Occupy Wall Street

Ode to the Welfare State

About five months ago I posted a video, produced by the College Democrats of America, that featured a bunch of college-aged individuals explaining why they were Democrats. To say the least it was both hilarious and depressing.

If You Haven't Had A Good Laugh Today

So what got me thinking about that video again? During my regular reading of various blog and news sites this past week, I came across what quite possibly could be the original script for said video. In addition, as the author of the post noted, it also could be used to very accruately describe the mentality of the "occupiers".

Ode to OWS

The REAL 99% have a protest scheduled for NOVEMBER 25, 2011

The REAL 99% have scheduled a protest for November 25th, 2011 and we invite other like-minded individuals to attend..

On Black Friday, watch for real Americans to be camped outside of retail outlets for the

Occupy Wal-Mart protest.

When those Americans who produce, who work for a living, who cannot take time off of work to spend unwashed weeks in a public park sucking of the teat of Mommy Gubberment, will gather together in order to throw their money at huge corporations just to buy a big-screen TV, Nintendo, I-pod, etc for themselves and their loved-ones.

Worst. Protest. Idea. Ever.

Ladies and gentlemen, this is the so called 99%*.

Regardless of your feelings on this whole "occupy" thing, I think we can all agree that this is atrocious and indefensible. Not to mention that if you're trying to garner support for your "cause", this is probably not the best way to go about it.

* - Note the letters on megaphone being used.

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.

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