Tuesday, November 29, 2011


Do you find it remotely interesting that the MSM delved deeply into the "lack of Black American" presence at the Tea Party events because that was very important and significant, while an even smaller percentage of black participants at OWS events is not newsworthy?

When the Tea Party "ignores" Black Americans it is called racism.

When OWS ignores Black Americans, it is not racism, it is....well, what the heck is it, anyway?

African American memoirist and abuse survivor, Stacey Patton writes:

"Blacks, who make up roughly 12.6 percent of the population, make up only about 1.6 percent of OWS protesters.

"Many Blacks are turned off by OWS events because OWS protesters did nothing as long as only Blacks experienced high unemployment and economic marginalization. The American left’s deep seated and racist indifference to Black pain, in other words, permeates a protest movement the white left thinks is the most exciting American social movement in decades."

My analysis of the matter is that OWS is made up of so many whiney, lazy, somphomoric, spoiled "hippies" from well-to-do families that true social injustices are of no interest to them and they just want to gather for fun and profit.

You might disagree, and that's alright. This is America and you have a right to be wrong.

These dolts protest the very thing that allows them to protest the very thing they are protesting.

No matter how many degrees any of them have, they are all idiots.

Monday, November 28, 2011


I believe in civil disobedience.

I have taken part in it.

In 1964 I sat at a lunch counter with a group of "occupiers" who were members of a minority seeking to help overcome almost 200 years of their oppression.

As Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. led, I marched with hundreds of those same minority members as they made their way down the streets of St. Augustine.

The protest was peaceful and all the protesters did was to sing songs like, "We Shall Overcome."

These protesters did not try to prevent anyone from carrying on their daily routines nor did they interrupt the normal flow of business.

Anyone who wanted to join them at the "all-white" lunch counter was welcomed, and although only whites were offered lunch service, no fights broke out and the place was kept clean.

At the end of the day, Dr. King had been arrested and subsequently released, the marchers had made their point, and everybody went home for a night's rest.

Spotty protests continued throughout the week, but no violence occurred, at least none that was known by us or reported by the infallible Walter Cronkite.

This was satisfying and effective protest.

Over the years, things DID get better for that minority group and today they have as much opportunity as any American to make it in life.

Examples of some who have are: former Godfather's Pizza CEO and presidential candidate, Herman Cain; Supreme Court justice, Clarence Thomas; Amsale Aberra, president & creative director, Amsale Aberra, Inc.; Robert Andrews, senior vice president, organization HR consultant, Dallas, TX; Nelvia M. Brady, Ph.D., ageless, author and columnist, president and owner of This Mother's Daughter, Inc., Chicago, IL; Jesse B. Brown, president of Krystal Investment Management, a financial advisory firm in Chicago, IL and author of the best selling book, Investing in the Dream-Wealth Building Strategies for African Americans Seeking Financial Freedom; Monique Caradine, radio talk show host, WVON 1450 AM - Chicago, IL; David E. Ellington, NetNoir, Inc., co-founder and former president and CEO,  San Francisco, CA; Debrena Jackson Gandy, author of All the Joy You Can Stand and Sacred Pampering Principles, owner: Masterminds, Seattle, WA.; Indigo D. Johnson, CEO of Careers In Transition, a training and development firm, Decatur, GA.; Terry Preston, detective, Cleveland Police Department, Cleveland, OH. and tens of thousands of others.

What this all illustrates is that progress can be made through peaceful protests, and proper civil disobedience without requiring the protesters to instigate violence, behave uncivilly, and otherwise commit mayhem.

While the Civil Rights protests DID encounter violence in some places, they were not the perpetrators of that violence. 

To be sure, there are greedy CEOs of some large corporations. There are greedy CEOs of small corporations. There are greedy protesters in OWS.

Greed is a vice common to humanity, and OWS is not going to overcome it.

Civil protest, coupled with civil disobedience is one thing.

This OWS crowd is something else altogether.

And it is disobedient without being civil.

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Friday, November 25, 2011

New E-Mails Rock The Global Warming Debate

You agendized liberals talk about lies and how you love to expose them, and how the majority of lies are generated by conservatives, etc., but you keep on perpetrating them yourselves and can't even recognize them as lies.

One of the greatest lies in recent years has been the so-called "man-made" climate change (quietly changed from the prior "global warming" designation when it was found that the globe is not warming).

Here is an excerpt from an article that further exposes the scandal among "scientists" on the subject:

A new batch of 5,000 emails among scientists central to the assertion that humans are causing a global warming crisis were anonymously released to the public...

Three themes are emerging from the newly released emails: (1) prominent scientists central to the global warming debate are taking measures to conceal rather than disseminate underlying data and discussions; (2) these scientists view global warming as a political “cause” rather than a balanced scientific inquiry and (3) many of these scientists frankly admit to each other that much of the science is weak and dependent on deliberate manipulation of facts and data.

Phil Jones, a scientist working with the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)wrote:

“Any work we have done in the past is done on the back of the research grants we get – and has to be well hidden...”

And on and on it goes.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

By the President of the United States of America, a Proclamation.

Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor-- and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving and prayer to be observed by acknowledging with grateful hearts the many signal favors of Almighty God especially by affording them an opportunity peaceably to establish a form of government for their safety and happiness.

Now therefore I do recommend and assign Thursday the 26th day of November next to be devoted by the People of these States to the service of that great and glorious Being, who is the beneficent Author of all the good that was, that is, or that will be-- That we may then all unite in rendering unto him our sincere and humble thanks--for his kind care and protection of the People of this Country previous to their becoming a Nation--for the signal and manifold mercies, and the favorable interpositions of his Providence which we experienced in the course and conclusion of the late war--for the great degree of tranquility, union, and plenty, which we have since enjoyed--for the peaceable and rational manner, in which we have been enabled to establish constitutions of government for our safety and happiness, and particularly the national One now lately instituted--for the civil and religious liberty with which we are blessed; and the means we have of acquiring and diffusing useful knowledge; and in general for all the great and various favors which he hath been pleased to confer upon us.

and also that we may then unite in most humbly offering our prayers and supplications to the great Lord and Ruler of Nations and beseech him to pardon our national and other transgressions-- to enable us all, whether in public or private stations, to perform our several and relative duties properly and punctually--to render our national government a blessing to all the people, by constantly being a Government of wise, just, and constitutional laws, discreetly and faithfully executed and obeyed--to protect and guide all Sovereigns and Nations (especially such as have shewn kindness unto us) and to bless them with good government, peace, and concord--To promote the knowledge and practice of true religion and virtue, and the encrease of science among them and us--and generally to grant unto all Mankind such a degree of temporal prosperity as he alone knows to be best.

Given under my hand at the City of New York the third day of October in the year of our Lord 1789.

Go: Washington

Tuesday, November 22, 2011


I support "first responders," police, fire persons, EMS, etc.

Police, in general, are there to help keep the peace, with some stipulations as to the extent they can go to do so, as determined by federal and state constitutions, laws and ordinances.

But this is too far to go.

The police involved in this incident, and anybody who was involved in ordering them to do this deed, should be summarily fired.


While I totally disagree with most of what OWS stands (or in this case, sits) for, I am totally enraged at how the police handled this incident.

Bad on them.

Very bad.

Monday, November 21, 2011


This was found over at Verum Serum:

 Occupy Fort Collins – Member arrested, $10 million in damage
 Occupy Portland - Member arrested for throwing Molotov Cocktail
 Occupy Seattle – Suspicious fire at Bank of America 2.7 miles from camp
 Occupy Portland – Three men arrested with homemade grenades

 Occupy SF – 12 assaults in 24 hours
 Occupy LA – 4 assaults including two with knives
 Occupy Philly – Man punches woman in the face
 Occupy LA – Two assaults including setting someone on fire
 Occupy Berkeley – Police respond to three assault calls per night
 Occupy Wall Street – Three men threaten the life of a sexual assault victim
 Occupy Lawrence – Punch thrown
 Occupy Orlando – Knife fight sends man to hospital
 Occupy Portland – Multiple assaults within a 24 hr. period
 Occupy Toledo – Man assaults police officer after arrest
 Occupy San Diego – Woman assaults cameraman
 Occupy Victoria – Man dumps urine on city worker
 Occupy Vancouver – Two police officers bitten during near riot
 Occupy Oakland – Death threats
 Occupy Austin – Man in Joker make-up arrested for brandishing knife
 Occupy Oakland – Man sets his dog on reporter
 Occupy Oakland – Man pulls a knife in camp
 Occupy Wall Street – Photographer assaulted

 Occupy Boston – Two drug busts in a week
 Occupy Boston – Another drug arrest
 Occupy Boston – Heroin dealers busted were living with 6 year old boy directly behind welcome tent
 Occupy Portland – First hand account “Drugs. Selling…Heroin. Meth.”
 Occupy Portland – Video of open drug use in the camp
 Occupy Portland – “I get high“

 National Lawyer’s Guild member Ari Douglas pretends to be run over by a police scooter
 Occupy Santa Cruz – Ringworm outbreak
 Occupy Atlanta – TB outbreak
 Occupy Wall Street – Zuccotti lung outbreak
 Occupy New Orleans – Man discovered in tent had been dead 2 days
 Occupy Portland – Body lice outbreak

 Occupy Oakland – Fatal shooting

Public disturbance
 Occupy Dallas – Protesters block bank entrance, 23 arrested
 Occupy Vancouver – Mob with bullhorn enters bank
 Occupy Wall Street – Protesters block bank entrance, four arrested
 Occupier takes a bathroom break in the street
 Occupy Vancouver – Occupiers disrupt debate, threaten riot when asked to leave
 Occupy Long Beach – Group disrupts city council meeting
 Occupy Boston – Three arrested for occupying Burger King
 Occupy Oakland – Yelling and nonsense at Burger King
 Occupy DC – Group storms AFP event, traps attendees inside

Rape/Sexual Assault
 Occupy Philly – Man arrested for alleged rape
 Occupy Wall Street – Two sexual assaults unreported to police
 Occupy Wall Street – Man arrested for sexual assault, suspect in rape
 Occupy Dallas – Sex offender allegedly rapes 14 year old
 Occupy Ottawa – Sexual assaults go unreported to police
 Occupy Lawrence – Sexual assault reported
 Occupy Toronto – Foot sniffer arrested
 Occupy Seattle – Man exposes himself to young girls
 Occupy Portland – Sexual assault
 Occupy Wall Street – Drunk gropes women in Zuccotti Park
 Occupy Cleveland – Rape reported after an overnight stay
 Occupy Glasgow – Possible gang rape
 Occupy Baltimore – Multiple reports of harassment
 Occupy Chicago – Man arrested for child porn
 Occupy LA – Man charged with exposing himself to a child

 Occupy DC – Let’s have a coup by taking over the military
 Ted Rall wants occupiers to choose the path of violence
 Occupy DC – Mike Malloy incites crowd to cheer for President Bush’s execution

 Occupy Burlington – Man kills himself with handgun
 Occupy Salt Lake City – Man found dead with syringe in his tent
 Occupy Vancouver – Young woman dies of cocaine and heroine overdose
 Occupy OKC – Young man with history of drug abuse found dead

 Occupy Portland – Theft is ongoing
 Occupy Boston – Store owner suffers 4 break-ins since camp began

 Occupy Eureka – Protesters use local bank as a toilet
 Occupy Portland – Two banks vandalized, promises of more to come
 Occupy Oakland – Bank windows broken, Whole Foods vandalized, broken windows
 Occupy Boston – Banks vandalized with anarchist, OWS graffiti
 Occupy Portland – Spike in vandalism near camp
 Occupy SF: ATMs being smeared with feces
 Occupy Santa Fe: Banks vandalized with OWS-themed graffiti
 Occupy San Diego – Vendors cart vandalized with bodily fluids
 Occupy graffiti found on PA governor’s mansion

You can find the links documenting each of the events there, too.

Let's see you stupid liberal/progressives make excuses for these incidents (or pretend none of them happened).

Now show us actions by the Tea Party that are comparable in behavior and number.

Oh...and then there's this:

The city of Santa Cruz put together a list of 93 complaints about behavior at Occupy Santa Cruz.
At least one incident on the county list wasn’t noted by the Sheriff’s Office: the discovery of an estimated 200 pounds of human feces near the county Veterans Memorial Building, just across the Water Street bridge from the camp.
The county called in a hazardous materials team to clean up the mess, and installed a security fence around the building, which is closed for renovations. There is no evidence that linked the excrement to the camp.

No evidence?


But there is an extraordinary coincidental proximity:

Now, who would have 200lbs of human feces on hand to dump anywhere? Maybe somebody camping with inadequate bathroom facilities.

The camp at Santa Cruz had enormous sanitary issues.

Uncivilized savages.

What would it take to cause you to lose confidence in the "movement" (pun intended)?

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Friday, November 18, 2011


SPEAKING FROM HAWAII (Re: "...here in Asia...")

Sure am glad he doesn't gaff like Perry and Cain.

But who would notice? Certainly not MSM.

Smooth talker, too.

Thursday, November 17, 2011


Which of these attributes most exemplifies the OWSers?

1. Imagination

2. Ambition

3. Skill

4. Work Ethic

5. Perseverance

Answer: None of them

They are so unimaginative that they can’t even articulate why they are “protesting,” except that they don’t like rich people.

They have no ambition to better themselves, only to tear down others.

They lack the skills needed to contribute to society because they expect society to pay for their development of those skills, and because they don’t want to have to work to get them.

Work ethic…an absolute joke.

Perseverance? Well, they certainly know how to persevere at bumming around.

All in all, they are totally unworthy of respect or attention.

GO HOME and GROW UP you leeches!

You can watch this, from which this post was adapted, if you have brains enough to get it.

Wednesday, November 16, 2011



ANSWER: $0,000,000.00

Monday, November 14, 2011



So...which of the following do you consider appropriate behavior at a protest?

1.  Leaving your space filthy.

2.  Raping somebody.

3.  Destroying property.

4.  Interrupting small business from conducting their business.

5.  Murder.

6.  Disobeying park closing rules.

7.  "Protesting" without appropriate permits.

8.  Theft, from stores and other OWSers.

9.  Fighting with police.

10.  Fighting with each other.

11.  Overturning cars.

12.  Having sex in public.

13.  Expecting "free" food.

14.  Using constant vulgarities.

15.  Walking aroung nude in public.

16.  Cutting a police officer with a weapon.

17.  Urinating in public and/or on private property.

18.  Deficating on the American flag.

19.  Interrupting unrelated conferences.

20.  Being so unclean as to spread STDs and tuberculosis and other diseases.

My guess is that fully half of all liberal/progressives would justify over half of the above as OK, so long as the point is gotten across.

You can find out some of the details HERE and HERE and HERE.

You can also watch this:

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Sunday, November 13, 2011

Friday, November 11, 2011

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Tuesday, November 8, 2011


SoCal Street Cart Vendors Hurting After ‘Occupy’ Group Splatters Blood, Urine

A business owner near the Occupy Wall Street encampment claims she has been repeatedly harassed and threatened with bodily harm by protesters after she and her employees refused to give in to their outlandish demands.

“I’ve been told, ‘Watch your back!’ 10 times,” Stacey Tzortzatos, owner of Panini & Co. Breads, located across from Zuccotti Park, told The Post yesterday.

She and her employees are terrified by the constant threats, which she said began after she demanded the protesters stop using her shop’s restroom as a place to bathe every day.

The final straw came about two weeks ago, when the demonstrators broke a bathroom sink, flooding the shop, and clogged the toilet -- setting her back $3,000 in damages.

See 179 photos of the "civility" of OWSers.

Most of them look a lot like XO, Craig and Ducky, don't they?

Monday, November 7, 2011


"...the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." (First Amendment)