Skip to comments.Daily Show Lampoons Occutards on Wall Street
Posted on 11/18/2011 7:13:25 AM PST by peopleofows
Well, the occutards have finally been evicted, leaving untold amounts of filth in their wake.
You know things are bad when even The Daily Show even starts making fun of them.
Check out the video: Portrait of Hypocrisy -- OWS Becomes the Very Thing It Claims to Hate
I love the “I’m against private property, not personal property” guy...
pretty much nails it
all their bs sounds good (to them)... until they’re seen putting the plans into action.
why aren’t people proposing change expected to model the effects of the change over 10+ generations?
So if they have lost Jon Stewart, have they lost the support of the elite liberal kids who watch that show,and get their news and information from Jon Stewart???
That's what cracked me up, too.
I also like “So let me get this straight...you’ve only been here for 8 weeks...and you already have a ghetto”.
He looks like he’s crying “MOM-MEEE!”
Even the Weather Channel rather objectively reported the Occutard news this morning.
How bout the guy from the “ghetto” who said that when they run into trouble, they come to us. LOL
I get nervous when too many media types become all for or all against something. THat’s not a natural thing to happen.
But lets look at OWS for a minute. These people actually in the trenches doing the OWSing are clearly not very bright, on average. There is clearly an element in their crowd that is hard core communism. I’m not ready to label them all as communists though. But there is that element in their crowds. There also seems to be run of the mill anarchists involved. there are also libertarians and average democrats and independents even a few republicans. It appears to me to be a diverse group of people with just two things they all seem to have in common: lower than average skills and lower than average income.
That should be a warning sign to all of us. This is what happens when a nation starts having long lasting economic problems. The people on the bottom who are suffering the most lose their patience and get angry...and when they get angry, reason and logic are no longer valuable commodities. They don’t care anymore. They are just mad as hell and are ready to make everyone aware of it.
I don’t think it is constitutional to break up these protests. But the cops on the streets are not stupid. They know what is coming if these angry people are allowed to congregate long enough in large enough numbers. They will eventually transform from protestors to rioters and looters. I believe this is why the cops are beginning to lose patience with the OWS protesters. The longer the protests go on, the more of a magnet they become for all the angry people to come out of the shadows and join in.
People have the right to peacably assemble. They DO NOT have the right to take up residence in a private park. It is absolutely constitutional to throw these idiots out of the park, and to arrest them if they refuse, and to arrest them if they insist on setting up little socialist communes anywhere else, unless it is on property they own themselves.
Free speech does not give one the right to squat on private property (Zucatti Park is privately owned), to vandalize private property, to obstruct roads, bridges, and businesses, to create public health dangers, or to use public services to support them.
Somehow these spoiled brats think that civilization must finance their lives to support their free speech.
A right is something that does not require the service of another. You have free speech, but you don't have the right to take someone else's soapbox.
For the most part they are peaceful. It appears to me the cops are the first to become unpeaceful...and the protesters are reacting to that.
It strikes me as very dishonest to allow protests except when you don’t like the people doing the protesting.
why don’t you show us evidence they never had permission to use private property.
How about you show us the evidence that they did?