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Where's MY invitation?

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posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 11:16 PM
reply to post by Violater1

You forgot Pelosi who said. . .

During a press conference Thursday afternoon, House minority leader Nancy Pelosi praised those participating in the "Occupy Wall Street" protests. "God bless them," Pelosi said, "for their spontaneity. It's independent ... it's young, it's spontaneous, and it's focused. And it's going to be effective."

I wonder if she felt the same way about the Tea Party.
Naaaah, I think she was the one who called us, "the astroturf movement".

posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 11:17 PM
Ya know I love how on this thread we have gotten to see garbage like this!

Besides, why on earth would anyone invite a group that so feverishly supports the 1%, and would likely gleefully instigate violence? Yeah I wouldn't put it past the Tea Party goons to do whatever possible to make the peaceful protestors look bad. Bring your AR15s and GLOCKs and wave them all around...
Ok so the tea party is full of goons, yet I have seen multiple people defend the ows for their lack of cohesion and unsavory elements. Is this ok because you personally support the message of the ows? The sword cuts both ways folks and don't fall into this bash the tea party garbage while defending the stupidity the ows is running with! Don't cry when you get tear gassed crossing a police barrier! Disregarding the police in that instance gets you arrested. Mob mentality will accomplish nothing and that seems to be all that ows has got. When there is a coherent message and not random shout outs they may actually accomplish something. So much short sightedness, blaming wall street for the ills of the economy. When we can look at the political figures who have gotten rich being in the gov't. Charles Rangel owned a villa in the Dominican Republic? Did he own that before he got in office? Or rep. Meeks where did that money for the 911 fund go? Or how about we look at all those elected and appointed figures who owed back taxes? More of a culture of corruption in politics then the banking industry.

posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 11:20 PM

Originally posted by Violater1

Originally posted by macman

Originally posted by aching_knuckles
reply to post by beezzer

Are they paying you and Neo96 overtime during this crisis?

And I thought I was going to be found out as well.

Yeah, sorry but OWS bunch have lost all credibility once KOS, Sorros, Moveon and all the rest got involved, or at least broadcast their involvement.

I'm happy that I wasn't invited to this subversive nefarious OWS fiasco. SEIU, MoveOn, Sorros, KOS and the New Black Panthers (did I mention the TSA, ATF and holders cronies) all violate the Constitution and deplore our Bill of Rights. Star 4 U.
SnF for the wise rabbit.

Come November, we are going to vote them all out of office, and investigate the rest.

Please watch this guy's short speech from OWS.

Not all the people participating are as you describe.

The right wing is eager to paint the protest as leftist just as the left was eager to paint the Tea Party as racist and the mainline right was eager to subvert the movement.

As long as the establishment can succeed in maintaining the right- left paradigm and keep us fighting each other then the masses are easy to control and the establishment maintains its power.

At this point in our nation's history it's more important to find common ground, unite and look for real solutions.

posted on Oct, 6 2011 @ 11:33 PM
These protesters would be greatly appreciated, picketing at the White House,Senate,State Capitals,asking these politicians WHY they are not doing their jobs ? The Presidents approval rating is at an all time low,His fellow idiots are at an all time low also. I think the kids and Unions are angry at the wrong people,MHO

Heres your invitation..........................

At the same time, the cost of living increased sharply. The real wages of the workers fell about 50 percent from what they had been in 1913. Russia's national debt in October 1917 had risen to 50 billion rubles. Of this, debts to foreign governments constituted more than 11 billion rubles. The country faced the threat of financial bankruptcy.

"July saw more demonstrations, as about 500,000 workers and soldiers in Petrograd demonstrated, again demanding "all power to the soviets", "down with the war", and "down with the ten capitalist ministers"."

On 16 July spontaneous demonstrations of workers and soldiers began in Petrograd, demanding that power be turned over to the soviets. The Central Committee of the Russian Social Democratic Labour Party provided leadership to the spontaneous movements......

Great October Socialist Revolution


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