The Occupy Wall Street, Inc. “Movement” Literally

There’s a video below the graphic that explains the title 🙂 Whether you support OWS or not, you’ll be convinced their muddled message is definitely bass-ackwards. Oh, and now that they’ve raised $300k, plus donations of food, supplies and a warehouse to keep them in, shouldn’t they be protesting themselves?

via Knowledge is Power

“Cleaning up Wall Street before cleaning up Washington is like wiping your ass before taking a dump”

Maybe the protesters should consider running for Congress ?

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6 responses to “The Occupy Wall Street, Inc. “Movement” Literally

  1. True, but this logic is lost on University educated, er, indoctrinated liberal bent mush minds~

    • There’s logic with OWS ? I think toughlove might help 🙂

      • Heehee! No, no logic or common sense is to be found amonst them. Shoo…I don’t think these kids parents even know what tough love is~

          • I started laughing as soon as I read the link! 😆 I like this article. Good points made-but its that darn common sense stuff again which, imo, goes over the heads of these kids. I wish it would sink in. Here’s my favorite, as if I could choose one thing when its all good:

            • Nothing is “free.” Protesting with signs that seek “free” college degrees and “free” health care make you look like idiots, because colleges and hospitals don’t operate on rainbows and sunshine.

            Now, “you Can’t Always Get What You Want” is playing in my mind…Makes me think the kids need songs like this to teach them about life. 😮
            (I have wondered if their tantrum was just an extended two-year-old fit begging for mommy or daddy’s attention.)

          • OK, this one is a good statement of truth, too:

            • There are reasons you haven’t found jobs. The truth? Your tattooed necks, gauged ears, facial piercings and dirty dreadlocks are off-putting. Nonconformity for the sake of nonconformity isn’t a virtue. Occupy reality: Only 4 percent of college graduates are out of work. If you are among that 4 percent, find a mirror and face the problem. It’s not them. It’s you.