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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    Come to ny, i'll take you for a ride.
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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

    How about the OWS is actually disjointed and not plugged in to the conventional "buy your media presentation" and focus that goes with all the large monied media campaigns that we are exposed to on a daily basis without being aware that a great deal of the media opinions/stories/events are subliminally sponsored. Political, financial, intelligence, educational, and any other agenda that starts ginnin' up a little media to gain favorable exposure to their paradigm. Lotsa' people ain't articulate and the 99% is lotsa' people by definition. If you'll go with recent recollections in the media in the past decade ginnin' up that Iraq war with the Iraqi need for freedom, democracy, get rid o' WMDs, etc, and it all sounding very reasonable, even noble, and that's what money and a focused ad campaign can buy to make something downright evil look good. Somehow the confusion with OWS relates to a sincere purpose, not some ginned up agenda.

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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Why am I not surprised that you missed the point.
    your point was idiotic. mind you and inaccurate.

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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

    Quote Originally Posted by whysoserious View Post
    Why am I not surprised that you missed the point.
    There is no point in your vitriol, none at all.
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    Re: Occupy Protestors Mobilize for Obama Visit

    Quote Originally Posted by ReverendHellh0und View Post
    That's retarded. Who claimed this? My point is they may just stay home. libs, so ignorant, ignorant libs.
    When you look at the possible results of the 2012 elections it becomes only to clear which way people will vote at least on the two issues indentified by these protestors,

    1-Watching the debates each one of the possible republican candidates clearly expressed thier opposition to the draw down of troops in Iraq and Afghanistan accept Ron Paul

    2-Each one of the republican candidates has proclaimed wall street's innocence

    Gingrich the leader "presently" of the republican polls has been very clear about his position on both issues he is against the draw downs and loves wall street, Ron Paul is to radical in his views for me but at least honest. I do not see any way to vote for any republican candidate left in the field that only leaves one choice President Obama

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