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ARE YOU KIDDING

YOU ARE ALL FREAKING HYPOCRITS!

The computers you blog from, and the smart phones you tweet with were all created and sold by the very same Fortune 500 companies you claim to hate. Your point about hating the uber-wealthy corporation is lost when it finishes with a small “Sent from my iPhone” sign off.

The streets that you march down, the bridges that you occupy, and the public parks that you have now destroyed are all paid for in part by the 1% you protest.

You argue against corporations as though they were machines, forgetting that it is nothing more than a group of individuals acting collectively. There are about 100 million Americans, part of the 99%, that work for corporations, and I doubt that you argue for the removal of each of their individual rights. Do you want to be able to sue Exxon-Mobil or Bank of America? What about Phillip Morris Tobacco for giving your cancer? Or even McDonald’s for making coffee too hot? Their existence as corporations allows you to do this.

We bailed out the banks because that is what we had to do. The last time major financial institutions were allowed to fail was called the Great Depression, and it took sweeping government intervention and a world war to get the country back on its feet.

Did you know that 60% of the 99% did not vote in 2010? What does that say about the supporters of occupations? You can demand a list of grievances, but when it comes time to vote for or against an issue, you can’t use your power as a citizen?

CHRIS-1 YOU-0 ... QUIT LIFE YOU WASTE OF TIME POS

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