Monday, October 17, 2011

Occupy Wall Street’s Message: Blah Blah Blah, Chirp Chirp, Beep Beep

I really don’t like the winter. In fact, I dislike it so much that I refuse to complain when it’s a hundred-plus degrees outside… just because I’m happy that it isn’t the opposite.

Yet right now, this staunchly pro-summer advocate is begging God for plummeting temperatures nationwide… just because it would drive the Occupy Wall Street protesters back into their comfy, capitalism-paid homes so that I don’t have to listen to their pointless, oftentimes non-existent – yet always loud and obnoxious – messages.

Until God sees fit to answer my prayers though, they’re sure to stay busy hiring lawyers to openly blackmail the New York City legal system. reports:

“Lawyers representing about 800 Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested in the past month demand that prosecutors drop the charges. If not, they say they won’t deal and will insist on going to trial – putting pressure on the already overloaded Manhattan criminal courts.

“‘I’d like to suggest to the DA’s office the appropriate way to deal with these cases is outright dismissal,’ said defense lawyer Martin Stolar. ‘The leverage is, we take them all to trial.’”

Meanwhile, their free comrades are – as usual – making little sense apart from their very clear vulgarities. For example, down in Denver, they’re advocating taking “the thirteen families that own the world – including George Bush and his administration – get them in front of the White House and hang them and shoot them because they deserve that.”

It’s no wonder such vindictive nonsense is inspiring China – a communist country and therefore one based on vindictive nonsense – to chime in with equally confusing drivel. Liu Weimin, one of China’s foreign ministry spokesmen said:

“We feel that there are issues here that are worth pondering. We have also noticed that in the media there has also been a lot of commentary, discussion and reflection. But we think that all of these reflections should be conducive to maintaining the sound and steady development of the world economy.”


Obama, however, says he gets it all. And if Martin Luther King Jr. was alive today, he says the American icon would “remind us that the unemployed worker can rightly challenge the excesses of Wall Street without demonizing all who work there.”

Of course, our dear leader didn’t stop there though. He continued, saying, “Those with power and privilege will often decry any call for change as divisive. They’ll say any challenge to the existing arrangement are unwise and destabilizing. Dr. King understood that peace without justice was no peace at all.”

Which is why I’m hoping for an Obama-free 2013 even more than I’m hoping for winter.

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