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    Yeah. Pretty much... :biggrin:


    Fri Feb 17, 2012, 11:10 AM
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    Am I the only one who thinks the right-wing revived the culture wars to suck the oxygen from Occupy?

    Think about it.

    Occupy has the nightmare message for the right-wing and their billionaire subhuman psychopath backers.

    "We are the 99%". "We're being fucked by the rich!" Income inequality is at an all-time high, and the middle class is dying.

    And it's working. The message is out there. "We are the 99%" has become part of the dialog, and people are demanding something to help those of us who are struggling.

    The billionaire subhuman scumfucks will do absolutely anything to distract people from class war issues, and their weapon of choice right now is culture war issues.

    God, guns and gays. Birth control. They brought Santorum's pet billionaire subhuman Friess on to talk about asprin, so we're arguing about fucking, not about how we're being fucked.

    And we have to respond - it's a direct attack on basic civil rights and decency.

    But we have to be conscious of the resources that are being diverted away from what Occupy was formed to talk about, the issue that the rich subhuman psychopaths desperately want to go away - the idea that they be asked to part with some of the money they swindled from everyone else, so humanity as a whole can get a leg up.

    Am I the only one thinking this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SarasotaRepub View Post
    No, the NY Times editorial staff probably agrees, and I'm sure that Obama's campaign will try to make the same point. Not that this makes it true, but the DUmmy asked.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Odysseus View Post
    No, the NY Times editorial staff probably agrees, and I'm sure that Obama's campaign will try to make the same point. Not that this makes it true, but the DUmmy asked.
    I am fairly certain that the opening salvo to restart the culture wars was fired by the Obama administration.

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    According to Backscatter, the Rich are subhuman psychopaths who stole money from everyone else ( I guess the guy screaming at little kids was totally rational). So any, or all actions they take are justified.

    Sounds like all Backscatter wants is to move us back almost a hundred years and have the October Revolution; while pretending the bad things that Socialism brought us in the last century didn't happen. I can also guess that guys like Backscatter see themselves as the ones in charge. None of these goofs ever see themselves working at a tractor factor, or as a field hand at a turnip farm.

    And as for you guys fighting for Civil Rights.

    I have yet to see them fight for something that was in the Bill Of Rights, and not fight for something that wasn't in there.

    The whole thing comes down to this; Moonbats want to run everyone else's lives, while we tell them that our lives belong to us and not a bunch of assholes who can't even run their own lives.
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    Fri Feb 17, 2012, 11:10 AM
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    Am I the only one who thinks the right-wing revived the culture wars to suck the oxygen from Occupy?

    Think about it.
    No, you and the rest of your liberal friends dutifully propagate that lie. Your masters are thankful.

    Occupy has nothing to say to the left-wing and their billionaire subhuman psychopath backers.

    "We are the 99%". "We're being f***** by the rich!" Income inequality is at an all-time high, and the middle class is dying.

    And it's working. The message is out there.
    We only hate the Right-Wing billionaires. You who are equally stupid we love and would never dare to criticize. We are the 99% hypocrites, our message is clear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AmPat View Post
    We only hate the Right-Wing billionaires. You who are equally stupid we love and would never dare to criticize. We are the 99% hypocrites, our message is clear.
    ironically, as Rush has pointed out, "left-wing" billionaires are only such to court public opinion, how many people honestly think Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are/were really liberal in their business practices? They aren't/weren't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fettpett View Post
    ironically, as Rush has pointed out, "left-wing" billionaires are only such to court public opinion, how many people honestly think Bill Gates and Steve Jobs are/were really liberal in their business practices? They aren't/weren't.
    You just don't BELIEVE! You ig-nert right-wing, nutjob, knuckle-draggers just don't get it. Al Gore truly WANTS to drive an electric car, King George Soros desires to live in abject poverty, Pharaoh O Blah Blah secretly wishes to live like his virtuous African brother. They are forced by this mean society to live in excess. They have no choice but one day they will submit to the message voluntarily. They will give up their excess wealth and burn down those mansions. Grass huts are surely in their futures, unlike those EVIL, rich fatcat, Rethuglicans.

    See? There is a huge difference and that is why it isn't hypocrisy!!!
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