Monday, October 03, 2011

Occupy Wall Street, Occupy the Streets

2008 DNC Convention,around the perimeter of Pepsi Center apparently Democrats anticipated a siege on their convention
Protesters speaking out against corporate greed and other grievances were maintaining a presence in Manhattan's Financial District even after more than 700 of them were arrested during a march on the Brooklyn Bridge in a tense confrontation with police. -- COLLEEN LONG (see article)
Just like their 2008 National Convention where Democrats posted hundreds of armed military security personnel around the perimeter of their building, Democrats are once again employing armies, but this time civilian armies, to do their bidding in key U.S. cities Democrats are calling it Occupy Wall Street or Occupy the streets I prefer to call it the Liberal Democrat United States Spring. Name after the Middle East Arab Springs that these particular protest are modeled after.

This is a national movement with roots in the White house. Protestors in the cities of Boston, Chicago, Denver, Los Angeles, New York, and Seattle participated in anti-corporate marches last weekend.

For the third consecutive weekend, Obama’s Liberal American Spring has been unleashed in the streets of America. (see article)

Why would I say that these multi-city protests have their root in the White house? It is none other than president Barry Hussein Soetoro who has been calling for class warfare against the “rich” since early September. Remember the president has been calling for the Rich to pay their “fair share” in taxes. Virtually president Soetoro insidiously suggested that the rich should be targeted and hated by Americans.

The Wall Street protest and it’s subsequent multi-city spawn are manifestations of the president constant suggestions that the rich are not paying their fair share therefore they are doing something worthy of violence against them. (see 9:26min video)

By anyone’s math it is easy to add up that this president is using the rich as a scapegoat for his over two years of failed economic policies that have left America worse off than went he arrived.

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