Posted in Economics, Social Movements, Socialism/Communism, Socialist Opinion Shapers Occupy Wall St Ad: I want Socialism October 17, 2011 4 Comments NoisyRoom Hat Tip: BB Read more at The Right Scoop… Share: Author: Admin Related Articles NZ Marxist on Middle East Revolutions – “This Movement is Now Spreading to the Main Cities of Europe” Black Conservatives Praise the NRA, 2nd Amendment China, Iran Cosy Up Obama and His Media Loyalists Still Spinning Benghazi Financial Scandals Follow Socialist Millionaire Sanders Kudos to CNN for Fact Checking the Democrats The Council Has Spoken!! This Week’s Watchers Council Results 11/11/11 “Death to America” – “Wild Bill” on Foreign Aid
4 thoughts on “Occupy Wall St Ad: I want Socialism”
Hey Hard Hat Guy.. if you think you don’t have democracy, then take the 99% and yourself on a trip to Cuba, or Iran.
Then come back and apologize to those of us who think you’ve lost your marbles.
Gimme gimme gimme! I am so sick of listening to gimme gimme gimme.
STFU and start working your arse off like those of us who don’t have much but are happy, and we don’t say, GIMME GIMME GIMME!
Can you hear me screaming?!?! Aaaaarrrrgggghhhh!
Walk them all on the plank and make them fish food!
Hey guy that never worked a day in his life, that hard hat guy was a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. One of the oldest unions in the country. It was founded in 1891. Why don’t you take your scab ass back to the 80 hour work week, 16 hour work day, no weekends, no holidays, no benefits, out of the country where your children can by your side. America is beautiful because the working class made it beautiful, but you Scabs don’t appreciate your own class! The US Military is the oldest socialist institution in the country and it works better than it ever has!
Don’t worry kids, the folks (DSA) who brought us the housing bubble are the ones who have written the Wall Street “reforms” (wink, wink!) It is all good. You will love living in a small apartment with seven strangers. And there will be a one-to-one correspondence between government employee and citizen.