The revolution will not be televised if we can help it

KTVU is a FOX affiliate so you know FOX paid those people to do that.

Who was it that said “There’s no such thing as bad publicity?”

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32 Responses to The revolution will not be televised if we can help it

  1. crawdad says:

    The best part is they’re probably proud of themselves.

    Rebels without a clue.

  2. Mary says:

    Excuse me? Aren’t they in a public space?

    They can’t BAN anyone. Dingbats.

  3. HELENK says:

    How will the different factions be able to use them if they are not getting and publicity?
    Damn you mean
    The American Nazi Party
    The American Communist Party
    The Democratic Party
    will not get free publicity then why back them?

  4. DeniseVB says:

    IMHO, OWS crossed the stupid. Now will our lefty bloggy friends buy the clue?

    • Mary says:

      Probably not. They’ve found a new unicorn.

      Anything that detracts from that delusion is Fox News ratfucker plot. 🙂

  5. catarina says:

    They sure seem like clueless kids playing a game.

    What do the “fight the power” signs mean, exactly?

    Still waiting for clarification.

  6. catarina says:


    OCTOBER 19–A well-known “Occupy Wall Street” protester who was arrested last Friday for kneeling down in prayer and blocking traffic in lower Manhattan is wanted in Indiana for failing to appear in court in connection with criminal charges filed after cops found him naked, intoxicated, and covered in olive oil in a public park.

    must be one of those fox people?

  7. HELENK says:

    oh oh here comes the bus

    backtrack says those in charge of fast and furious will be held responsible

  8. WMCB says:

    OT and ROTFL!

    Cain in the middle of rousing speech in NV, and his phone kept going off in his pocket. He shuts it off and yells backstage: “Tell Obama I’M BUSY!!!!”

    LMAO! I have to say, a candidate with an actual sense of humor is refreshing.

  9. HELENK says:

    In honor of
    the Star Spangled Banner was sung for the first time on this day in 1814

  10. Three Wickets says:

    This guy wins the day in my book. 🙂

  11. Dario says:


    The Daily Caller

    Obama campaign asks artists to ‘work for free’ on jobs posters, sparks outrage
    President Barack Obama’s re-election campaign is asking artists to design promotional posters that convey a message: “support American jobs.” The brutal irony for artists, however, is that they will receive no payment for their work.
    The campaign, which has $61 million on hand, will reward only the three artists whose work is selected for use. The compensation? A copy of their artwork, signed by the president.
    The Graphic Artists Guild isn’t pleased with the ask. On Saturday, the guild issued an open letter to the campaign voicing outrage over what it called a “shameful” competition.
    “American artists should be outraged that our President does not recognize that we are entitled to be paid for our work, as are all Americans,” the guild wrote.
    The Obama campaign’s request for submissions says that it “is seeking poster submissions from artists across the country illustrating why we support President Obama’s plan to create jobs now, and why we’ll re-elect him to continue fighting for jobs for the next four years.”

    According to the guild, the award for the selected artists has no actual value, unless the recipient sells it.  The campaign estimates the signed artwork’s value would be approximately $195. The guild’s pricing guidelines suggest that the proper compensation for such artwork is approximately $4,000.
    The description of the contest makes clear that selected posters will be sold, “with proceeds benefiting the campaign.”
    “To add insult to injury,” the guild’s letter said, “the contest rules state that all artists who submit work to the contest grant the Obama For America campaign an unrestricted unpaid irrevocable license to use ALL of the submissions, not just the winning entry.”  Each contestant can enter five designs.
    Furthermore, the guild pointed out that “there’s no promise to even give the artist credit when her/his work is used.”


  12. The press: part of the 1% according to Occupy Oakland. WTF? Franklin must be rolling over in his grave.

  13. westcoaster says:

    Black is Back Coalition says “I told you so” about Obama:

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