Skip to comments.Occupy Wall Street: The Good & Bad
Posted on 10/08/2011 3:07:46 PM PDT by Leigh Patrick Sullivan
Occupy Wall Street Protest
- Shorter lines at Starbucks.
- All the citys panhandlers are in one place.
- The suburbs smell better.
- Better chance of obtaining employment for those who actually want to work for a living.
- Less folk music in other areas of city.
- Lower crime rate.
- Were just one fence away from unemployment solution.
- Fire trucks + water = mass shower.
- Makes people forget about that embarrassing hockey riot in Vancouver.
- Gives Wall Street Suits a good chuckle when watching news in their mansions.
- City's drug dealers all within 3 block radius.
- Here comes another Michael Moore film.
I created a fake Twitter account and posted in all the #occupy___ the following tweets...
Here's my Tweet I sent to the protesters:
Petition: NO More Bank Bailouts! Sign and RT it: http://ow.ly/6Rydm #occupywallstreet #occupyNJ #occupyinfo #ows
And the other:
Petition: NO More CORPORATE Welfare! Sign and RT it: http://ow.ly/6Rydm #occupywallstreet #occupyNJ #occupyinfo #ows
The link goes to Americans For Prosperity's "SickOfSpending.net"'s petition:
We in the middle class with mortgages and other bills may jsut end up the winners here. If this goes on long enough the pols and/or the banks are going to have to do something. That something can only help, I think, those of us with bills, credit cards, mortgages, and jobs. By either raising interest rates paid on savings or reducing interest rates on loans. Either way, we the middle class sitting at home and working will, maybe, receive the benefits. < /sarcasm>
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