1. jstgsn

    jstgsn Well-Known Member

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    Very good!! 1 other thought, make these people go to a "Third World Country" and see just how fortunate we all are!
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    Still too much pandering to oil,banking ,and big business for my taste.What he described as a hardship,I view as vacation time;to be longed for with all my heart.While the OWS movement is flawed,so is the Tea Party.Neither offers a rational solution to the current mess,although both have shown that a lot of folks are PO'd.
    Here's my suggestion:go fishing.Every man or woman that has worked or still works,still tries to hold back the enevitable decline of a thankless culture that uses them and their kids as it used the preceding generations to make a few rich off the sweat of the many;take the week off.Don't by wallyworld junk,gasoline,whatever.Just forget the bills and go fishing.Relax,they can't arrest us all!
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    You have not been paying attention! Bad boy! The OWS movement has presented a solution to the problems we now have, as they see them, it's called Socialism!

    The Tea Party people have also presented solutions to the problems we now have, as they see them, it's called the Constitution! Still I like your suggestion that we all go fishing for a while! And like you I love to camp out, and I don't mean with a camp trailer, or motor home! A tent, and a fire! Cook what I want, even if I have to supply it form Mother Nature!

    While I did enjoy the video, I don't think 3.5 days is enough time, let's make it 2 weeks! At the end of that time I asure you that the OWS protesters will have a change of heart!
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  5. Juker

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    The Rebels Without A Clue, who declare the evils of capitalism, would never survive out of cell phone range. Anybody else notice how many of them are swathed in name brand garb and toting high-tech electronics? :)
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    Yep! And almost none of them have a job!
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    we had a program here for "young offenders" to take them into the bush and educate them ,

    the kids spent most of their time contacting child rights advicates and getting court injunctions to prevent us removing their mobile phones as a cruel and unusual punishment

    my suggestion was the gaol them as then they'd not have any right to any phone and they could deal with that then

    i suppect the "occupiers" would do very much similar
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    Funny how you mentioned that the Tea Party doesn't have a solution, the banks, oil and big business are pandered to. But you never mention the party in charge (the Democrats). I can only reason from this that you are a liberal and possibly in favor of the socialist movement in this country.
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    Actually,not a member of any party.If you want,call me a Progressive(and look a little further back than FDR when you look for my kind);or possibly even an Anarchist(although,since no one seems to understand the philosopy of true anarchism that might not work either) if you like.Pretty disgusted with the basic inability of folks to just get along with each other,so I pretty much ignore the whole rat's a**hole that politics is these days.Would say that a truly intelligent dialouge between the OWS and TP might show a lot more things in common than either would admit.But that idea usually gets shouted down by both sides.
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    Dusty if the tea party folks had even 5% in common with the occupiers i'd withdraw all support for the tea party ..
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    Jack,half the Occupy folks and Tea folks I know are in my age group(late 50s),gun owners,working stiffs,non-union,homeowners,and can qoute the Constitution and Bill of rights or carry a copy in their pocket like I do.Not looking to get something for nothing,just want some honesty.The folks that get the news in both OWS and TP always seem to be the nutters,fringies,and dirtbags.
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    DD, just who do you think these corporations are ? Aliens ? FTM, what do you think a "corporation" is ?

    Its long been the standard meme of socialists, "corporations are evil exploiters of the workers ", without ever once defining just who "corporations" are in a capital economy ! >MW
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    maybe theres a difference i'm seeing here tea party stabnd for global socialism ?

    gay rights?

    open borders?
    welfare for all who ask ?

    i think not , maybe you gotta start asking the occupiers what they want like i did

    i did so every morning for a hour or so after a 2 hour train ride each way to do so

    i video's em i asked em and saw a few real folks , but the vast majority are no hoper dopers air headed useful idiots and similar
  14. Bobitis

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    I'm raising the BS flag here.

    The fed owns the MSM, and the OWS movement is merely a distraction from what's realy at stake.

    The Tea Party marched on the white house a couple years ago, two million strong. Obie flew away in Marine One so he could ignore the masses. That crowd got two days coverage before it was squelched by those in charge.

    On the other hand, OWS gets daily coverage, week after week, for something they are clueless about.

    Why you suppose that is? Divert the attention from what's realy happening.

    Headline the worthless, and ignore the reality.

    Well orchestrated by the government, and brought to you by the media.

    There's NO way you can equate OWS leaches to Tea Party members. I find that an insult beyond compare.:mad:
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