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Posted: 12/October/2011 at 17:08 | IP Logged  |  Copy the link in order to refer to this post Quote tude dog

This just confirms to me a long held belief that public demonstration over all are feel good events.

It is not lost to me that this is a valuable way to bring concerns to the general public.

One would think that when in public some decorum, presenting your best face would go a long way for your cause.

Unfortunately for the "Occupy Wall Street" protesters they come off looking like a bunch of hippy scum I would never care to meet.

Sex and drugs on tap, who says it's not a political partaaay? Occupy Wall Street protesters make love as well as class war

It started as a gathering of furious youngsters, protesting about the supposed lack of opportunities for the average American. But then the freeloaders came along.

As the Occupy Wall Street protest continued in full strength in Manhattan today, the atmosphere in New York's financial district has become increasingly debauched.

Conspicuously living among the politically active in the makeshift village in Zuccotti Park are opportunistic junkies and homeless people - making the most of the free food on offer.

Also present and infuriating the hard core of activists are a number of teens looking to turn the gathering into an urban rave.

Among the banners and flags are now discarded packets of condoms, cigarettes and bottles of spirits, while naked youngsters happily get together with just sleeping bags covering their modesty.

A box of free condoms is kept in the main area where protesters are camping. In one shocking picture, a man can be seen defecating on a police car.

I got warrants. Im running from the law, a 24-year-old man from Stamford, Connecticut, told the New York Post. Im not even supposed to be here, but its as good a spot as any to hide.


MARRIAGE MATERIAL

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It's a shame, really.

Tax payers must pay police to play the parent role,  then the cries, typical of such idiots claim brutality.

Nothing new here. Then taxpayers pay to clean up the child's play-pen



Edited by tude dog on 12/October/2011 at 17:13


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Just how clueless is President Obama?

Obama on Occupy Wall Street: 'We Are on Their Side'

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President Obama continues to express his commitment to the Occupy Wall Street protesters. 

The most important thing we can do right now is those of us in leadership letting people know that we understand their struggles and we are on their side,

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