Archive for October, 2011

Occupy Wall Street = Lord of the Flies

October 25, 2011

Back at City Hall, the original Occupy Oakland site has descended into anarchy. After occupiers pepper-sprayed a homeless man and beat him unconscious, Oakland Mayor Jean Quan sent protesters an eviction notice.

Citing an “increasing frequency of violence, assaults, threats and intimidation,” as well as a growing rat problem, the notice decreed, “no tents or overnight camping permitted.”

But Oakland officials have no idea when, or more importantly, how, police will enforce the order. One Oakland police officer told the San Jose Mercury News, that the tent city resembled something from “Lord of the Flies.”

He said it was “interesting for a group that claims to be against current civilization and rules to set up a far more oppressive society than our own.”

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Occupy Wall Street : Kill Whitey

October 24, 2011

Occupy Wall Street: An Open Letter to Jon Stewart

October 19, 2011

An open letter to John Stewart, and pretty much any “useful idiot” regurgitating the ridiculous left wing talking point that the Occupy Wall Street Protests are the “Tea Party of the Left.”

1. In over 2 years of Tea Party protests and rallies, held all over this country, which were attended by more than  3 million people, not one Tea Party person has been arrested or charged with a crime.

2. In just over two weeks, more than 1,800 ACL’S have been arrested for assault, trespass and destruction of  property.

3. Tea Party people bathe, wash and change their clothes on a regular basis, the ACL’S, not so much.

4. After every rally, march or demonstration, the Tea Party has left the area where they gathered cleaner than it  was when they arrived.

5. In contrast, the ACL’S not only hold a low esteem value of themselves, but also of private and public property, as they throw garbage where they stand,  defecate and urinate in doorways and sidewalks and empty trash cans on the streets and in buildings.

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ht SDA.



OWS: Not Part of the 99%

October 13, 2011

ht SDA.

Occupy Wall Street: Pay for my college because it’s what I want.

October 12, 2011

“From my perspective what you done is you’ve basically written stuff you want on a sign like a Christmas list, and then you’re holding it in the air.”

“Yeah, why not?”


“come on, this is like crazy liberals, I don‘t even know what’s going on” – Liberal Idiot at Occupy Wall Street Protest

October 11, 2011

Well, when asked if she thought this was a “patriotic march,” the girl answered, “I don’t– I mean, I don‘t think we know what we’re doing enough for it to be technically patriotic. (Laughs.) I mean, come on, this is like crazy liberals, I don‘t even know what’s going on.”

That certainly fits into the popular criticism that recent protests are disorganized, and that many of the protesters are struggling to unite around a message.

She had more, though. After saying she thought the American flag represented “nastiness,” Rebel Pundit asked when that change occurred. “I do not know enough about American history to be able to give you that answer.”

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All the Poor People at the Occupy Wall Street Protests: Wait, how big is that wad of cash!?!!

October 11, 2011

Great Picture for a Sunday

October 9, 2011

from Five Feet of Fury:

Picture of the day

October 8, 2011

The Secret Memo That Explains Why Obama Can Kill Americans

October 7, 2011

Outside the U.S. government, President Obama’s order to kill American citizen Anwar al-Awlaki without due process has proved controversial, with experts in law and war reaching different conclusions. Inside the Obama Administration, however, disagreement was apparently absent, or so say anonymous sources quoted by the Washington Post. “The Justice Department wrote a secret memorandum authorizing the lethal targeting of Anwar al-Aulaqi, the American-born radical cleric who was killed by a U.S. drone strike Friday, according to administration officials,” the newspaperreported. “The document was produced following a review of the legal issues raised by striking a U.S. citizen and involved senior lawyers from across the administration. There was no dissent about the legality of killing Aulaqi, the officials said.”