I guarantee you that if a bunch of thugs were standing with signs on a daily basis for fifty years by physically blocking access to any other group of legal businesses and harassing the people entering, murdering and maiming others to promote their cause, the government would eventually act.<quoted text>
The DOJ can't squeeze out that many victories, for what it seems.
I've got no doubt that you did defend the Occufilth when they refused to leave.
If we had "Occupy Planned Parenthood", the DOJ would have them all in prison on "terroristic threats".
"Privacy" my ass, the same courts have not yet ruled that you have the right to self defense outside of the home, and the right to consume cannabis.
As to Occupy, I really didn't pay all that much attention, other than to say to myself that it is about time people in this country got motivated enough to hit the streets in protest. In the end, it really didn't accomplish much.
I was much more impressed with what occurred in Madison and Columbus.
As to your right of self defense and the legality of marijuana use, you really seem not to understand how the boundaries of constitutional rights or federal and state laws are clarified by judicial opinions, or how those issues ever get before the courts in the first place.