Death Of A Movement

WASHINGTON DC—“Dozens of U.S. Park Police officers have converged on one of the nation’s last remaining Occupy sites and are inspecting tents there as they enforce the ban on camping.”

“The officers arrived before dawn Saturday at McPherson Square, just blocks from the White House, on horseback and in riot gear. There were no clashes between police and protesters, though a Park Police spokesman says four people were arrested for disobeying a lawful order.”

The Occupy Wall Street movement was applauded by Barack Hussein Obama from the start, which told all of us who bother to pay attention to these things that OWS was a bad thing. While the OWS people were invading public and private buildings and trashing them, taking over public and private parks and using them as campgrounds and toilets, and trashing them, at the same time Obama was speaking out loudly against the Tea Party movement which was doing none of these things and was behaving responsibly.

The Tea Party has grown in size and respectability both, with 3 out of every 10 Americans expressing support for it by July 2010. All the complaints, both real and manufactured, against some prominent members of the movement are all regarding statements that may have been made that some people took offense to. This doesn’t remotely compare to the filth, trash, crimes including property destruction, rape and assaults on police officers committed by OWS protestors.

The OWS will fade from public memory, but not too fast, I hope. Let’s keep those memories alive until Obama is booted out of office and keep reminding everyone until then that he supported the violence, the trash, the defecating on public sidewalks, the smashing of store windows, the rapes, the assaults. He supported that mob of anti-American scum. Let’s be sure everyone remembers on voting day.

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