Why are the Republicans enjoying this?

If OWS is Obamanation minus Obama, why are the Republicans loving every minute of it?

OTOH, the Tea Party has been pretty quiet lately.

Think about it.

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19 Responses to Why are the Republicans enjoying this?

  1. myiq2xu says:

    A lot of these protesters simply don’t get it – what they think isn’t what the rest of the country thinks.

    “Everybody I know supports OWS!”

    Great, but you don’t know everybody.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    I remember when Sarah Palin was first nominated Jeralyn and the other Obots were making a big deal over Troopergate.

    Jeralyn said it showed that Sarah was corrupt and abused her power. I said it showed Sarah would defend her family by whatever means she could.

  3. WMCB says:

    I keep seeing laughter and expressions of hope among R’s that the protests continue. They are loving this.

    Anyone who thinks this is making either the Dem Party or the left in general look good is deluded.

    • DandyTiger says:

      How will the punctuate the funny statements made by the GA? Oh the humanity.

    • parentofed says:

      Are the porta pottis due to Bet Midler’s largesse or are they due to the $300k in a bank.

      I’m just curious; how do they file that $300K? Is OWS a non-profit or what? I’ve looked around a little, but no one seems to say much about it except the squatters are bragging about it as validation.

  4. HELENK says:

    did anyone know that in the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment act there is a $10,000 tax credit for hiring ex-cons?
    I did not know this.
    Now a guy running for office in San Francisco want to have ex-cons given priority for jobs and give another tax credit.

    We just did not realise that occupy Oakland was a place to get arrested so you could get a job.

    • votermom says:

      Now it all makes sense!

    • parentofed says:

      I didn’t know it in 2009, but the other day a tv analyst said the new ‘it can’t wait’ bill contains a larger credit for hiring ex-cons.

      I guess some employees didn’t think $10k was a big enough incentive, so Obama is upping the ante.

  5. Lola-at-Large says:

    Good point. One of the things that chaps my hide is when I see people who should know better because they just went through something similar joining a bandwagon streaming 50 red flags. Inductive and deductive reasoning aren’t all that difficult, but they stem from a level of self-awareness. Everybody comes out looking bad here, because they’ve sacrificed their credibility one way or the other.

    OT: Robin Morgan just FB’ed this link, which I thought was interesting: http://occupypatriarchy.org/

  6. HELENK says:

    name this book. read the comments it is worth the time


  7. timothy2010 says:

    Still very disconcerted by the ambiguous nature of the movement as perceived by the public as a whole. Most people get up, get their kids off to school, go to work, come home spend some time with the family, eat, watch the local news and the Alphabets 30 minute encapsulation of the world, watch a little TV( or have swim, dance lessons, basketball, Spanish lessons, girl/boy scouts, football, baseball, violin), put kids to bed, watch another hour of TV or screw if its a good day. Next day is lather rinse and repeat. Spending your lunch hour or commute reading the local paper is going to give you no different perspective than diane sewer puked the night before. It’s all off the wire. So you work hard and wished you didn’t have to then something like OWS arrives on the scene and says others have too much. Phone rings and somebody somewhere without caller ID answers the phone and participates in a poll.
    Q: Do you support OWS blah blah blah claim that rich folks control too much of the wealth.
    Hard working person is going to say yes. Who wouldn’t?
    Little do they know that the murky agenda they are supporting is bought for and paid by organizations that embrace concepts /ideologies that are in stark contrast to their own personal philosophies. ovama and his blank slate 2.0.

  8. foxyladi14 says:

    Obama is a colossal failure.too. 🙂

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