• rickperry2012

    It’s too late, these people have been looking like complete idiots from the start. Get a job, become productive, and get off the teat of government.

  • Lotion Guy

    I WILL NOT BE SILENSED ,I HAVE A JOB YOU JEW BASTERD AND WILL FIGHT FOR MY RIGHT TO LOTION OP AND SHOPLIFT STUFF AND THINGS JEWS!

  • lesley

    GIVE THESE CHILDREN OF THE BERKLEY DOPERS; ONE FREE BATH, AND CALIFORNIA

  • forrest

    I find the “raised fist” on their web page evocative of violence, something the left actually seems to be quite competent at. I’m still trying to figure out the whole socialism is anarchy thing, don’t they realize that the two are mutually exclusive? As for everyone thinking that they are hypocritical idiots, well… This also answers my question of where all the “anti-[republican]war hypocrites are these days.

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  • Anthony Wrifford

    why so paranoid about a raised fist? You think possibly that there were a few raised fists at the Boston Tea Party? What about on the Mall August 28th, 1963? It’s about POWER! Don’t be afraid of YOUR power. It’s not about hitting someone, that’s idiotic. It’s all about People Power, and idea that was once found, lost and now…being reclaimed.

  • TM CL

    Okay….I hesitate to weigh in BUT here goes…the list was kinda obviously either presented by some person trying to show an exagerated absurdity. But that’s the problem with a LEADERLESS MOVEMENT which Occupy Wall Street is so proud of. No one knows what they stand for other than “we’re against corporate greed.” Really people? There are soooo many ways that business ventures have made this nation the powerhouse that it is/was and activists don’t appreciate it. Money has flowed into the country for said reasons…One problem is that now it’s flowing out and concentrating.

    BUT, what is the solution? OWS hasn’t proposed viable and balanced answers. And that is a problem with a LEADERLESS movement. I mean…the Arab Spring whatever it is, might have been okay in Syria, Libya, Egypt, Tunisia, Yemen etc, might have been effective there…BUT THIS IS NOT the Middle East! Must I go into the differences?

    I’m spending way more time on this post than I had intended but long story short, the issues abroad that made THOSE movements successful were FAR more egregious on a human rights level than what’s going on here in the US.

    GET A LEADERSHIP…GET A PLATFORM! It’s possible! Otherwise it’s a good cause with 10,000+ heads and voices. And you get everything from the crazies to the clearheaded but everyone likes to point to the crazies (just see the “list of unreasonable demands”)