OCCUPY CPAC 2012

WSPD's own program " minister" Herr Wilson will be attending CPAC 2012.


http://occupydc.org/this-friday-and-saturday-occupy-cpac-liberate-discou...

Look for more outrageous nationally coordinated extreme right wing propaganda following CPAC 2012.
CPAC 2012 Speaker list
http://cpac2012.conservative.org/cpac-2012-speakers/
Big labor plans 'Occupy CPAC'
http://campaign2012.washingtonexaminer.com/blogs/beltway-confidential/bi...
OCCUPY CPAC
Where
Marriott Wardman Park Hotel (2600 Woodley Rd at Connecticut Ave NW)

When
Feb 10 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

What do Wisconsin Governor SCOTT WALKER, presidential candidates MITT ROMNEY, NEWT GINGRICH, RICK SANTORUM and House Budget Committee Chair PAUL RYAN have in common?

They all represent the greed of the wealthy 1% and they’ll all be at the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference.

WE’VE HEARD ENOUGH FROM THE 1%!
Join the rally featuring tents, an inflatable fat cat, puppets, “candidate Walmart,” and more to
LET THE VOICES OF THE 99% BE HEARD!

Friday, February 10, at the Marriott Wardman Park Hotel (2600 Woodley Rd at Connecticut Ave NW), by the Woodley Park Metro Station

Coordinated by the Metro Washington Council AFL-CIO

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I'll be at CPAC and am happy to appoint myself the official Swampbubbles reporter on the scene! Wolfman, will you be there? I'll look for someone who is holding a sign that has been printed at a union shop (you know--unions who have leaders that make the kind of money that puts them in the 1%). You know--unions like the UAW that owns a $33 million golf course retreat in Northern Michigan. What do Kanye West, Russell Simmons, Yoko Ono, and Michael Moore have in common? They're all multi-millionaires who have supported the Occupiers and thus have been given special dispensation as "good" 1 percenters by the rudderless Occupiers. What a joke!

What is this whack-a-mole? I get rid of one radio nut job and another pops up!

Quack quack quack...come on Mr. Earl I don't know what hollar you came from but you should know we northerners don't like Jim Crow RTW-for-less. That said and back to the subject of your post we know who's spending all the money on the Super Packs and Governor races and it isn't the unions (see video) http://video.pbs.org/video/2193953649.

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2010-08-16/republicans-set-for-gains-in-u-...

CPAC is nothing more than the corporate takeover of America thanks to Citizens United. Shills like you may fool some of the people some of the time but not all of us. Occupy CPAC will point this fact to the politically ignorant in America.

While you're dining on the corporate dime tell Sarah Palin and Ann Coulter give us all a break. I didn't buy any of their gold digging books but Playboy may offer some opportunity.

Quote from video:
JUDY WOODRUFF: In his 2010 State of the Union address, President Obama had criticized the Supreme Court ruling wiping away limits on corporate and labor union giving.

The shift by the Obama team comes as super PACs backing Republican candidates and causes have seized an early financial advantage. Groups supporting Republican presidential candidates had raised more than 34 million dollars combined by the end of last year.

Another conservative super PAC, American Crossroads, has hauled in more than $18 million. By contrast, the pro-Obama PAC has brought in less than $5 million.

http://www.pbs.org/newshour/bb/politics/jan-june12/axelrod_02-07.html

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Remember when the President said SuperPAC's were Anti-democracy.

Glad to see he's decided to be anti-democratic too, I mean, besides from undue government influence on selected industries, trying to pick winners/losers in the free market, killing American justice workers in Mexico, bypassing habeaus corpus for American Citizens, mandating what commercial activity Americans should take part in, appointing people with out the advice and consent of the Senate, etc... I'm sure I forgot others.

Plus it's funny that the only reason he's doing this is because his own campaign funding has been woefully missing it's goals. i.e. his base is voting with their dollars and it's not in his favor.

MikeyA

Obama has not spent any money yet and he still leads the Rep front runners. SuperPac falls right in line with the Green movement and the global warming hoax.

"DTOM" {1776} " We The People" {1791}

Wolfman--thanks for your kind words. I know life has been tough for you and your union buddies ever since Platinum Show Girls burned down. Good news--the casino will be opening soon. Check the union bulletin board and you can find a lot of used snowmobiles and Ski-Doos to spend your winnings on.

Yea that was one HELL of a weenie roast, if you know what I mean?

What does a person of your type wear to CPAC? I know putting up the "bibs and boots" can be quite unsettling even for a few days. We all know that Fort Apache has no dress code from what I've seen of the number one (middle one) rated slob in Toledo.

OWS will be firing up on Friday to expose the fraud of CPAC so I hope you left your CCW at home. Hey when you see Thom Hartmannn tell him the Wolfman says hello!

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UPDATE: Metro DC Communications Director Chris Garlock send us this more detailed report from this afternoon’s actions.

Chanting “Whose America? Our America!” as many as 700 labor and community activists turned out in force earlier this afternoon outside the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), shutting down Woodley Rd. with an impromptu sit in and brief takeover take-over of the Mariott Wardman Park Hotel driveway.

Well-heeled CPAC attendees gawked as the huge crowd turned Woodley Road into a multi-hued street festival of “the 99%” The spirited demonstration (click here for a slideshow) lasted over two hours, with many planning to stay on through the afternoon for the second round, dubbed Occupy CPAC: Scott Walker and the Union Busters, planned to start at 5 p.m. focusing on Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (R), who’s scheduled to address CPAC tonight.
http://blog.aflcio.org/2012/02/10/live-tweeting-from-occupy-cpac/

Occupy CPAC Pictures
http://storify.com/campaignreads/occupycpac

CPAC Tax Dodgers

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Those protesters were paid to protest AFL-CIO! LOL

Who is paying you to post your drivel? You're owed something from someone in the union.

Just another way the unions manage to screw their membership, by paying for crap like this instead of paying the extra 5-10% on health coverage.

MikeyA

Really wolfman? This is what we're supposed to think is representative of the country. For heaven's sake man, try thinking for yourself every once and awhile.

Obama’s #Occupy Army Plans on Disrupting and Physically Assaulting Conservative Speakers at CPAC

I really don't see why you union hacks get all worked up when referred to as "slugs and thugs". From reading this and other pieces, it seems you would wear it as a badge of honor.

Alas, this is what happens when the left can't win an argument on the merits.

There is no "left" anymore. It's been killed in this country. Our only hope is that voices of moderation emerge.

I wish peace and prosperity for all.

Arrived at CPAC today. A lot of young people here, but strangely they are not dressed in rags and aren't staying in tents. I'm guessing that they--unlike the Occupiers--have a clue about the opportunity for upward mobility that a free capitalistic society offers.

Did you fly or did the neighbors drive you?

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Wolfman: In your honor I'm wearing my UAW-issued "I've Fallen and Can't Reach My Beer" t-shirt!

I can't recall where I heard/read this statistic, but this person was saying that close to 50% of this year's attendees are under 25. Not entirely sure how accurate that is, but it is still an encouraging sign that conservatism is reaching the younger generation. The one thing I would be curious about is how many of those kids (I think I've reached an age where I can call them kids) are Ron Paul supporters.

In looking at the crowd, I would concur that 25-30% of the CPAC attendees are 18-25. I think many are Ron Paul supporters. We'll see if he wins the straw poll like he did last year. Just heard a remarkable speech by Marco Rubio--inspirational!

How did the CPACers get to Washington. Who paid the dime for these speakers and participants? We know the underpaid talk show hosts could never afford such a trip. This is nothing more than a display of the excesses of Citizens United where the corporations of the world can buy our elections.

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How do college students get to Panama City during spring break? Most don't have jobs.

MikeyA

But they do have a sugar daddy!

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and your knowledge of college girls comes first hand Paul?

Any knowledge of sex that Paul has comes from his own hand.

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Boom goes wolfman's streak.

On a flip note wolfman's ability to prevent the Senate from passing a budget has hit 1018 days!

MikeyA

Hey why didn't you go to the corporate sponsored CPAC shindig with all your co-conspirator talk show hosts? Damn they let that HillBilly go ....what gives? Man didn't he star in Deliverance? You know the one with the shotgun. Hell could have been the whole WBSPD staff! Is this what goes on in Washington at CPAC? A regular Red Neck reunion!

View at you own displeasure!
http://youtu.be/yj4LnfkdJDM

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Good one, Fred. I'm chuckling as I write.

I wish peace and prosperity for all.

I'm not positive but I believe this is the guy from Fort Apache that Paul refers to in his posts, if not I apologize for the mistake. http://fredwspd.shutterfly.com/pictures/88

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;-)

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