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From: soooright (98.68.191.228)
Subject:         Ready for a dose of truth?
Date: October 19, 2011 at 4:53 pm PST

Me too! It's another great column by Ann:

The worst thing about Occupy Wall Street is that it's
ruining a good cause: hating Wall Street. Just when opposing
Wall Street was gaining momentum, these brain-dead zombies
are forcing us to choose between thieving bankers and them.

If the Flea Party were really concerned about the greedy
"Wall Street 1 Percent," shifting money around to make
themselves richer and everyone else poorer, their No. 1
target should be George Soros.

Of course, we don't know exactly how much money Soros has,
since he keeps all his money in offshore bank accounts.

We do know that Soros has been convicted of insider trading.
And we know that his general modus operandi is to run around
the world panicking sovereign nations, so he can pocket the
difference when their currencies collapse.

But the Occupy Wall Street protesters love Soros! It's Fox
News they hate.

Last week, the great minds of the OWS movement, bored with
playing bocce ball and getting stoned, decided to protest at
the homes of Wall Street's robber barons. They then
proceeded to walk right past George Soros' apartment
building in order to protest at the homes of Rupert Murdoch
and David Koch.

THEY'RE NOT WALL STREET!

You may not like Koch and Murdoch's products -- fertilizer
and media -- but neither one has anything to do with Wall
Street. Unlike money manipulators such as John Corzine
(Democrat), Robert Rubin (Democrat) and George Soros
(Democrat and Obama's biggest supporter), Koch and Murdoch
make money from corporations that actually produce
something.

They take risks, make things and get menaced by the
government. Wall Street schemers take no risks, produce
nothing and get bailed out by the government.

Even assuming, for purposes of argument, that Koch and
Murdoch are as evil as these morons seems to think, the
protesters call their demonstration "Occupy Wall Street,"
not "Occupy Businesses Whose Products We Disapprove Of."

This would be like protesting the Holocaust by walking past
Adolf Hitler's house and protesting at O.J. Simpson's house.

The Flea Partiers try to win good will by pretending to
protest "Wall Street" -- but they ignore Wall Street's
villains. They claim to speak for 99 percent of Americans,
but their sponsor, George Soros, would be delighted if
America collapsed and the 99 percent were impoverished. All
he cares about is his own power and pocketbook.

Recall that when the markets first opened after 9/11 and
little grandmothers in Iowa were patriotically calling their
local savings banks to find out how to buy a share of stock
so that the American stock market wouldn't crash because of
the terrorist attack, Soros said: Sell, sell, sell!

Now he's helping the cretinous Occupy Wall Street
protesters.

Liberals love mob movements because you can't get mobs to
think, which is perfect for Democratic ideas.

Do the Wall Street protesters even know that Obama got more
money from Wall Street than any other candidate, ever?

These pea-brained protesters either admire or have never
heard of the most egregious of the Wall Street looters and
their co-conspirators: Barack Obama, Bill Clinton, Franklin
Raines, Jamie Gorelick, Jim Johnson, Rahm Emanuel, Chris
Dodd and Barney Frank. Democrats all!

They have no idea that George Soros has a hand-in-glove
relationship with the Democrats, having bought a whole slew
of them, including Obama, Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, Charles
Schumer, Joe Biden, John Kerry, Patrick Leahy, John Corzine,
Barbara Boxer, Mary Landrieu, as well as the Democratic
National Committee.

Hamptons-vacationing, helicopter-flying, Russell Simmons
party-attending New York bankers always give about 80
percent of their political contributions to Democrats.
And the Democrats always return the favor.

In the 1990s, President Bill Clinton repeatedly bailed out
his friends at Goldman Sachs and Citibank under the tutelage
of his Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin -- former chairman of
Goldman Sachs. U.S. taxpayers were fleeced to prop up
nations that were about to default on risky bonds purchased
by Goldman and Citibank, such as Mexico (in 1995), Thailand,
Indonesia and South Korea (in 1997), and Russia (in 1998).

Of course, if the bonds turned a profit, only Goldman and
Citibank would benefit.

This is the Democrats' idea of "capitalism": Rich,
Democratic-donating bankers get to engage in wild risk-
taking; if the bets pay off, they keep all the winnings, but
if the bets lose, they still keep the winnings, and the
taxpayers get stuck with the bill.

Democrats are firm believers in the welfare state for their
own constituents, whether that's a crack addict mother of
five or a Wall Street banker.

Are the protesters aware that the Democrats' 2010 "financial
reform" bill provides for future bailouts of reckless banks?
Goldman Sachs and Citibank strongly supported the bill.

The protesters don't care -- they have no interest in actual
malfeasance by actual Wall Street bankers. They're too busy
denouncing Fox News. (Which did not, incidentally, receive a
taxpayer-funded bailout.)

And these are the intellectuals of the Occupy Wall Street
movement! Never mind the ones who just think stuff should be
free and America is the moral equivalent of al-Qaida. They
either know that they are benefiting Wall Street looters or
are utterly brainless.

Given a choice between Wall Street looters and protesters
defecating in the street, throwing rocks at police and
chanting "F—k the USA," most people will choose Wall Street.

As always, the mob is serving liberalism.

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