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'Occupy' Protests Spread, Politicians Rebuke

There are 1591 comments on the WLWT-TV Cincinnati story from Oct 9, 2011, titled 'Occupy' Protests Spread, Politicians Rebuke. In it, WLWT-TV Cincinnati reports that:

Occupy Wall Street protests are set to enter a 23rd day Sunday as the voices of demonstrators echo louder beyond Wall Street.

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Curtis Lowe

United States

#1 Oct 9, 2011
Obama has a son in Martinique by his mistress Vera Baker. She will not grant interviews to the press.
Curtis Lowe

United States

#2 Oct 9, 2011
Time to call in the US Army and send these trust-fund socialists back to Mommy and Daddy.
Curtis Lowe

United States

#3 Oct 9, 2011
Bloomberg is full of crap. He loves this socialist bullshit. He is just hedging his bets in case things turn ugly. If he were an American, like Rudy Guilliani, he would have begged the Governor for National Guard troops to thump some skulls and send these beggars packing.
news and notes

Brooksville, FL

#4 Oct 9, 2011
Wall Street hotshots are skipping their power lunches out of fear in getting pelted with eggs and tomatoes.
They're send secretaries and assistants to get hot dogs from street vendors.
Curtis Lowe

United States

#5 Oct 9, 2011
news and notes wrote:
Wall Street hotshots are skipping their power lunches out of fear in getting pelted with eggs and tomatoes.
They're send secretaries and assistants to get hot dogs from street vendors.
You mean the Wall Street hotshots who run corporations which support thousands of jobs, which in turn pays social security taxes to support seniors and crippled folk? Do you really hate old people and cripples that much?

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#6 Oct 9, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
Obama has a son in Martinique by his mistress Vera Baker. She will not grant interviews to the press.
Like father like son

“Hillary, thirty years of lying”

Since: Nov 08

Paris

#7 Oct 9, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
Bloomberg is full of crap. He loves this socialist bullshit. He is just hedging his bets in case things turn ugly. If he were an American, like Rudy Guilliani, he would have begged the Governor for National Guard troops to thump some skulls and send these beggars packing.
Hell, the way they look and smell, just turn the water hoses on them.

“Angry Antlers ”

Since: Sep 08

Miami

#8 Oct 9, 2011
Of course the politicans of the Fascist Reich are rebuking a populist movement, being the vast minority of the population those in the Fleaparty represent.

They can't co-opt it and shut it down, or turn it into a corporate sponsored smear meachine as ALEC and the Koch brotherd did with the Fleas.

The wave of populist anger against the excesses, crimes, and fraud of Wall Street and the wealthy supporters who represent only 1% of the population are scared shitless.

Hopefully, and if they're smart, the Reich will tell their mouth pieces in Washington to accept all liberal plans for the economy and jobs, or face anarchy.

Occupy Wall Street: Taking back our country, one broken window at a time.
Think it over

Los Angeles, CA

#9 Oct 9, 2011
As a conservative I love these leftist loons.
Whether Obama wins or loses come next year will be based on the economy.And these loons are going to scare some people and cause them to pull their money out of Wall Street lowering the value of the stock market( and the value of their retirement funds and Collage funds) And also causing there to be less money to invest in the creation of jobs here in the USA.
It was the leftist loons at the 1968 Democratic convention that help ensure the Republican would hold the Presidency for 20 0f the next 24 years and these leftist loons are going to do the same thing.
Think it over

Los Angeles, CA

#10 Oct 9, 2011
Is there any leftist that has any clue on how to create jobs in the private sector? I think not.

“Truth to Power!”

Since: Apr 07

United States

#11 Oct 9, 2011


More democrat Astro-Turf. Laughable!



You notice they aren't marching in the group creating the rules at the WH!




A-S-T-R-O-T-U-R-F!





“May be I did, Maybe I didn't”

Since: Aug 11

Seattle, WA

#12 Oct 9, 2011
Who were those protestors that said they were paid to be there?
Uncle BOM

Atlanta, GA

#14 Oct 9, 2011
NOT A JOKE: PETA OBAMA FLY-SWATTING STORY CREATES BUZZ

Obama has proven that he is enormously skillful at killing flies, and, not surprisingly, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) is none too pleased about it.

LMAO it was pretty dumb, and he was so proud of killing it in front of the cameras for the interviewer to see. What kind of intelligent followers do you expect from this kind of "leadership"?
S-N-A-F-U

Chandler, AZ

#15 Oct 9, 2011
Caribou Barbie wrote:
Of course the politicans of the Fascist Reich are rebuking a populist movement, being the vast minority of the population those in the Fleaparty represent.
They can't co-opt it and shut it down, or turn it into a corporate sponsored smear meachine as ALEC and the Koch brotherd did with the Fleas.
The wave of populist anger against the excesses, crimes, and fraud of Wall Street and the wealthy supporters who represent only 1% of the population are scared shitless.
Hopefully, and if they're smart, the Reich will tell their mouth pieces in Washington to accept all liberal plans for the economy and jobs, or face anarchy.
Occupy Wall Street: Taking back our country, one broken window at a time.
Me thinks your reference to the "Fascist Reich" would be more aprapos with der uber left, who fathered the tyrannical Socialist advent in the former USSR, and of course, in Hitlers Germany, et al...

BTW, Obama Jobs plan is just another socialist attempt to skew and demonize the real job producers in this country. His machinations didn't work the first time with his tax payer stimulus, except for the aggrandizement of his supporters in the last election. This so called jobs bill is as crooked as a dogs hind leg! i.e. The bill includes authorization for a 15 BILLION DOLLAR grant of tax payer money to fund the criminal activities of ACORN.

Their tricks are needed for the inner city vote turnout. This is much more insidious than it appears. Wise-Up!

http://capoliticalnews.com/2011/09/18/obama%E...

Since: Sep 11

Location hidden

#16 Oct 9, 2011
"Caribou Barbie" They can't co-opt it and shut it down, or turn it into a corporate sponsored smear meachine as ALEC and the Koch brotherd did with the Fleas.

You forgot to let everyone know how George Soros and friends are helping with this Occupy Wallstreet.

On one side are the public sector unions and the dole crowd, the professional activists, consultants and bearded marxists who need something to do with their free time. Not to mention the twenty and thirty somethings working in the private sector who are too stupid to realize that they’re being used by the same billionaires that they’re protesting against to destroy their own job market.

And that’s what the pathetic Occupy Wall Street camp boils down to. A pro-government protest against some billionaires, just not the ones ponying up at Obama fundraisers. Class warfare done on the cheap by people who don’t work and have no class.

Since: Sep 11

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#18 Oct 9, 2011
Say what you will about Obama he has created plenty of jobs. Government jobs. And subtracted a whole lot private sector jobs. This doesn’t make much sense if you think of him as leading an economic recovery, rather than serving as a figurehead in an effort to put the country and the economy under the control of particular interests within that 1 percent.

Interests like some of those nice billionaires who fund activist groups out of the goodness of their hearts because they love this country so damn much. Like noted patriot George Soros or the Sandlers, those lovely people with their creative subprime mortgage loans who are just so darn concerned about the poor. Or Warren Buffett who is just so fired up about the rich paying their fair share of taxes– so long as it results in a tax code which still leaves him with the same loopholes while letting him go on profiting from the bailouts.

Since: Dec 08

Kerrville, TX

#19 Oct 9, 2011
I watched these protesters on all of the MSM networks this morning. I didn't see a cohesive message anywhere. Just what do these people want? Or do they even know?
Yeah Sure

Oscoda, MI

#20 Oct 9, 2011
Curtis Lowe wrote:
Time to call in the US Army and send these trust-fund socialists back to Mommy and Daddy.
Curtis, Jesus was a Socialist, and cared about all the people that you, Republicans, and the wealthy 2% want to ignore or destroy. You can't truly be religious, and not care about the people that jesus walked with. You're using God, and practicing hypocrisy. That's a BIG sin in itself. God will punish you for that.

Since: Sep 11

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#21 Oct 9, 2011
Soak the rich isn’t an original slogan, but in this age of NGO’s and a massive white elephant civil service, who are the rich exactly?

Elizabeth Warren explained that the rich are people who build factories but aren’t grateful enough to pay their fair share. Whatever that fair share might be. Warren has good reason to be outraged by business owners who just aren’t paying enough. She’s the one they’re paying the money to.

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau refused a Freedom of Information Act request to release her salary, but we do have the salary ranges for two assistant directors of sub-offices at the CFPB.

The Assistant Director at the Office of Financial Empowerment, whose job is “developing and implementing policy and programs that empower low and moderate income and underserved consumers to make better informed financial decisions” has a salary range of 185,000 to 247,000 dollars.

Since: Sep 11

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#22 Oct 9, 2011
The Assistant Director at the, Office of Older Americans,(apparently senior citizens is now politically incorrect) also has a salary range of 160,000 to 235,000 dollars (apparently senior citizens also matter 25,000 to 12,000 dollars less than “underserved consumers”) and his or her job involves “Working with the Associate Director and Deputy Associate Director of Consumer Education and Engagement, as well as senior leaders from across CFPB.”(That’s senior leaders who make a lot of money, nor leaders who are seniors.)

Just how many senior leaders, directors, associate directors and deputy associate directors are there at a single consumer agency? When you find out let me know. But the CFPB has offices in four major cities, pays relocation costs and promises “a highly competitive compensation and benefits package”.

Does the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau really exist to protect consumers or to provide six figure jobs to reliable political allies like Liz Warren?

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