'Wall Street' protesters vow to fight on

Sep 25, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: New York Daily News

Some of the nearly 80 protesters rounded up by the NYPD at a demonstration in Union Square Saturday said they would continue to occupy Wall Street.

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Yes, I call them christians.
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Chuck wrote:
Zuccotti Park Protesters Setting Up Military Tents For Winter, Safety
THE REVOLUTION WILL BE WINTERIZED
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Chuck wrote:
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THE REVOLUTION WILL BE WINTERIZED
Who cares?

You'll be dragged away by popular demand.

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Who cares?
You'll be dragged away by popular demand.
Baggers aren't much into democracy, are they?
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You just showed you know NOTHING about The Tea Party, or what we stand for. You're are right, in that we are not for all Americans. We are stedfastly against ANYONE who promotes an anti-American, anti-capitalist agendas. That happens to be the liberal wing of the democrap party. Damn right we want all the advantages of an AMERICAN SOCIETY, but you couldn't be more wrong about not wanting to pay for it. What we don't want to pay for, is a bunch of deadbeats and crimminals who are not only not pulling their weight. They are bleeding us dry. We believe first and foremost in SELF RELIANCE AND INDIVIDUAL RESPONSIBILITY. When you live by those credos, you don't need gov't to provide for you, those things, you should provide for yourself. Healthcare, food, housing, education, and all the other things liberals and gov't seem to think we shouldn't provide for ourselves. All it's done is make us more dependent and less competitive, in the world market. A return to Constitutional governence and free market capitalism, not crony capitalism, will return us to the top, where we belong. Tea Party 2012!
We know a lot about you CONSERVATIVE. When you hook up with all your teabagging friends do you call it Occupy Ball Street?
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An Oakland Police Department officer shot blogger and videographer Scott Campbell with a projectile (a "bean bag" round or rubbber bullet, it's not clear which) while he was recording video during Occupy protests this weekend. Mr. Campbell was not threatening the officers or engaged in any violent activity that required this response. Is it legal for police to shoot photographers simply because they do not want to be photographed?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v =I0pX9LeE-g8XX
Experts in police use of force shocked by Oakland video
http://www.mercurynews.com/news/ci_19284774...
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The Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City are preparing for the possibility of a punishing winter by erecting tents designed to withstand frigid temperatures.

Some of the military grade tents are as big as tiny cottages. They began popping up Monday, with the first planned for medics and another designated as a safe space for women.

Three tents have been erected in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park we are going to install four more. Another 20 are being ordered.

The tents are costing the protesters about $25,000 total. They’re paid for through donations the Wall Street protest group has received.
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The Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City are preparing for the possibility of a punishing winter by erecting tents designed to withstand frigid temperatures.
Some of the military grade tents are as big as tiny cottages. They began popping up Monday, with the first planned for medics and another designated as a safe space for women.
Three tents have been erected in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park we are going to install four more. Another 20 are being ordered.
The tents are costing the protesters about $25,000 total. They’re paid for through donations the Wall Street protest group has received.
Let it snow!!!

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these protesters are plain old bums!
they are killing off businesses that are left trying to make a buck

they are damaging all restaurants in the area
they bathe themselves in the bathroom
the most disgusting smelly trashbags

hey protesters! take a shower
maybe wipe ur behind
use some deoderant
put on clothes
youre all nasty nasty
Chuck

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Since the formal mechanisms of power refuse to restore the rule of law, then we, the 99 percent, will have to see that justice is done.
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Since the formal mechanisms of power refuse to restore the rule of law, then we, the 99 percent, will have to see that justice is done.
In all seriousness, what justice is being done by a group of people spending months living in public parks, beating on drums, crapping on police cars or the American flag, engaging in public sex and doing drugs? All while someone else drops the dime so that they can sit on their cans, partying, for months on end?

Or attacking and vandalizing local businesses, public property or as we saw over the weekend, attacking and injuring fellow citizens (Washington, DC)? Rapes and drug overdoses? You need special tents to keep the women safe?

Because every day, more and more video is getting out showing what many in this movement are all about, and it isn't about justice. You post links to positive new stories about OWS, but Youtube and countless other sources are increasingly showing us the ugly underbelly here. And it is downright disgusting.

So exactly what is it that you think all of this is going to accomplish?
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Teach wrote:
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In all seriousness, what justice is being done by a group of people spending months living in public parks, beating on drums, crapping on police cars or the American flag, engaging in public sex and doing drugs? All while someone else drops the dime so that they can sit on their cans, partying, for months on end?
Or attacking and vandalizing local businesses, public property or as we saw over the weekend, attacking and injuring fellow citizens (Washington, DC)? Rapes and drug overdoses? You need special tents to keep the women safe?
Because every day, more and more video is getting out showing what many in this movement are all about, and it isn't about justice. You post links to positive new stories about OWS, but Youtube and countless other sources are increasingly showing us the ugly underbelly here. And it is downright disgusting.
So exactly what is it that you think all of this is going to accomplish?
That is the justice being done. Either you give in, or they will kill themselves and show America what kind of people they really are...low class leeches that destroy everything they touch (including themselves).
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Since the formal mechanisms of power refuse to restore the rule of law, then we, the 99 percent, will have to see that justice is done.
You know, Einstein, you've been touting the same old rhetoric, since this bowel movement began. Just when is your scheme supposed to take place? All I see is a bunch of spoiled brat kids throwing all kinds of temper tantrums, turning on the society they claim to represent, turning on each other to satisfy their baser appetites, and doing nothing but a lot of ranting and raving.

So when is this social uproar supposed to take place? Will that be before, or after most of your Wall Street protesters go home to mommy and daddy (or Los Angeles), because the mental giants who organized the protests in the fall failed to realize that after autumn comes winter?
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The Occupy Wall Street protesters in New York City are preparing for the possibility of a punishing winter by erecting tents designed to withstand frigid temperatures.
Some of the military grade tents are as big as tiny cottages. They began popping up Monday, with the first planned for medics and another designated as a safe space for women.
Three tents have been erected in Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park we are going to install four more. Another 20 are being ordered.
The tents are costing the protesters about $25,000 total. They’re paid for through donations the Wall Street protest group has received.
And bought from L.L.Bean (a corporation).
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Baggers aren't much into democracy, are they?
Actually, we're not much into Socialism. We Believe what the Bible says. If you don't work, you don't eat.

However, there is one thing I'm thankful to the protesters for. By your refusal to work, my son will have more job opportunities when he becomes old enough to enter the job market.
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You are the waste!
And the pot calls the kettle black!

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<quoted text>Actually, we're not much into Socialism. We Believe what the Bible says. If you don't work, you don't eat.
However, there is one thing I'm thankful to the protesters for. By your refusal to work, my son will have more job opportunities when he becomes old enough to enter the job market.
What is Wrong With You!
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Chuck the OccuTard wrote:
Since the formal mechanisms of power refuse to restore the rule of law, then we, the 99 percent, will have to see that justice is done.
You OccuTards are in for a disappointment.
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I've been wondering when the first great radio documentary about Occupy Wall Street would come out, and when I was driving around in LA yesterday doing errands, I tuned into it by accident on KCRW.

Longtime public radio producer, reporter, documentarian and host Alex Chadwick, with whom I worked at the NPR program "Day to Day," produced a beautiful and evocative audio documentary about the Occupy Wall Street movement, after embedding at Zucotti Park to hear the stories of the occupiers there. He ended up witnessing history.

Alex is the greatest at this art, and I was so happy to hear new work from the man behind those great radio expeditions, which he produced with his late wife Carolyn. Those acquainted with his "Interviews 50 Cents" series will hear a familiar chord, too. Alex, man, it is so great to hear you back on the air doing what no one else can. Everyone else? You *must* carve out some undistracted time, and just listen.

This is the story of how Occupy Wall Street finds itself over three days in October. How it faces down the police, the political powers, and its own demons. This is the moment when Occupy Wall Street won.

"Occupation in October," on the KCRW radio documentary series "Unfictional," produced by Bob Carlson.
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New Orleans police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a tent at the Occupy Nola camp in Duncan Plaza across from city hall.

Detectives suspect the body of the 53-year-old man may have been there for two days, and there were no visible signs of trauma when the body was discovered Tuesday.

Police are treating it as an unclassified death.

TeeHee

Now he'll OCCUPY a Potter's grave.

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