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The bold leader of the Revolution!

Posted by Dana Pico on 2011/11/15


From Breitbart.tv: a fleabagger drops trou and takes a dump on the public street.

Note: he didn’t wipe his butt, and there’s no indication he washed his hands.

Boldly leading the Revolution!

10 Responses to “The bold leader of the Revolution!”

  1. AOTC said

    at best this bolsters the argument that these people are ‘squatters’…

    hey, question here….

    i have to consult with city building officials to install my own hot water heater, to replace ceiling junction boxes, do ANY electrical upgrades, construct or deconstruct any building structure on my property…

    yet, these a**hats can flounder around on private and public land in squalid unsafe conditions in makeshift ‘homes’, and make conditions for other citizens unsafe all while staying for free. oh, and get funding for it.

    something is going to give. the people who technically support the lazy masses are going to stop doing so. then watch how violent and vicious the lazy get.

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  2. Yorkshire said

    What he really left behind (so to speak) he didn’t notice.

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  3. Yorkshire said

    I bet his parents are just proud of his ass hanging over the curb.

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  4. cbmc said

    Remember a couple summers back when Republicans loved dissent & were really into the right to assemble? Ah, memories!

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  5. Dana Pico said

    cbmc, did anyone say that the fleabaggers didn’t have a right to assemble and petition the government for a redress of grievances? Nope, we never said that at all. What we are doing is mocking the fleabaggers for their behavior. I’m fairly sure that if y’all had caught a TEA Partier taking a dump on the public sidewalk, you’d have mocked him endlessly.

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  6. Yorkshire said

    OWS owns him now. I heard the Feds want to Charge this OWS’r that shot at the White House with attempted assination of the President. Way to go Lefties!

    Occupy San Diego Holds Moment of Silence For White House Shooter

    More infiltrators!
    by John Hayward
    11/17/2011

    Hey, remember that random nut who “blended” into the Occupy DC protest, in order to line up a shot at the White House windows with his AK-47? His name is Oscar Ramiro Ortega. As with the other 250+ crimes committed at Occupy camps, his actions were “isolated” and say absolutely nothing about the noble movement he “infiltrated.”

    Except that Occupy San Diego held a moment of silence in “solidarity” with Ortega yesterday. You will hear no objections raised to the idea in the video below. You will hear a bonus “Occupy the police department!” shout at the end.

    More Here:

    http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=47593

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  7. AOTC said

    they make the outrageous claim to represent the 99%

    the other day one of them accused me of being the 1%, then, when frustrated with the argument he had a new declaration,( by decree evidently), he decided that anyone who supports the 1% is part of the 1%

    its cute how they believe they can defy math. but then again, they can change any law, natural or man made, to suit themselves.

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  8. Dana Pico said

    Must be new math! 🙂

    As a newly designated member of the 1%, do you feel richer?

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  9. DNW said

    AOTC said
    2011/11/17 at 21:12 e

    they make the outrageous claim to represent the 99%

    the other day one of them accused me of being the 1%, then, when frustrated with the argument he had a new declaration,( by decree evidently), he decided that anyone who supports the 1% is part of the 1%

    its cute how they believe they can defy math. but then again, they can change any law, natural or man made, to suit ”
    themselves.”

    Actually, that’s “perfect” and traditional Marxist logic. I recall trying to clarify with an active Marxist what they meant when they used the term “worker” and claimed that the workers were exploited by the theft of surplus value. Instead of answering he kept trying to engage in a dialectic, and I kept repeating the question; trying to get to their notion of “work”. Was it related to the definition used in HS physics? Were all those who moved mass and shaped things workers?

    Eventually he acknowledged that “worker” as he used it was an ideologically constructed term which referred those who labored producing commodities while using tools and materials that were the legal property of others … and all those who depended on such persons, or identified with their interests as a social class.

    So …. machine shop owners, independent carpenters and construction subcontractors, anyone like that, is not a worker merely because they do work, shape the material world and produce material and economic value. You have to be a hireling. And not own your own tools. Nor probably want to have that responsibility. Then you are worthy of being considered a “worker”.

    “Hey, I made myself available. The rest is your job. And your job is to provide me with a suitably remunerative, and emotionally satisfying time occupying activity. So where’s my job, and where’s my reward?”

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  10. DNW said

    cbmc said
    2011/11/17 at 11:56 e

    “Remember a couple summers back when Republicans loved dissent & were really into the right to assemble? Ah, memories!”

    Dana easily pegged your lame attempt at deflection. If you really thought there was a substantive parallel you would have made the case, rather than merely posting a facetious sigh.

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