Discussion in 'What's On Your Mind?' started by Mike, Oct 7, 2011.
This guy could be Ross Perot's next running mate.
From here ...
It is a testament to the sorry state of education in this country, when amidst a depression caused by the federal government and our financial system in collusion with it, that people are rioting and protesting without knowing WHY. From what I gather, they want the federal government to screw things up even more.
Yeppers. Most of those dim-bunnies are socialists. I stand by their right to protest. There's no excuse for police officers assaulting these protesters and it's shameful that the lame-stream press is ignoring them. That being said, they do seem to be a clueless bunch.
and that takes us all down. I'm the 99% and suspect everyone else on this site is too.
that sounds like spin to me.
I was even going to vote for an elephant for a change, but anyone who says the unemployed have only themselves to blame is a pinhead. Those in the 80th percentile, comfortably off, talk about the delusion of TSA employees-- what about the delusion of not being devoured by the 1% eventually? Or is collaboration by way of snatching up bargain real estate (think shoes in Nazi Germany) enough to keep the 80th percentile in line? Until it happens to you, in the Garden State of the Finzi-Continis...
Hilarious and smart :http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-october-5-2011/parks-and-demonstration
Like TSA, there is a lot to bring us together.
The UK Daily Mail had a piece on the freeloaders who are showing up looking for free sex, drugs and food.
These folks do seem a bit confused, but nonviolent. Technically, they could/should/might reasonable be expected to be arrested. Macing them in the face while under detention and not resisting was ugly and a harbinger of what is going to come. Hopefully, the "inspector" who did it will get a suitable penalty.
why does all of this remind me of the collapse of the communist bloc twenty years ago...
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