Skip to comments.WATCH: Left-Wing “Flash-Mob” Enters Bank And Performs Annoying Protest Song
Posted on 03/22/2011 10:04:57 AM PDT by blog.Eyeblast.tv
More annoyance from the left this time coming out of Columbus, OH in protest of Gov. John Kasichs budget. Seriously, what are these people trying to accomplish?
Via the Columbus Dispatch:
Echoing its flash mob protest last week at a Bob Evans restaurant, ProgressOhio struck again today at Huntington Banks 41 S. High St. headquarters.
The Columbus-based liberal advocacy group organized the protest, in which about 50 people gathered outside the bank to sing a politically-charged parody of Hang On Sloopy.
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In one breath they bitch about bailouts of banks, in the next they expect THEIR asses to be bailed out indefinitely?
Hang on Sloopy? Hang on Sloopy?!!?
They did this in a bank!??!?! They’re lucky the guards didn’t assume this was some type of robbery attempt and open fire.
A communist controlled state?
Hang On Sloopy - the OSU fight song - or theme song - or something like that.
What the hell is a "job" anyway?
It's a place you go where you do what you agreed to do at the interview and you get paid for doing that.
That's a job.
For guys, a "job" is mostly a blue collar type of thing ... construction (laborer if just out of school) or some factory work.
Girls usually got out in the public (secreterial, waitress) so guys would see her.
If there are no "jobs", it is because business doesn't need anyone, or can't afford anyone.
And whom's fault is that?
I see all of America's economic troubles in firstly .. taxes. Taxes chased the manufacturers away.
If taxes were lowered or even eliminated for a while, jobs would come back overnight.
It happened in SW Pa with Volkswagon and then Sony.
Boy, what an idea! If I ever wanted to rob a bank, I want these guys to provide a nice diversion!
Well I am white collar and I have a job too. Although perhaps that’s the line where it becomes a “career” instead of a job.
Generally, a career is something that you study for, something academic, but a job is something you do to get money to live (lateral existence) or a step towards something higher.
When I was 16, I wanted a job so I could have a car and date girls ... I wanted money .. there was no future in my thinking ... just a car and girls.
Only later, after the army did I think about "Hmmmm ... what the hell am I gonna' do NOW?"
THAT kind of old school thinking got me by until now (and then some), but will not work now.
Because there are no "jobs"
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