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Wednesday, February 01, 2012

Ah, Yes, The 99%

Two points to consider:

1) It's this bunch that the national Democratic Party wants to align itself with.

2) What does a retired college professor make, by the way?

From "Oakland police, Occupy protesters clash - 100 held":
Speakers at the rally exhorted the crowd to fight economic inequality. The first speaker, Roxanne Dunbar Ortiz, took perhaps the most pointed stance, urging the crowd to fight the rich.

"Passionate, organized hatred is the element missing in all that we do to try to change the world," said Ortiz, a retired professor from Cal State East Bay. "Now is the time to spread hate, hatred for the rich."
I'm going to take a wild guess and say this retired professor is herself rich. Which makes her either senile or a badass instigator wannabe. Or maybe she's just spending all her free time playing Gears of War and she's let her savage battles against the alien menace go to her muddled head.

Bigger picture though, these are the lowlifes that the Democratic Party leadership in this country wants to align itself with.

May they do so in spades.

"Now is the time to spread hate ..."

Remember that next time they accuse the Tea Party of being made up of really mean people.