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  1. Yeah, me and Miss Johnnie saw you out talking to some suit just about 1. We were on the way to both our doctors.

    So I take it the Suit wasn’t a curious passerby?

  2. By “suit” I mean a lawyer/banker looking chap expensively dressed.

    And the people
    in the houses
    all go to the university
    and they all get put in boxes
    little boxes, all the same,
    There’s a doctor and a lawyer
    and a business executive
    and they’re all made out of ticky tacky
    and they all look just the same.

  3. American Patriot assumes much without evidence in fact. Reminds me of what Mark Twain said about patriotism. “The soul and substance of what customarily ranks as patriotism is moral cowardice — and always has been.” He also referred to patriots as’ the person who can holler the loudest without knowing what he is hollering about.”

  4. He also didn’t uncover his own identity. Which is ok, I respect the fact that he’s afraid us “insignificant hippies” would go out of our way to imprison and torture him the way HIS leaders have us “insignificant hippies” arrested.

    And the cops who would do it have masks over their faces, no display of name or rank. And go out of their way, with uniform clothing and uniform apparance, shave, hair no longer than a crewcut etc… to make themselves as anonymous as they possibly can while they, like AmPat, are hiding their individuality in a heavily armed gang of thugs

    Perhaps Mr foxnation will provide us the identity of the PIG COWARD who has the unarmed and peaceful protestor under his knee in this picture?

    But it’s again with the exceptionalism, when the Soviets did it or (his actual comrades) the SA Brownshirts did it, that was an immoral display of totalitarianism.

    But when the Brave, Noble Amerikanich Ubermenschen do it it’s the unarmed victim who is the “totalitarian thug”.

    But I doubt the American Patriot fellow is any longer capable of thinking through that kind of concepts.
    His gander isn’t nearly as tasty with the goose sauce.

  5. Wow, another corporate clown who is saying what he is programmed to say while given the assumed name of American Patriot.

  6. Hey American Patriot, Is calling someone a Coward the best you can do? I guess you just have to do whatever fox news tells you to do, poor sad sick and pathetic robot.

  7. NY City Transit workers and United and Continental Airlines pilots support Occupy Wall Street. 700 pilots marched on Wall St. yesterday. Maybe they need jobs and a bath.

  8. Cover your flag in brands. If you are a soldier, you did not fight for democracy nor the U.S. You faught for global landfills and malnutrition, such as the faceless rip-off of global Walmart and global Monsanto.

    Yes, Wall Street is a faceless coward. The very phrase “trading securities” is more commonly known as Gambling – excpet with big business the stakes are blood for paper. Read the message if you are literate. We are the 99, not any particular one.

    Occupy seems to be a success despite certain headlines declaring the violence in Rome as “global violence”. I’m not surprised. The Pope has his own V mask.

    As for the U.S., Wall Street never looked more vital. The tickering of numbers overpowered by real people, real needs, and despite the fear of violence, a tangible calling for Hope and transform.

    Reform is out of the question. Not even our best presidents have been able to disclose the tangible. The only thing left to do with the rear view mirror is learn from it – not memorialize it through ignorance.

    Cheers to the real American patriots – the ones that care the future. Taser my allegiance, but I’m here until I die… and not even the ground can stop the voice of We the People.

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