Last edited by VanceMack; 10-12-11 at 01:13 PM.
I love the smell of burning moonbat in the morning.
Sorry, it's both. It's an incestous relationship. ie: Geithner. Do I think many protesting will be willing to face this? No, I'm not so sure but I'm going to wait and see. This is why OWS and the Tea Party should work together. We see here that ultra partisans are unable to see where the two overlap but I hope they are an ignorable minority.If you want to see reform then shift your protests to DC and focus on the congressmen that bailed them out. Focus on the banking committees in congress that create the system as it stands. Or...stay on half the sidewalk and stay out of the street and protest til your little heart is content. Personally...i WANT them stay all throughout the NYC winter. Just follow the rules...obey the law...and have way more fun than you can stand.
Yes, there is a lot of hypocrisy being shown over this. The party is also in D.C. Will they put the blame where it belongs? I don't know yet.Where you have a right to be upset is when the government has created unfair business practices or has obligated your taxpayer dollars int he form of bailouts. The people bitching loudest about the banks today were very much anti-Tea party and PRO government bailouts (a position which i was against...I always have maintained that the banks should NOT have been bailed out and they should have been told to work out there screw-ups with their mortgage holders or collapse). So again...just like the assclowns pissed at the banks because they themselves ran up huge student loans to pay off COLLEGE tuitions...you are protesting the wrong people. Take the party to DC and go after congress and the president...cuz ALL of them are in bed with banks, corporations and the markets.
I was discovering that life just simply isn't fair and bask in the unsung glory of knowing that each obstacle overcome along the way only adds to the satisfaction in the end. Nothing great, after all, was ever accomplished by anyone sulking in his or her misery.