Skip to comments.Occupy D.C. – Live from McPherson Square
Posted on 06/12/2012 9:44:04 AM PDT by Chris in VA
As some of you may know, I work in D.C. and have the privilege of passing McPherson Square twice a day. For the past several months, I got to watch people who claim to be part of some movement on behalf of the 99% protest in McPherson Square saying they would make things better for all of us.
Finally, McPherson Square has been liberated!! Occupy D.C. has left for good. We are free to walk through the park without fear of harassment, being attacked, raped, or robbed. Victory in this battle has come for the real 99% of Americans who go to work, school, etc.
However, lets see what Occupy D.C. accomplished on behalf of the 99%:
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The occupoops’ standard reply is something like, “Democracy is messy at times.” Well, they can speak for themselves, but not for democracy.
Democracy? Where? Not here.
They have it wrong, the 99% are us Americans who are sick and tired of their childish hippie ways.
They need to pack up their tents and sleeping bags, get a job, any job. And help pay the taxes that the rest of us do.
Nobody rides for free. If they do they shouldn’t be given full citizen rights. Like voting, owning property, owning guns, etc.
Only tax payers should be allowed the right to vote.
Which is easier since they won’t have to clean-up after themselves — typical liberal thought.
BORING..... Bring back the bongo drums, chanting, pitched tents of the riff raff, litter and scent of stank. /sc
I was hoping they would secede so they could be treated like an invading force — note sarcasm.
Yep — they should, but with the Democrats acting as enablers, the questions become why would they?
LOL!! Nothing like a good traffic jam on a rainy afternoon.
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