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Lawrence version of Occupy Wall Street protest springs up

October 8, 2011

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The Occupy Wall Street populist protest movement that has sprung up across the nation made its way to Lawrence on Saturday, as more than 100 people gathered outside the U.S. Bank at Ninth and Massachusetts streets.

Occupy Lawrence protesters come to Massachusetts Street

Event organizer Lori Learned Robinson talks about the Occupy Lawrence protest, an offshoot of the national Occupy Wall Street movement. Enlarge video

The group chanted, held signs and sang songs that echoed themes.

“THIS IS CLASS WAR,” read one sign.

Occupy Lawrence demonstrators protest Saturday at Ninth and Massachusetts streets.

Occupy Lawrence demonstrators protest Saturday at Ninth and Massachusetts streets.

Last Friday, Lawrence resident Lori Learned Robinson and a small group of organizers were watching the Occupy Wall Street movement nationally, and were wondering if a local movement would begin. After nothing sprung up after a couple of days, she and her husband began a Facebook group that spread the word about the event.

“It’s a coming together of everyone who has grievances against the way things are being done,” she said. “The main focus is on Wall Street, and how Wall Street gets bailed out, but the American people don’t.”

The people who gathered were airing a wide variety of grievances, including large student-debt loads, wiretapping efforts and government spending on the military.

Mel Smith, of Lawrence, held a sign that asked, “What does it all mean?”

“What we’re here for is to help people realize that in order for the human race to survive, we have to be able to work together,” Smith said.

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Phoenixman 2 years, 3 months ago

Join the real 99% on January 1st for "Unoccupy Wall Street". Chuck Woolery is encouraging Americans to protest the OWS rabble by not showing up to the OWS protest sites. He's a genius.

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 3 months ago

Speaking of occupy frolics: "...Tensions flared between Occupy protesters on Christmas day. The situation got so bad, a NewsChannel 5 videographer had to call police for help. NewsChannel 5's videojournalist was on assignment at Legislative Plaza Sunday covering the holiday celebration, when the angle of the story suddenly changed. Two of the protesters started arguing with each other; one of them was three-months pregnant. Harsh words led to hair pulling and punching, and both of them landed on the ground. While other protesters tried to break up the situation, NewsChannel 5's videographer called 911 for help. Medics rushed to the scene and took the pregnant protester to the hospital to be checked out. Police started investigating the situation, and charges may be filed..." http://www.newschannel5.com/story/16392221/occupy-protestors-fight-on-christmas-day

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 3 months ago

Soon it'll be much more comfortable to take a dump outdoors in public. Start getting enough fiber in your diet now.

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Phoenixman 2 years, 3 months ago

I'm curious regarding the lack of coverage on the occupy meltdowns? I would have thought the news would have captured all the criminal activity associated with the leftist revolution. Teaparty brigands were hoisting signs and banners, cleaned up after themselves, and assembled peacably, how dare they be civil and respectful.

What say you professional (unbias) media and leftist revolutionaries? bwahahahahaha

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2hotrob 2 years, 5 months ago

Why is this so hard for people to get? I know we've been lied to for decades, but wake up! The media that is feeding you beliefs are OWNED by the same fraction that OWN your politicians, no matter what party. We're not asking for a hand out, we just want the greed and corruption to end. I don't have a problem with you earning 100 times of what I do, if you are a productive member of the society that creates jobs, pay taxes, a.s.o, I DO however have a problem when you earn 10.000 time of what I do, do not create any jobs, influence the politicians to your benefits, do not pay any taxes, and when you DO screw up, the taxpayers have to pay for it.
Wake up! The whole world is ruled by an oligarchy, and that's why this is a global revolution. Nothing comparable has ever happened.... Unless you are raking in over $ 1.3 million a year, you are the 99% (you could even make more but chose not to contribute to campaigns, you're still with us) Please join our conversation.

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gl0ck0wn3r 2 years, 6 months ago

I'm thinking of stimulating the economy soon by purchasing a new 7.1 receiver. I've had a good few weeks on the market, so it's time for a small treat. Marantz, Sony or Pioneer? Do you guys like Whitney Houston's first CD? It's hard to choose a favorite among so many great tracks, but "The Greatest Love of All" is one of the best, most powerful songs ever written about self-preservation, dignity. Its universal message crosses all boundaries and instills one with the hope that it's not too late to better ourselves. Since it's impossible in this world we live in to empathize with others, we can always empathize with ourselves. It's an important message, crucial really. And it's beautifully stated on the album.

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ljreader 2 years, 6 months ago

Looks to me like anyone having a bad hair day is protesting. I'm sure the PAID protesters are demanding we tax the rich,falling in line with the Community Organizer in Chief's wishes. Otherwise, the beefs seem to range from corporate greed to hanging the toilet paper over or under. Of course, the Hispanics who I saw interviewed- who speak no English- and don't even know what the signs they said they are paid to carry say (because they are in English) no doubt want amnesty. Talk about "astro turf" movement.

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kufan1146 2 years, 6 months ago

I can't help but laugh a little of the irony of the participating protesters organizing the events through corporate social networks, using corporate-made cell phones on corporate-owned internet providers, driving corporate-made cars to the protest, writing their slogans on corporate-manufactured paper and attaching them corporate-milled wood...and paid for each little piece of the protest using corporate bank issued debit or credit cards, thereby making Wall St. just a tiny bit richer each time they bought something to protest Wall St.

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rockchalk1977 2 years, 6 months ago

"Democrats Offer Solidarity to Wall Street Protesters".

http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2011/10/10/lawmakers-pick-sides-as-wall-street-protests-mount/

Democrats are now in a partnership with the unwashed Fleabaggers. This is just a distraction from Obama's failed economic policies. They should really be in front of the White House not Wall Street. If they only worked this hard at finding a job!

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its_just_math 2 years, 6 months ago

I'm going to compliment Obama on tapping on his former strong suit of community organizing. He has, through his dogmatic class warfare rhetoric motivated the most clueless to head on down to Wall Street or their local big bank's parking lot to shout and spit and stomp about.......well you know, just that stuff that they don't like......just, umm, rich people and umm....well stuff that Obama has community organized for.

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Aiko 2 years, 6 months ago

What was the wire tapping sign about?

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 6 months ago

Speaking of Wall Street: "While the professional Left trashes Wall Street, they might want to consider how their current President got elected. The Sunlight Foundation reports that Barack Obama didn’t just win the Wall Street sweepstakes in 2008 over John McCain — he’s done better at getting Wall Street cash than any other President in the last 20 years: Despite his rhetorical attacks on Wall Street, a study by the Sunlight Foundation’s Influence Project shows that President Barack Obama has received more money from Wall Street than any other politician over the past 20 years, including former President George W. Bush. In 2008, Wall Street’s largesse accounted for 20 percent of Obama’s total take, according to Reuters. …" http://hotair.com/archives/2011/10/10/guess-which-president-has-raked-in-the-most-wall-street-bucks-in-a-generation/ (from a source)

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Agnostick 2 years, 6 months ago

Looks like the previously-booted troll FalseHopeNoChange... better known as "barrypenders," "berrypenders" and other cancelled usernames... is up to his old plagiarizing tricks again.

http://www2.ljworld.com/news/2011/oct/08/lawrence-version-occupy-wall-street-protest-spring/#c1779021

When challenged by Gandalf, ol' berrypenders pastes a link to an Associated Press news article. But a cursory glance of that AP article shows that the pasted text isn't from that article.

In fact, FalseHopeNoChange's plagiarized text comes from his favorite source, Stratfor:

http://app.response.stratfor.com/e/es.aspx?s=1483&e=367990&elq=98e9b5c6d78143b1b89336cb9e8884bb

First paragraph is identical.

Will these trolls never learn?

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 6 months ago

"You stay until demands are met." Or until Rin Tin Tin shows up, takes a bite out of crime and you get tossed in the slammer for criminal trespass, being a public nuisance, public defecation or loitering with intent to commit mopery.

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rockchalk1977 2 years, 6 months ago

“I got warrants. I’m running from the law,” boasted Dave, 24, a scrawny, unshaven miscreant in filthy clothes from Stamford, Conn. “I’m not even supposed to be here, but it’s as good a spot as any to hide.” “I’ve been smoking and drinking in here for eight days now,” said Dave, booze on his breath and his eyes bloodshot as he lay sprawled on a tattered sheet of cardboard. “I need to get some methadone."

http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/manhattan/it_nyc_lam_sterdam_bmE4vlV5aDUWhBRv9IbaiK

Let's call this new grass-roots movement "The Flea Party". These Fleabaggers really need to occupy a shower stall.

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Fred Whitehead Jr. 2 years, 6 months ago

Actually, this is just another diversion for the under-occupied crowd. These kind of "protests" really accomplish nothing. The people on Wall Street have probably never heard of Lawrence, or even Kansas (unless they might have seen "The Wizard of Oz") It is a bit dismaying to see all these people exerting this kind of fruitless effort when they could be engaged in some sort of useful activity.

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grammaddy 2 years, 6 months ago

Unless the protesters are still there, this was not an "Occupy" movement. You don't just show up, chant, wave signs and leave.You stay until demands are met. OCCUPY!!

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jafs 2 years, 6 months ago

Watching these discussions about this group and the t-party folks is interesting to me.

They look very similar to me - they're both somewhat grass-roots, involve people who are frustrated with our current political/business environment, and both have attracted the attention of various political groups and the media.

Also, they at their inception have been a bit unfocused and loose, gradually coming together a bit more to articulate their goals. Some people in each group are intelligent and well spoken, and others less so.

It's another strange example of partisan politics that folks will praise one group and dismiss the other - I think they're both expressions of the frustration that many Americans feel with our current political and economic climate.

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BornAgainAmerican 2 years, 6 months ago

Where were the Occupiers today? I drove down town and not a Loon to be seen there. Oh well, it was probably lots of fun for one day. Sheeesh!

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FalseHopeNoChange 2 years, 6 months ago

Spring in Cairo will soon Occupy American Spring:

Violence has broken out in Cairo, beginning today at about 8 p.m. Demonstrators outside the state television station began firing on soldiers patrolling the area, according to reports from government sources. Two soldiers were reported dead and 25 soldiers were reported wounded so far. Other reliable reports say that multiple vehicle fires have broken out and that tear gas is being fired by the police at the crowd. Demonstrations are also under way at Tahrir Square. Given elections scheduled for November, and the apparent magnitude of the violence, it would appear that this event is highly significant. We expect details and analysis to evolve as the events unfold.

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Richard Heckler 2 years, 6 months ago

Face it Wall Street is a scam romanticized by politicians yet cannot be a tool to measure the economy. It is a casino for those who can afford to lose money then buy back and make more.

Case in point:

Former President George W. Bush repeatedly claimed that those who put their money in private accounts would be “guaranteed a better return than they would receive from the current Social Security system.

But every sale of stock on the stock market includes the disclaimer: “the return on this investment is not guaranteed and may be negative” for good reason. During the 20th century, there were several periods lasting more than ten years when the return on stocks was negative.

After the Dow Jones stock index went down by over 75% between 1929 and 1933, the Dow did not return to its 1929 level until 1953.

In claiming that the rate of return on a stock investment is guaranteed to be greater than the return on any other asset, Bush was lying.

http://www.dollarsandsense.org/archives/2010/0111orr.html

The big question??? Why didn't democrats call for an Independent Counsel and a Grand Jury on the home loan fraud? Some RINO's should be jail as we speak.

On this issue as well: Bush and Henry Paulson blew the $700 billion of bail out money? http://www.democracynow.org/2009/9/10/good_billions_after_bad_one_year

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Richard Heckler 2 years, 6 months ago

While they are at it we might as well be calling for CUTTING OFF special interest financing of elections! YES even at the local level.

Our government is always claiming the USA is about democracy. In that case allow the citizens to practice democracy by allowing citizens to vote on these issues in 2012.

Vote out the ENTITLEMENT program for the wealthy which do nothing to make an economy strong or produce jobs. Tax cuts are a tax increase to others in order to make up the loss in revenue = duped again.

Always a bad Idea = Bush Tax Cuts - The ENTITLEMENT program for the wealthy at the expense of the middle class = duped one more time. http://www.dollarsandsense.org/archives/2001/0301miller.html

Let's demand a new system and vote in Fair Vote America : http://www.fairvote.org/irv/ Demand a change on the next ballot.

Let's have public financing of campaigns. Citizens cannot afford special interest money campaigns for it is the citizens that get left out. Let citizens vote on this issue. http://www.publicampaign.org/

Bribery of elected officials is the most stinky of all bribery!

Day in and day out our elected officials spend hours each day campaigning for campaign dollars. When they take time out to make a speech and/or attend luncheons etc etc etc this is campaigning for money. Let's not pretend only the presidential race is on the clock 24/7.

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toe 2 years, 6 months ago

The Federal Home Loan Bank in Topeka may be next.

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 6 months ago

"More than likely, this is just another example of "I want something that isn't mine but since I want it, I should be given it." +10 (from a source)

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Armored_One 2 years, 6 months ago

So out of idle curiosity, if the tables were reversed, and the ones demanding this presumed wealth redistribution were the ones with the wealth, would they be so keen on the idea?

More than likely, this is just another example of "I want something that isn't mine but since I want it, I should be given it."

Our ancestors would be disgusted.

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verity 2 years, 6 months ago

There are quite a number of organizations involved in the occupation of Wall Street and the other occupations, but I think this website puts it quite clearly what the occupations are about.

http://contract.rebuildthedream.com/

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vuduchyld 2 years, 6 months ago

There's no use pretending The demographics are trending But I've lived here a long time and my family's here, too For the record, there's no trusting Their faith-based programs and union busting I live in a red state and that's why I'm so blue

(watch the video!) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OcK3KR140OA

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its_just_math 2 years, 6 months ago

He he he...Obama is now and always has been the most "owned" in political history. You're funny when you're hitting the firewater and blogging.

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Mike Ford 2 years, 6 months ago

name calling and denial means tuschkahouma is +3....when confronted with being owned conservatives change the subject....stay down....maybe I'll stop having to refute your nonsense...

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true_patriot 2 years, 6 months ago

I don't really see the lack of a coherent message - underlying all of the diffuse articulations there is the elephant in the living room - this is anger about the redistribution of wealth over the past few decades that has accelerated dramatically over the past decade.

People aren't necessarily even asking for all the money back that has been redistributed ("stolen" is more accurate but more charged vocabulary) from the middle class to the top few percent - they're only just now starting to express real desire to putting a stop to it. That is the underlying and coherent message:

"Stop the redistribution of wealth from the middle class to the top few percent. Now."

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Mark Kostner 2 years, 6 months ago

The Occupy Wall Street movement needs to take it to the head of the snake, The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City. The Lawrence bank is just the local branch, although it's good that they did. Make sure they make their presence felt during operating hours. A British friend of mine told me that America was a free country from 1776-1913, when the private Federal Reserve took over. The banksters are doing to us what they did to the third world in the late 20th century.

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lunacydetector 2 years, 6 months ago

the original call to Occupy Wall Street came from the magazine AdBusters, an anti-consumerisst publication financed by the Soros-funded Tides Foundation. moveon.org is urging its supporters to join the movement.as well.

Lies And the Lying Liar Protestors

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Noweigh 2 years, 6 months ago

Yes, I'm outraged too by the massive big oil conspiracy to lower gas prices recently. When gas prices fell, I was out there demanding an explanation of how those evil "big oil" companies all conspire to lower their prices all at once. They tell me its a conspiracy when they raise prices, same must be true when they're lowered. The man, taken it to us again.

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Mike Ford 2 years, 6 months ago

I survive and yet I'm not as selfish and ignorant sounding as both ways, rush, and math. Why... because I have a heart they don't. You three benefit from closing your eyes, ears, and minds, to the thieves you defend. You all want to work all day for nickles on the dollar....you sound like you existed in 1905...you know before work regulations and pay regulations...that republicans like Teddy Roosevelt supported as he split from his exploitative republican party and ran as a bull moose candidate... oh that's right...you don't know history....you watch faux instead....you know everything from your armchair quarterback position sitting next to archie bunker.....

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kernal 2 years, 6 months ago

The devil with the big bankers. They're so danged stupid, ignorant and selfish the market doesn't have a chance of fixing itself. They are beginning to repeat the problems of one hundred years ago and will cause even more problems if they don't sober up tomorrow. Ditto with many of the politicians the voters have sent to Washington.

We cannot rollover and play dead. I'll grant you naysayers that most of those young protestors went in there (Wall Street) fairly ignorant about more than the basics of economics and banking, but I'd bet money they're learning more day by day and many of them will continue to do so, unlike some commentors across the country. But, unlike most of us, they're not keeping quiet. They're reminding us this is their future and they are not going to stand calmly by and let the mega corporations turn middle class Americans back into a lower income class like the 1800's. Don't underestimate their power because the middle class is joining them.

Grey Panther t-shirt? Are you kidding me.

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Keith 2 years, 6 months ago

Listen to the dinosaurs roar. The comet has hit and you're the next eons oil. Too late and too old to change, all they can do is impotently rage while the world changes around them.

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Mike Ford 2 years, 6 months ago

why...your gop dimwits duck blame all the time.....I'm going to call one in Illinois tomorrow and let him have it....governments and people have to work together... otherwise we have your form of pta government with no intellectual ideas and a bunch of i got mine screw you people....if you have all these churchlicans in your fold tell me where selfishness is considered christian????

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yourworstnightmare 2 years, 6 months ago

While I am disappointed in the diffuse and incoherent nature of this protest, it is clear that there is some real anger out there.

People are tired of seeing their own prospects decline while the fortunes of those on Wall Street and in corporate board rooms continue to increase.

People are tired of being played the fool by criminals who are able to make their crimes legal.

People are tired that Bush and then Obama bailed out banks and corporations, and that these corporations are allowed to continue business as usual.

People are tired of a disastrous tax code that removes responsibility of corporations and wealthy individuals to pay their fair and just share.

People are tired of a tax system that has allowed corporations to amass record sums of cash while at the same time killing the purchasing power of the middle class, abolishing any hope of new job creation by said corporations.

Tea, anyone?

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Mike Ford 2 years, 6 months ago

for the rushs, maths, and other dimwits, I hope you're as happy paying alliegience to the people who jerk you over. You may not be wealthy but you have no problem siding with the economic powers that screw you over in the first place. I had some ancestors who were southerners 160 years ago who had no problem siding with the plantation slave owners even though they couldn't afford to own people themselves. Like you three, they buried their heads in the sand and agreed with their oppressors because they were too distracted to care. In this day and age there are auto workers in the southeast who make maybe half of union workers and live in an updated plantation system that now throws people in the south into an exploitational economic trap where the republican governors like Haley Barbour and Bob Riley exploit the whole spectrum of races for cheap labor down there. I used to drive past the Nissan plant in Canton, Mississippi on I-55 and see this before I disowned my late mother's family. This country is full of Archie Bunkers that don't want to be distracted with facts. Get your dumb on.....

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pizzapete 2 years, 6 months ago

I kinda miss having a president we could always rely on to smile and say someting stupid while the stock market crashed, millions lost jobs, our militiary was being outsourced to Haliburton, and the oil and coal industries were allowed to further pollute our environment.

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Bob Forer 2 years, 6 months ago

Congratulations to the folks who took time on a beautiful Saturday afternoon to exercise their constitutional rights and to stand up for social justice. i wish I had been there. I have a feeling the "Occupy" movement may take off. People are sick and tired of the greed of the multimillionaires along with Washington's complicity.

The people who are ridiculing the demonstration would have probably ridiculed the civil rights movement in its infancy. All movements have to start someplace. Folks though my father was crazy when he went to Georgia shortly after WWII to register black voters. He was almost lynched.

Any movement for social change has to start someplace. The time is ripe. Don't be discouraged by the naysayers and critics who spend their time watching TV and worrying about their retirement.

There is redemption in a just struggle!!!

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gl0ck0wn3r 2 years, 6 months ago

Lori Robinson? Seriously? Lolz

If you want a class war, bring it, proles.

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Timothy Eugene 2 years, 6 months ago

A town of 100,000 (w/ KU and Haskell in session) and the best they can do is 100 people? .001% of the population? ROFLMAO

Go smoke your dope, cash your welfare check (taxpayer money), and vote for Obama again. You'll get the same results.

Wake up liberal Lawrence. I read a saying somewhere that went something like this: "If you always do what you've always done, you'll always get what you've always got."

Speaks volumes for Lawrence.

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geekin_topekan 2 years, 6 months ago

"We're here! We're Queer! We take it in the r..." Oh wait, wrong corner.

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lunacydetector 2 years, 6 months ago

isn't this protest a few years late? obamabots calling for obama to be our first totalitarian leader....how nice. can't wait for the civil war to break out, fighting over what? a soros funded protest that is supposed to look grass roots. i thought democrats were supposed to be 'smarter' than the rest of us.

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UFC_FAN 2 years, 6 months ago

HAHAHA, what a bunch of hippies. Wonder if there was a Honk 4 Hemp sign there too.

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tbaker 2 years, 6 months ago

Perhaps these protestors should ask themselves how Dubai went from an empty piece of trackless desert to the 16th most powerful financial center in world in just eight years. I'll give them a hint: It had nothing to do with oil. It had everything to do with government, most particularly the lack of it. Government beyond the bare essentials makes and keeps people poor. What these poor saps don't realize is what they think they need and are asking for will actually cause more of what they are protesting against.

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del888 2 years, 6 months ago

I have to wonder how many of these protesters actually have money in Wall Street (or in the banking system for that matter). If they have no interest then they shouldn't be protesting against them. I also wonder how many of these New Yorkers actually have a job and are contributing to society. I don't think I can get 3 weeks off work to go protest, so I'm just going to go back to work like I do every day!

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ksrush 2 years, 6 months ago

The Granolaville comedy show keeps delivering - Hysterical !

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 6 months ago

Has everyone written a thank-you note to Durbin for the new bank charges?

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snitty 2 years, 6 months ago

The Occupation movement is the only thing out there that addresses the real problems of creeping corporate fascism and grotesque economic inequality that politicians in both parties are incapable of dealing with because of the role of money in the election process. You can disparage the messengers all you want but this is a movement with legs, unlike the astroturf tea party.

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jman785 2 years, 6 months ago

I see westboro baptist is diversifying.

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its_just_math 2 years, 6 months ago

Enjoying (and not suprised by) the praise and support these loons are recieving on a national level, in comparison to how the Tea Party was portrayed. And likewise, Scott Wilson and Madison WI was excoriated by the media during that debacle early on in the year, with the thuggish union vandals almost being portrayed as heroes, but when the special elections went to the WI GOP several weeks ago, the crooked lib media's silence was deafening. Oh well, Obama will be but a bad memory here in a little over a year. Class warfare will not cut it, sorry.

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Flap Doodle 2 years, 6 months ago

Did any of the scamps take a dump on the sidewalk to emulate their heroes in NYC?

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classclown 2 years, 6 months ago

fastwalker (anonymous) says…

Go on and get all the, like, koombaiyah-ing, like, out of your system, folks. i would not have predicted the possibility of a movement more stupid than the tea party, but it's arrived.

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Not sure if it's more stupid or not, but Joe Biden likens Occupy Wall Street to the Tea Party. This of course is a month or so after he likened (he sure does a lot of likening) the Tea Party to terrorists. So he must think of the Occupy Wall Street people as a bunch of terrorists as well.

I wonder if any of the people out there on Mass will ever be allowed to fly again.

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Rara_Avis 2 years, 6 months ago

"The Occupy Wall Street populist protest movement that has sprung up across the nation made its way to Lawrence"

To protest.......the Lawrence US Bank Building? First Management? Cap Fed? Amarr? People with jobs? How about Occupy Abilene, or Salina maybe? Like the Teabag Party, this is just an annoying distraction. The Tattoo Sleeved Bone in Nose Pink Hair Party. I'm unemployed, too. The employment situation in this town is pathetic, no more promising than when I came back here in '96. That needs to be addressed. Deregulating banks was one of the dumbest moves ever. Sure BOA, here's my money, do whatever you want with it since it's FDIC insured. A lot of people played a role in it, and ultimately it was Clinton AND the Republican Congress who deregulated banks and Wall Street in 1999. So who's to blame? Nobody. Everybody. Go home.

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fastwalker 2 years, 6 months ago

"After nothing sprung up after a couple of days..."

What a brilliant composition, Andy...

Go on and get all the, like, koombaiyah-ing, like, out of your system, folks. i would not have predicted the possibility of a movement more stupid than the tea party, but it's arrived.

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