Skip to comments.Occupy roundup: Rising costs and a surprise eviction - (27.8 TONS OF DEBRIS IN OAKLAND!)
Posted on 11/15/2011 6:44:29 AM PST by yorkie
What started as the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York in September has spread across major cities worldwide as a call to action against unequal distribution of wealth.
Here is a roundup of some of the movement's recent developments
(Excerpt) Read more at cnn.com ...
Should I make it it’s own Vanity post?
Titled: “Failures of Socialism in High Speed”
I have family and friends in different parts of the world. I lived abroad for extended periods. Some visit quite often and young men’s favorite treat is target practicing, something that’s almost unavailable where they live.
They are informed about truths and more often than not, I get, but...but...your own TV, CNN International, said so and so...etc. They get quite shocked when I tell them that CNN international is anti-American and that the garbage they hear, which I used to hear for years, is NOT broadcasted on CNN Domestically!
I told people abroad that 0b0z0’s apology tour “coincided with and reinforced” what “American CNN’s” self-flogging culture is.
That’s the explanation to “internationally viral!”
Back to your wonderful post, if any one knows or hears about life under Communism, they will see how it really acts to destroy peoples’ fabrics and kill the golden geese!
>>>no one has ever accused me of having an opinion better than the pants on the ground guy before.<<<
Well, humble as you are, maybe you lucked out. Hehehe
Rush is on the raggedy edge of quoting you...
OMG- that would make my whole year~!
Just add that if they’d had another month they’d be creating their own little gulags.
CNN = Communist Noose Nuts
Now THAT’S funny!!
That’s nothing comparing the results of the true “debris” coming out of the U.S.’s failed education system, one of the costliest in the world!!!
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