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Oct 4, 2011

Thanks for posting, that pretty much sums up how I feel about the whole thing.

"There are only two opinions in this world: Mine and the wrong one." -Jeremy Clarkson

Oct 4, 2011

I'm going with this:
http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2011/10/03/o...
Sorry, I'm a killjoy, I'll work on that.

Oct 4, 2011

Mises.org usually impresses me with their libertarian take on things. The Occupy Wall Street list of demands that he linked to in the article is so outrageous I'm not sure how to approach it. Forgive all debt, worldwide? How does anyone in the OWS movement see that as a rational demand.

Oct 4, 2011
jbert112:

How does anyone in the OWS movement see that as a rational demand.

None of this is rational, it's just people acting out. I understand their grievances, especially the people who've been laid off, but this is just going to make their own lives harder. Much better would be to retrench, knuckle down, and sink their teeth into getting their careers back online.

As for the professional protesters, well, I just don't know what drives them. Thing is, they're making the job of the president they wanted harder, and it's bad for the country.

Oct 4, 2011

I think that list of demands is possibly the most entertaining thing I have read all month.

http://occupywallst.org/forum/proposed-list-of-dem...

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Oct 4, 2011

Yeah, they might of had a chance if they had one or two demands. This list of liberal goodies just killed their movement.

Guaranteed living wage regardless of employment?

Decommissioning all nuclear power plants?

Hahahahahhaha

Morons.

Oct 4, 2011

A refreshing take indeed.

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Oct 4, 2011

Most of these people are nothing more than people who vote for a living aka liberals.

Oct 4, 2011
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