Afraid you're the one with the comprehension problem - again. You're right,it's not the protest - it's the property damage and disruption of other people's ability to simply go on with their day to day business that is the problem. So tell me, what were the Occupiers protesting about Woodruff Park - that is the spot they "occupied"? That was where most of the damage took place in Atlanta. Were they offended by the grass and the irrigation system?
"damage to the field" - are you serious? "mess the fans make" - you mean like the idiots "celebrating" the UConn NCAA victory by smashing windows, destroying lamp posts, and other stupid behavior - and what happened? Dozens of the morons got arrested. Their parents must be so proud.
This whole discussion started with the fact that the government has "designated" First Amendment areas in a city because the federal government feels so threatened by the protests of ONE MAN and his family over what they consider infringement of their rights. Designated First Amendment areas - do you really not understand the implications? Unfortunately, that is probably a rhetorical question.
Unfortunately, for that poster it is a complexity beyond his ability to comprehend (or compression, whatever floats your boat).........as dummies just keep chugging along in their fantasy land..........