>Day of Rage protesters are trying to get the hashtag #takewallstreet trending. Lets counter that with #Ilovebanks in all our tweets today.
_Day of Rage looking like Day of Meh. Was there a sale at Hot Topic?
*Politics: Day of Rage: Alinskyites call for pointless mass sleepover on Wall Street (Michellemalkin)
—Tomorrow’s Wall Street ‘Day of Rage’ is the inevitable result of the ravages of capitalism. And also, people not getting prom dates in 1997.
(()(Michelle Malkin:)It’s so fitting that the name of the biggest celebrity promoting #dayofrage rhymes with Loopy Fiasco.
—Dear Day of Rage participants, Does your anti-democratic manifesto preclude you from wearing deodorant? Kindly, Todd.
-—RT @michellemalkin: Losers on parade tomorrow for “Day of Rage.” Aggrievement-palooza. Alinsky-fest.
>>Here’s an idea: If you hate the constitution then you shouldn’t have the luxury of using it.
==I thought the #teaparty was supposed to be the angry ones, at least we don’t call our protests #DayofRage
**#Dayofrage is just ACORN, Code Pink & SEIU seeking publicity to push Obama to re-election #tcot
((Tomorrow anarchists will protest Italian cuisine #dayofragu ( #dayofrage )
%%Not a very bright bunch. RT @Give_meLiberty: Has it occurred to any of the #DayOfRage dummies that they are protesting their own 401k #tcot
—Why don’t we promote a “Day of Wage” (as in income), instead of a #DayofRage
*((Spending #dayofrage working. Someone has to pay for the idiots protesting
00Why is #DayOfRage “occupying” Wall St on a Saturday? You know... when it’s not open. Protesting - you’re doing it wrong.
I hadn’t really thought much of Twitter until the Attack Watch stuff. Now I like it. Talk about an effective tool for focusing public ridicule on a target. It’s too bad Saul Alinsky isn’t around anymore. Maybe we could have found a way to target him.