they were trying to do their jobs.

Now, let's put this all in a little perspective. As ABC News reported, a woman involved in the Occupy Philadelphia protests was raped in a tent by another protester. NY1.com reported a few days ago that 250 people were arrested and seven police officers were injured during Occupy Wall Street protests.

One officer, 24-year-old Matthew Walters, received 24 stitches in his left hand after a demonstrator threw a star-shaped glass object toward him.

Another officer suffered irritation to his face after a demonstrator threw an unknown liquid, similar to an incident earlier in the day.

The Los Angeles Times reported earlier this month on the violent protests occurring in conjunction with the Occupy Oakland protests. "Three protesters were hospitalized and several officers received minor injuries after Occupy Oakland protesters took over a downtown office building and police in riot gear fired tear gas at them."

Penny Nace, writing for National Review described some of the other episodes of violence:

In addition to rapists, suicidal folks are causing emotional distress within the movement. After a 32-year-old man shot himself inside his tent at Occupy Burlington, Vermont protesters were so traumatized that they readily agreed to pack up and end their demonstration.

Besides rapes and suicides, occupiers have injured women in the midst of their shameless attempts to grab attention. A couple weeks ago, I attended Americans for Prosperity's "Defending the American Dream" Summit, which was crashed by Occupy D.C. I was able to depart safely, with my frightened guests in tow, as protesters hissed vile remarks in our direction. Others weren't that lucky. The Daily Caller reports that an elderly woman was pushed down the stairs during the occupiers' stampede into the convention center. Not one protester stopped to help her, even as she lay in pain from severe injuries to her wrists, ankles, and legs.

That is the situation. That is the reality. This is what law enforcement officials have to deal with. But the media are crying as if they are the victims:

"The police actions of last week have been more hostile to the press than any other event in recent memory," a coalition of media organizations and journalist groups said in a letter to chief New York Police Department spokesman Paul Browne.

The New York Civil Liberties Union sent another letter to Mayor Michael Bloomberg and police Commissioner Raymond Kelly, covering similar ground.

"The numerous reports we have received and have learned of make clear to us that the NYPD is aggressively blocking journalists from doing their constitutionally protected work and in some instances is even targeting journalists for mistreatment," that letter said.

Targeting journalists for mistreatment? I don't even know where to begin!

The media groups, in their letter, cited numerous examples, including an officer grabbing a photographer and dragging him from the park and another pushing a reporter, who fell on the ground. They called for a meeting "so that we may have full and frank discussions in order to resolve these issues and prevent further deterioration of the police-press relationship which is so critical to an informed public."

How about this... when a situation exists where there are rapes and suicides and rioting and other violence, how about if you let the police officers do their jobs. Containing the situation and preventing people from getting hurt or killed is paramount.

So there you have it... injured police officers versus bruised egos. Seems pretty black and white to me.

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  1. Texas PatriotComment by Texas Patriot
    November 22, 2011 @ 10:36 am

    It is high time for police and authorities to eradicate the Parasites on Parade vermin from our parks and cities.

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    • AMVoterComment by AMVoter
      November 22, 2011 @ 5:30 pm

      “Parasites on Parade”  Good one!

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  2. onewildmanComment by onewildman
    November 22, 2011 @ 10:55 am

     They should just arrest so called journalist for interfering with a police action if they can’t stay behind the police. These OWS people have no respect for anything except themselves. They could care less about hurting innocent bystanders. They breed violence and the police have a hard enough time with the protesters and don’t need to be wasting time trying to decide who is a journalist and who is not. They all look the same.
     
     These journalist are adults and they know that they could get hurt or arrested before they make the decision to be there. Anything that happens to them is their fault, just like driving under the influence. They go in and report about the movement and slant everything positively pro protesters. If it weren’t for News Max, GOPUSA, and a hand full of News papers the atrocities that occur in these OWS encampments we would know there was any violence except the way the mainstream media portrays the police. They don’t want you to see or hear about drugs, assaults, rapes and murders that are happening. Instead they try to shape the news and portray them as peaceful group spreading love and joy. Gage me with shovel, I want to puke.
     
    IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! !

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    • OutspokenComment by Outspoken
      November 22, 2011 @ 6:05 pm

      The really sad part is that HAD a media person been hurt by someone in the OWS group, they would be SCREAMING that the police are not doing their jobs !.

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    • StephComment by Steph
      November 22, 2011 @ 8:28 pm

      “don’t need to be wasting time trying to decide who is a journalist and who is not. They all look the same.” – wow, you really hit the nail on the head! EVERYONE is taking videos either with their phones or digital cameras, have you noticed? How are the police to know who is doing what? Sure, the ones with the big TV cameras are obvious, but a lot are not so obvious. And, “outspoken”, you absolutely right – the press would be screaming if there had even been a hint of violence towards them from the OWS protestors. I have to say that the majority of all the police officers I have seen in various videos in different cities have behaved so well and NOT reacted to having people shout and spit in their faces, being poked with sharp instruments.  Really, they are to be commended.  There have been few incidents where a couple have blown it but I am amazed that their is such restraint on law enforcement’s part.

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  3. rightinleftlandComment by rightinleftland
    November 22, 2011 @ 11:05 am

    I’m almost in the midst of these Occupy at UCLA and I can’t agree with you more. These protesters that were sprayed were told to leave by a certain time and decided on their own to disobey the law and the police by deciding to stay when clearly told to go. When will these young people take responsibility for their own actions? Why do they think if they blame everyone else for their own actions, it won’t fall on them?
     

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    • onewildmanComment by onewildman
      November 22, 2011 @ 11:34 am

      rightinleftland, The other thing is the liberals are trying to call this excessive force. Absolutely no truth in that. First all officers know what it feels like because they have had to experienced it themselves in training. They are lucky they didn’t get shot with my pepper spray. Kimber pepper blaster II, 4 million Scoville and last about 45 minutes to an hour. This stuff is absolutely killer. mine is the reloadable type.It is way worse than going into a teargas filled room which I have experienced.

       IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! ! ! !

       

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    • bna42Comment by bna42
      November 22, 2011 @ 3:11 pm

      “Why do they think if they blame everyone else for their own actions, it won’t fall on them?

      They have been taught to “blame everyone else”.  They see Obama doing it every day, and they see Obama offering support to their protests.

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    • halsey59Comment by halsey59
      November 24, 2011 @ 3:45 am

      The victimology mind set started way back in the early 70′s. I remember an article back then in either Time or Newsweek titled “A Nation of Victims” that was about how the USA has become or learned how to be the victim. The progressives were portraying ALL criminals as victims so as to lessen their sentences to prison. They don’t believe in ‘evil’ as an entity in some people.

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  4. carolComment by carol
    November 22, 2011 @ 11:30 am

    Boo hoo, boo hoo!

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    • ccfontenComment by ccfonten
      November 22, 2011 @ 11:55 am

      Yeah, I’m about to start crying purple pickle juice.

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  5. sej222Comment by sej222
    November 22, 2011 @ 11:48 am

    I feel bad for the cops.  They’re trained to enforce the law, always with the potential for injury to themselves.  Then they are constrained not to enforce the law by their left leaning political bosses.  Then lawlessness breeds what lawlessness always breeds – greater lawlessness.  Once the mayors have cultivated a genuinely dangerous situation, THEN they send the cops in.  At this point their risk of injury is high.  And as an added bonus, they have to physically force unruly mobs to do things they don’t want to do, all without hurting any of them.  Are you kidding me?  Why the h*ll do they let the “occupiers” camp out in the first place?  What has that got to do with free speech?

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    • commonsenseneededComment by commonsenseneeded
      November 28, 2011 @ 9:55 am

      More tiptoeing around the noise makers, for fear of being called a nasty name, or being accused of discrimination! That’s the only reason these people are allowed to occupy city parks, access to government buildings, tie up traffic in busy areas. There are a lot of problems in today’s world, but I don’t think pitching tents in a public park, and denying access to the taxpaying citizens is going to find anyone any favor in the public’s mind. Why aren’t these people out looking for a job, or doing something constructive to make our society better. In my opinion, these people are no better than drunk and drugged homeless people, feeling they have an excuse to pitch a tent on public property. Arrest them all, and charge them for the clean up of the messes they’ve made! Why should the taxpayers pay for it?
       

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  6. ccfontenComment by ccfonten
    November 22, 2011 @ 11:57 am

    Read a great description of the ows crowd: The Freeloader Movement.
    Or you could call them the whiney pooper movement.

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  7. bobnipComment by bobnip
    November 22, 2011 @ 12:07 pm

    The “Occupy Portland” slime were successful on two fronts. First, they cost the taxpayers $800,000 in police over time. Second, they destroyed two beautiful parks, at a cost yet to be announced. There were several drug overdoses, several rapes, many assaults, and even some disease spreading. But, the important message was carried by the diehard, “We’re protesting the man, man!” 

    I occasionally force myself to listen to Liberal stations to get a taste of what the bozos are talking about. One particular commentator was trying to draw the correlations between this group of miscreants and the Tea Party. This woman was clueless about what the Tea Party really represents. The Tea Party represents everything decent and wholesome in America. These occupiers represent what we have allowed permeate into our society. They represent a cancerous sore festering to destroy everything we hold dear.

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    • onewildmanComment by onewildman
      November 22, 2011 @ 12:39 pm

      Dammed straight!
       
      IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! ! !

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    • StephComment by Steph
      November 22, 2011 @ 8:40 pm

      It seems like every park or public area where these miscreants “squat” has been damaged and I would venture to guess the costs to repair the public areas will be in the thousands not to mention the costs of police overtime and extra officers from outlying cities/counties. Mayor Quan in Oakland had to pay $1000 per officer that was hired to clear out Frank Ogawa park. The reason is the first time they went in there and cleared the park she turned right around and let the OWS punks come back! No more freebies for Oakland. She is a disgrace to her office, IMHO (yes I live in the Bay Area – not Oakland, thank the Lord!)

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  8. PhilComment by Phil
    November 22, 2011 @ 12:08 pm

    Here in the Land of Enchatment they all went home. Got to cold at 40 degrees. Police should use water cannons when temp goes below freezing 

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    • LAPhilComment by LAPhil
      November 22, 2011 @ 12:34 pm

      I like the idea of tasers myself.

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  9. BUCKEYEFANComment by BUCKEYEFAN
    November 22, 2011 @ 12:32 pm

    I thank God everyday, that I live in the country, not near any major cities, where this takes place…..I guess we had a few for a day or two in Columbus, but didn’t hear much about it….I feel so sorry for the citizens, and law enforcement folks for having to deal with these filthy lazy individuals who don’t have a life, but want the taxpayers to give them one….I think water canons would be great on two counts….Give the cruds a shower, and move them out…..

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  10. LAPhilComment by LAPhil
    November 22, 2011 @ 1:09 pm

    Here’s a song I just wrote. I welcome all feedback:

    Wall Street
     
    (to the tune of  “South Street” by the Orlons)
     
    Where do all the hippies meet?
    Wall Street, Wall Street.
    Where there’s no place to excrete;
    Wall Street, Wall Street.
    It’s OK to run amuk
    When you think the banks all suck
    Don’t come ‘round, baby, they’ll be coming to your town.
     
    Oh baby, stay off of Wall Street
    Don’t come ‘round.
    Stay off of Wall Street.
    The least hip street in town.
    Just stay on 3rd Street, 4th Street, 5th Avenue.
    Wall Street’s the worst street to have a point of view.
     
    Do you hear those bongos beat?
    Wall Street, Wall Street.
    Can you smell those filthy feet?
    Wall Street, Wall Street.
    Everyone puts up a tent
    They’re the 99% percent.
    Don’t come ‘round. Baby, they’ll be coming to your town.
     
    Oh baby, stay off of Wall Street
    Don’t come ‘round.
    Stay off of Wall Street.
    The least hip street in town.
    Just stay on 3rd Street, 4th Street, 5th Avenue.
    Wall Street’s the worst street to have a point of view.
     
    (Repeat last verse)

     
     
     

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    • KlausComment by Klaus
      November 22, 2011 @ 2:32 pm

      Excellent!

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    • LAPhilComment by LAPhil
      November 22, 2011 @ 2:37 pm

      Thanks. I felt like it was a song waiting to be written.

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    • AMVoterComment by AMVoter
      November 22, 2011 @ 5:37 pm

      LOL  Love it!

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  11. Dingbat36Comment by Dingbat36
    November 22, 2011 @ 2:35 pm

    Of all the gross, disease ridden, disgusting “movements” I have ever seen in my 75 years on this earth……OWS is about as bad as it could possibly get.  Someone ought to ask them if some of that money they want is to come out of their parents and grandparents IRAs and 401k plans. I guess if it’s government money they are talking about, someone needs to tell them that was their parents and grandparents money too until the IRS insisted on having it!
     
    OWS = Obama’s Witless Stooges

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    • LAPhilComment by LAPhil
      November 22, 2011 @ 2:40 pm

      Good one! “Obama’s Witless Stooges”.

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    • BUCKEYEFANComment by BUCKEYEFAN
      November 22, 2011 @ 2:54 pm

      Dingbat36…We are the same age, and we have seen this before in our lifetime….Back in the days of the hippies….60′s & 70′s……It has come full circle….Remember Kent State Ohio??? That isn’t the way to go, but, it stopped the protests, so water canons, mace, etc. isn’t quite as irrational as armed national guards….I love your OWS..That is the best I have heard yet….Would you mind if I borrowed that to put on a FB page I am on?? Won’t be offended if you say no…..But thanks for the chuckle…..

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:16 am

      Right you are Dingbat36. I’ve also been on this earth a long time, 78 years in January, and I have never seen anything like this. Sure, we had the hippie movement in the 60′s, but it was tame compared to this. When we were kids, we were taught respect for autority, we were taught a work ethic and that we had to earn what we have. But this latest crop of whiners and trouble makers have the “what’s yours is mine and what’s mine is mine” attitude. They live in and for an entitlement society where they are given everything and they work for nothing..

      As for the media crying because they are not allowed in. Well, tough. The media think they are some sort of elite group that deserves special treatment and protection. The police have their hands full and they don’t need the media hanging around getting in the way of them doing their jobs.

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  12. John E. NevolaComment by John E. Nevola
    November 22, 2011 @ 3:09 pm

    Someone close to me is a NYPD policeman.

    The media just LOOKS FOR instances to be critical of the cops.  They interview these lame kids just begging to hear how they got pushed or shoved or treated harshly by a cop.  For 2 nights straight the New York news led with a picture of a bleeding protestor, blood running down his face from a cut on his forehead.  The inference is always “police brutality” and the never-ending pandering and water carrying for the Left and all its sleazy causes. And very little mention of the injured policemen.

    The police are trained to remain constrained despite every effort by these OWS creeps to incite them and provoke them.  When the scum get too close to the personal space of a cop and represent a possible threat to the safety and welfare of the officer, and they ignore orders to back off, they deserved to be maced and cuffed and arrested. 

    There is no way the safety of a police officer should ever be compared to the comfort of an aggressive rioter.  When the issue becomes cloudy, the rights and protection of the cop must come first against those who instigated the confrontation in the first place. 

    You get that, Mayor Bloomberg.  Your first responders and everyday heroes who keep the lawless hordes at bay deserve your support much more so than those who transgress our public parks.  Insofar as the media is concerned, they are so anti-police that no amount of meetings or pandering or righteous indignation will ever change that picture.  You media-types can take your chances with the useful and dangerous idiots you seem so inclined to protect and defend. 

    And if you ever need a cop someday, I hope karma gives you the outcome you deserve!

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:24 am

      Very well put, John. I could never be a cop in these situations because I just don’t have the patience for these rioters. I would be bashing in skulls right and left and giving these punks what they really deserve.

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  13. bna42Comment by bna42
    November 22, 2011 @ 3:23 pm

    “Someone ought to ask them if some of that money they want is to come out of their parents and grandparents IRAs and 401k plans.”  Excellent idea. Of course they think they are owed that money and they have no more respect for their parents snd grandparents than they show for the country.

    “Remember Kent State Ohio??? That isn’t the way to go, but, it stopped the protests, so water canons, mace, etc. isn’t quite as irrational as armed national guards“  Buckeyefan, there is nothing irrational about “armed national guards” when there is a dangerous uprising which needs to be controlled.  Some of these radicals understand nothing except force.  When they destroy public property, refuse to obey the law or the orders of law enforcement, they are asking for trouble and deserve what they get.  Would you feel that armed national guards stationed on the Mexican border are “irrational”?  It’s basically the same scenario–dealing with a mob of lawbreakers. We can not allow a group of people to violate the law in order to draw attention to themselves.

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:27 am

      bna42, I”ve been suggesting ever since this whole thing started that we should call out the armed National Guard in full battle gear, go to where these riots and protests are taking place, haul in the whole bunch and re-open Alcatraz prison and send them all there for a year on bread and water. Then, maybe when they get out they will appreciate the freedom they have.

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    • BUCKEYEFANComment by BUCKEYEFAN
      November 25, 2011 @ 12:06 pm

      bna42…..The only bad thing about the armed national guards shooting into crowds of people is, that innocent people get killed sometimes…..Which happened in Kent State…Having worked with Deputies and my husband having been one, I don’t totally disagree with your version of dispersing them, but somehow I think there could be a better solution than shooting people and looking like the mid-east, Egypt etal……..IF we had a president that was concerned about our country, he would have had this stopped long ago…..I bet Ronald Reagan would have……BUT Obama see’s these nincompoops as more votes for him, so he sits back and laughs…..The Mexican border is a different situation to me……Our whole USA lacks leadership, totally out of control, and while I detest these OWS dirt bags, I also believe they have the right to protest….HAVING said that, they should be demanded to do so respectfully, legally, and responsibly, and that they have not done…I am with you and dingbat all the way…AND I feel they should be punished, by making them clean up their mess’s, paying for the destruction, and or repairing it, standing them in front of a panel of armed judges, and demand they apologize to the law enforcement community as well as the public communities…..AND that includes the media who are just as bad as the protestors… Then march them off to prison like Precious said…Open up alcatraz, let them feel the bite of confinement, make them bust up rocks all day, and bread and water waiting for them daily….Turn Joe Arpaio from AZ on them, they would all look good in pink….:)

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  14. peddlar06Comment by peddlar06
    November 22, 2011 @ 3:56 pm

    I am really surprised that the “Neighborhood Organizer In-Charge” hasn’t burst forth from the WH to scold those police for mistreating his minions.

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    • Wlmitch1Comment by Wlmitch1
      November 22, 2011 @ 9:47 pm

      If he does, Obama will claim that the police acted stupidly, putting his foot in his mouth yet once again!

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  15. mcoryComment by mcory
    November 22, 2011 @ 7:18 pm

    I like Fascist Parasites on Parade better.  It describes all of their behavior, minus the spiffy, clean uniforms. 

    Heil, Obama! 

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  17. CharlieComment by vietnamvet
    November 22, 2011 @ 8:40 pm

    Bill Whittle says he could change the attitude of the OWS types in only three and a half days …
    http://www.youtube.com/embed/OAOrT0OcHh0?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&showsearch=0&showi

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    • onewildmanComment by onewildman
      November 23, 2011 @ 11:21 am

      vietnamvet, I checked out the link. These are the same things I have been saying for years. I think we should round them all up and do exactly as white says. Just see how fast they would turn on each other.
       
      One other thing the trolls are among us and they are cowards one and all.
       
      IMPEACH OBAMA NOW! ! ! ! !

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:36 am

      Bill Whittle has nailed it. Thanks for the link.

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  18. billwvComment by billwv
    November 22, 2011 @ 8:59 pm

    I remember when I was a teenager [I'm past 60 now] I was at a public park and I was told to leave or be arrested for ‘criminal trespass’.  Have our laws changed so much to allow ‘criminal trespass’ and criminal acts to be a part of the expression of ‘free speech’?  I am certainly amazed that a bunch of thugs and debased people can be allowed to take over anything ! OCCUPY  Our country has come a long ways:  MOSTLY DOWNHILL !

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:38 am

      When one is schooled year after year that rich people are bad, corporations are bad, and that they should share their wealth with everyone, this is what you get.

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  19. Wlmitch1Comment by Wlmitch1
    November 22, 2011 @ 9:59 pm

    Human rights do not apply to Communists, Nazis, or other Marxists. They are NOT human. Communists, Nazis, and other Marxists are red-eyed DEVILS in human bodies. They have proven it by their track record of the many incredibly EVIL acts they have committed, and the more than 150 MILLION innocent men, women, children, and even babies whom they murdered, in less than a century!

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  20. g8rmomComment by g8rmom
    November 23, 2011 @ 10:55 am

    I love how the media and the White House defend these radical, lawless scums, but call the Tea Party supporters radical.  What hypocrits!  Everyone of them should be arrested if they don’t obey the Police Officers and they should all be fined to take care of the destruction they left behind period!  Where they should really be parked is right in front of the White House!

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 25, 2011 @ 11:42 am

      I’ll go one step further than them just being fined for the destruction they have caused, g8rmom. I say they should be forced to also clean up the mess they have created. If construction is needed to repair the damage, then they should be forrced to work for free to help reconstruct what ever they have damaged, and not be allowed to leave till all is completed.

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  21. g8rmomComment by g8rmom
    November 26, 2011 @ 4:03 pm

    Precious:  Right on girl!

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    • MorganComment by Precious
      November 26, 2011 @ 5:38 pm

      WEll, I’m not a girl, but that’s ok. Precious is the name of my cat. But thanks anyway, Great Minds Think Alike.

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  22. CorgyMomComment by CorgyMom
    January 4, 2012 @ 10:45 am

    It is very pitiful.  The highest percentage of people out romping around have not one clue why they are out making such a mess on the street.  They think they are another version of the Tea Party movement.  Hogwash, they need to educate themselves.  Go home, help a neighbor, work for food if necessary.  There are ways to make hard times bearable until they improve, and they will eventually.  Help others. help the Salvation Army.  I have read awesome stories along this line. Camping out on the street, making a stinky mess and accomplishing nothing, is nothing to be proud of.  Shame on the President, Pelosi and the entire Democratic Party.

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