'Occupy Wall Street' Protesters Settl...

'Occupy Wall Street' Protesters Settle in for Long Haul

There are 5 comments on the ABC News story from Oct 9, 2011, titled 'Occupy Wall Street' Protesters Settle in for Long Haul. In it, ABC News reports that:

The Occupy Wall Street protesters might be struggling to find a unified message but there appears to be little doubt about their growing resolve as the movement settles in beyond the small lower Manhattan Park where it began nearly four weeks ago.

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“Two stones with one bird”

Since: Oct 09

The Compound

#1 Oct 9, 2011
They are struggling to find more than a unified message. They have no credibility - no matter how much the media tries to sensationalize it. They are just a bunch of losers complaining about whatever their liberal role models tell them to complain about.

Aimlessly complaining about stuff is not a noble cause.

“quarks, quirks, babies, punch”

Since: Sep 11


#2 Oct 10, 2011
I don't know why this generation feels like they are owed something, that they are entitled to something. I do not share this belief, I know nothing is owed to me, I have to work for all I want, and I'm personally responsible for my own well being. I don't know where this thought process came from, its extremely puzzling, I see all these people protesting and complaining about corporations and the rich, droning on and on with the same rehearsed cliche lines their ring leaders fed them. If you don't like a corporation, don't buy their products, use their services. If you don't like the way a bank works, choose a different bank, or a credit union. No one is forcing them to have these things. Protesting has become a very annoying fad, some useless celebrity whines about something and those without personal accountability come running from all directions to support a "cause".

“Sharia, NOT!”

Since: Jul 10

San Diego, CA

#3 Oct 10, 2011
I love how these protestors (soon to be violent protesetors) feel that they are owed jobs. Really? Have you thought about applying for the number of available jobs out there? It beats no money coming in. How about the vast majority of these guys don't even pay taxes and yet will receive a "refund"? That makes sense, how?
These folks are the "have nots" because they choose to work-not.

“bar0ckalypse n0w”

Since: Mar 10

Location hidden

#4 Oct 10, 2011
We're going to need those firefighting aircraft to drop cologne on these unclean skells.

“Sharia, NOT!”

Since: Jul 10

San Diego, CA

#5 Oct 11, 2011
I henceforth deem these Occupy Wall Street/Main Street folks to be known henceforth as "The Free Party" movement. They feel everything should be free to them. Even the use of technology that some corporation made for them and used labor from hardworking Americans. The same corporations that fund their favorite Liberals/Socialists.
Let it be written, let it be so!

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