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  1. #1 Occupy San Diego Has A Moment of Solidarity for the White House Shooter…Wait, What? 
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    I understand a moment of silence for the White House, but why would you offer a moment of solidarity, i.e. unity, with the shooter?

    And for the record, it appears the shooter was a slightly deranged nut. He may or may not have visited Occupy DC, but he doesn’t seem to have been acting out of any kind of, er, solidarity with them.
    Video here
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    The shooter is mexican. The moment of solidarity occurred in San Diego, California.

    That should make it pretty clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsycatlover View Post
    The shooter is mexican. The moment of solidarity occurred in San Diego, California.

    That should make it pretty clear.
    La Raza first and all.
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    In California ya just can't go wrong supporting a mexican thug.
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    The Occupy business is just the gift that keeps on giving.

    I'm with George Will: long live the Occupy movement!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsycatlover View Post
    The shooter is mexican. The moment of solidarity occurred in San Diego, California.

    That should make it pretty clear.


    Praying for him is one thing-it's a Christian duty and all. Solidarity means identifying with him. That's just plain wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noonwitch View Post
    Praying for him is one thing-it's a Christian duty and all. Solidarity means identifying with him. That's just plain wrong.
    As I said, this is prime margaritaville. San Diego is a beating heart of it.
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