Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Some Stuff to read...Envy of the rich is the last popularly accepted prejudice in America. - Jessie Jackson... Dickhead! - Obama-Endorsed #OccupyWallStreet: Protester Claims ‘I Wouldn’t Give A F*ck If 9/11 Happened 911 More Times’ - Meet the Radical Group Handling ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Finances

Herman Cain now ties Mitt Romney as the leader for the GOP presidential nomination.

Envy of the rich is the last popularly accepted prejudice in America.

Obama may be planning to use his executive authority to publicize special funding requests that lawmakers make for pet projects.

Mitt Romney could be the Hillary Clinton of 2012.

John Boehner wants to know, "How much more do you want [the rich] to pay?"

The CEO of McDonalds says that America must cut taxes and reduce government spending in order to kick-start an economic recovery.  But what does he know about job creation?  He only employs more than 500,000 people in the United States.

Who is suffering the worst in our stagnant economy?

The typical U.S. household headed by a person age 65 or older has a net worth 47 times greater than a household headed by someone under 35.

As Barry’s Children chant about corporate greed, they manage to push an elderly woman down the stairs as she exited a “Tribute to Ronald Reagan” dinner.

Obama Brats in Oakland have cost the city as much as15 years in economic development because nobody wants to eat around or set up businesses near the lice-infested protesters.

Michelle Malkin has another round-up of Occupiers gone wild.

Witness: Cain accuser hugged him during Tea Party meeting a month ago 

Smiling SKANK makes the rounds on morning TV, says she has 'nothing to gain'... 



Jesse Jackson Slanders Memory of Martin Luther King With Comparison to OWS - YID With Lid
Over the weekend this shell of a leader went help the Occupy Atlanta protest and explained his presence by slandering his friend and mentor,   (and the man whose dying blood he smeared all over his sweater) the late Reverend Martin Luther King Jr.
About 60 people gathered around Jackson as he told them their movement was an extension of the last movement organized by the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., the Poor People’s Movement.
“It’s not the size of the crowd, it’s the substance of the discussion,” that is important, he told them.
In an interview, Jackson said the protesters were voicing dissatisfaction with banks, with government policies that favor the rich, with Washington gridlock and lack of action to help average Americans.
“This is the cup running over,” he said. “People can’t take it anymore.”
 A extension of  Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.,???

Obama-Endorsed #OccupyWallStreet: Protester Claims ‘I Wouldn’t Give A Fuck If 9/11 Happened 911 More Times - Via Atlas Shrugs

"No wonder supremacist groups like Hamas-tied CAIR enthusiastically endorse the Occupy movement."


Meet the Radical Group Handling ‘Occupy Wall Street’ Finances - Scribe Bluey Reports
Shortly after the Occupy Wall Street protests gained national attention, donations from supporters began pouring in. Lacking the infrastructure to manage the hundreds of thousands of dollars reportedly donated, the protest group enlisted the services of a non-profit organization called the Alliance for Global Justice.
The group takes a 7 percent commission of all donations it manages. According to its secretary, the Alliance for Global Justice is processing hundreds of times as many donations as it did prior to partnering with the Occupy protesters.

The AFGJ provides “grassroots” support for organizations that pursue “a socially, ecologically and economically just world,” according to its website. Among its initiatives are efforts to encourage American soldiers to desert and an anti-George Bush organization founded by members of the Revolutionary Communist Party.

The organization’s president, Katherine Hoyt, leads the Alliance’s Nicaragua Network program, which supports the country’s Marxist Sandinista political party – and was founded for the explicit purpose of overthrowing the country’s government. Hoyt previously worked for the Sandinista government, and has written numerous scholarly works lauding the group. The Sandinistas ruled from 1979 to 1990. Their leader, Daniel Ortega, was elected again in 2006.

The Nicaragua Network is one of the Alliance’s four “core” projects, but it also funds a variety of extreme leftist organizations and efforts. Courage to Resist, for instance, encourages American soldiers to “resist illegal war” through tactics that include “going AWOL” and “publicly refusing to fight.”

Another Alliance-backed project, The World Can’t Wait, was founded by members of the Revolutionary Communist Party to oppose the Bush administration. With Bush’s successor in office, its mission statement has shifted to “stop[ping] the fascist direction initiated by the Bush Regime.”

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