It's Time for Some Long Overdue Straight Talk About Occupy Wall Street

Real simple, these protesters aren't populists. They appear to be college students. People with no real responsibilities. These kids probably have not ever held a job. They probably don't have a family to support, bills to pay, or a house to keep up. They've never spent sleepless nights wondering just how they're going to make ends meet. They've never felt the stress of carrying that much responsibility and the burden of being a provider for not only yourself but for a family. Books, beers, and broads/boys. That's all what the majority of the Occupy Wall Street protestors have to worry about.

And they have the nerve to present a series of demands that are so extreme and so unrealistic that if enacted would bankrupt our country.

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If you are referring to the list of 13 demands being aired on FOX and various radio stations, they are not real. So far the protesters have only given an official statement, no list of "demands", certainly nothing as crazy as the ones I heard aired on WSPD today. If you would like to read their statement, I think this link will get you to a copy:

Okay. If you're suggesting that there's possibly some subterfuge going on here from the right, that's a fair point. Of course, the left isn't capable of doing stuff like...planting people at Tea Party rallies to say wildly extreme and inappropriate things..oh, wait a minute, yes they are.

I even heard that the a-holes who booed the gay soldier at a recent Republican debate might have been a plant as well.

Either way, it'll be interesting to see what 'official' demands actually come of this.

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And why all the media coverage for what is essentially a bunch of unemployed squatters?

Besides Wolfboy who gets his marching orders from a rich Canadian socialist or the rich fat-cat owners of the Huffington Post, why does the media think anyone cares that some people are protesting god knows what for whatever reason?

Just saw this on Letterman:
"What do we want?" "I don't know!"
"When do we want it?" "Whenever!"

Don't blame me,
I didn't vote for a

Here's why the right is not panicking.



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