Occupy Wall Street (Hearts) Wall Street


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The worst thing about Occupy Wall Street is that it’s ruining a good cause: hating Wall Street. Just when opposing Wall Street was gaining momentum, these brain-dead zombies are forcing us to choose between thieving bankers and them.

If the Flea Party were really concerned about the greedy “Wall Street 1 Percent,” shifting money around to make themselves richer and everyone else poorer, their No. 1 target should be George Soros.

Of course, we don’t know exactly how much money Soros has, since he keeps all his money in offshore bank accounts.

We do know that Soros has been convicted of insider trading. And we know that his general modus operandi is to run around the world panicking sovereign nations, so he can pocket the difference when their currencies collapse.

But the Occupy Wall Street protesters love Soros! It’s Fox News they hate.

Last week, the great minds of the OWS movement, bored with playing bocce ball and getting stoned, decided to protest at the homes of Wall Street’s robber barons. They then proceeded to walk right past George Soros’ apartment building in order to protest at the homes of Rupert Murdoch and David Koch.

THEY’RE NOT WALL STREET!

You may not like Koch and Murdoch’s products — fertilizer and media — but neither one has anything to do with Wall Street. Unlike money manipulators such as John Corzine (Democrat), Robert Rubin (Democrat) and George Soros (Democrat and Obama’s biggest supporter), Koch and Murdoch make money from corporations that actually produce something.

They take risks, make things and get menaced by the government. Wall Street schemers take no risks, produce nothing and get bailed out by the government.

Even assuming, for purposes of argument, that Koch and Murdoch are as evil as these morons seems to think, the protesters call their demonstration “Occupy Wall Street,” not “Occupy Businesses Whose Products We Disapprove Of.”

This would be like protesting the Holocaust by walking past Adolf Hitler’s house and protesting at O.J. Simpson’s house.

The Flea Partiers try to win good will by pretending to protest “Wall Street” — but they ignore Wall Street’s villains. They claim to speak for 99 percent of Americans, but their sponsor, George Soros, would be delighted if America collapsed and the 99 percent were impoverished. All he cares about is his own power and pocketbook.

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  • Guest

    What is a most appalling about all this is that North Korea today smiled warmly on these idiot protesters. I am observing this from a friendly foreign country, and I certainly wouldn't want to be associated with an "occupying" mob patronised by the hideous North Korean regime. Think about it. North Korea gives its blessing to the so-called 99%. I wonder how hard working, decent Americans feel about that.

    I guess the smug North Korean officials are anticipating that these tent-living clowns urinating and noise-making in a public area will bring America down to their pathetic level, one way or another.

    Writers and publishers everywhere should understand that North Korea, allying itself with these stupid protesters, is sending a message of support that normal people would regard as abhorrent.

    • Herman Caintonette

      The Republican Party embraced David Duke. OWS can't be held responsible for those who would use it for their own purposes.

      • David Arcand

        Au contraire, David Duke embraced the Republican Party and was unwelcome.

  • Coultergeist

    Ann Coulter…you're mental

    • davarino

      And your a friggen genius with the name thing there. Well played sir, you have disarmed her with your mind rays.

      • Herman Caintonette

        If Coulter doesn't scare off people with her gaunt countenance–I remember when she was actually pretty, once upon a long time ago–she scares with her insanity. Coultergeist is an appropriate description, particularly in October.

        • Western Canadian

          And what term would be suitable for your inane shrieks of hatred?

  • Matt Stueck

    God where do you start! Well let’s start with God and how Ann sees the Anonymous movement and these protestors as demonic! Funny because no one scares me more than Ann Coulter when she comes on TV with her Malfoy like confidence oh the fix is in look in her eyes as she rides the addled disease greed ridden Republican poney to the free market one more time!

    I give her credit for calling out Anonymous because at least we can look forward to finding out that she is a lesbian hating Republican or that for the rest of her life her poorly written and redundant diatribes can be published before she has chance to make a profit from the pure $&@! that pours from her mouth!

    So antiquated are her arguments that she must somehow lump all protestors in with Soros and the Democrats!  At what point will she have to change her game and find other references to this group as being far worse than liberals or democrats as she ends up in a cyber battle with true anarchists? I think in some way it will be ironic that someone who seems to be so holy and beholden to God and yet speaks with a split tongue of the devil will be taken down by a group she truly underestimates the cyber Gods! 

    • WildJew

      I am not a fan of Coulter's. Why don't you address her central point? Why are they angry at Fox News and not at Obama, Soros, Frank, Dodd, etc.? Why aren't they protesting the White House?

      • Herman Caintonette

        OWS sees the problem of plutonomy, and the FAUX Propaganda Network facilitates it.

        As for Obama, he has little power to speak of; in our system, Congress controls the purse-strings and writes the laws. Frank and Dodd aren't the problem; the ratings agencies (which gave trash a AAA rating) and the banks and hedge-fund concerns that fraudulently packaged the trash are. If the bonds for sub-primes had been properly rated, there wouldn't have been a housing bubble. Paulson, Mozilo, and Blankfein represent the culprits quite nicely.

        • WildJew

          Obama is the president. Didn't he bail out Citigroup and the Wall Street bankers? Didn't Obama get more campaign money from Wall Street than any previous politician? What has Obama done to address what you call the problem of the plutonomy? Isn't GE plutocrat Jeffrey Immelt a close political friend of Obama's? Immelt is moving jobs overseas. No? He's getting nice tax breaks, isn't he? Wasn't the housing bubble caused in large measure because Barney Frank pushed for extravagant / excessive home ownership? Why aren't they protesting Obama and Frank? Frank pressured banks to lend to people (to issue subprime mortgages to those) who had no business buying homes because they had bad credit, little income or gave no or small down payments on their homes? Why doesn't the "Buck Stop Here" in your view? Isn't the president responsible in large measure for a good or a bad economy in the public eye?

          • Herman Caintonette

            I'm not carrying a brief for Barry the Wall Street Water-Boy. To compare him to a Spitzer-class courtesan is unfair, as there are some things that ladies of the evening won't do.

            I'm focusing on the core problem: that everyone on Capitol Hill is for sale to the highest bidder, and the only thing left of our Republic is the illusion that it still exists. I don't see a great deal of difference between Obama and his predecessors.

          • WildJew

            For me, Obama is much worse than his predecessors. Admittedly, I am looking at other things, other than his economic policies. His racism / anti-Semitism for instance.

          • Herman Caintonette

            How is he anti-Semitic?

            Remember, a Republican argument can be made for the proposition that Israel has no right to exist, and that we should cut it off financially.

          • WildJew

            I've been watching what this twenty year disciple of Jeremiah Wright has said and done to Israel since his election, November 2008. I would like to see Israel wean herself off U.S. aid. That is a separate issue from Israel's right to exist. I believe Israel can exist without American aid. In some ways Republican leaders behave as though Israel has no right to exist; more so since George W. Bush and his policies. How can an argument be made that Israel has no right to exist from conservative principles? Or is it your view today's Republican party is not a conservative party.

          • Herman Caintonette

            "Israel" is the Kelo decision — the same one Republicans justly excoriated — on a national scale. For the City of New London– er, I mean, the UN– to take land from its owners, who had deeds issued by the City– er, I mean, the Crown, is a shocking violation of their property rights.

          • WildJew

            A better (though flawed) comparison is white European expropriation of native Americans and Mexicans in North America; expropriation from its former owners. It's flawed because unlike Jews' historic connection to land of Israel, white Europeans had no presence or historical connection to the north American continent. Do you think Republicans would argue that the American experiment is illegitimate on a national scale?

          • Herman Caintonette

            I expect Republicans to do what they always do: adopt a double-standard (not that Dems are much better).

            You wanted a Republican argument, and I gave you one. The salient difference between most of the American agreements and Israel is that many First Nations people have intermarried with the Europeans, and they actually received something of value for the land (e.g., the trading of wampum to acquire the island of Manhattan).

    • davarino

      Pure genius, accusing her of being a closet "lesbian hating republican". That totally discredits everything she has to say. And sikking the cyber Gods on her is really going to hit her where it counts, besides she has cooties too.

      • Herman Caintonette

        It is amusing that the only man she is known to have dated is Bill Maher. Could it be that Annie is a tranny? Maher would have gotten off on that….

        • Western Canadian

          Actually, more than Maher, but don’t let a mere fact get in the way of your she-rejected-me-and-now-i-hate-her rant…

          • Herman Caintonette

            I don't have an encyclopedic knowledge of AC's dating habits, but her hooking up with Maher is curious, at best. Not since Carville and Matalin have we had a weirder form of domestic partnership.

    • StephenD

      What's the matter Mat, couldn't get your manuscript published? From all you write (not nearly as eloquent as you may think) I see your hatred for Ms. Coulter but nothing toward her points. Why is that? Are you able to address the issues? Are you so fixated on her that all else pales? It really is quite amusing to witness your mental breakdown over her writings. Sometimes life throws us a bone when we least expect one. Thanks for the fun morning!

    • Rifleman

      I notice the 'gods' don't ever mess with the Russians or Chicoms.

  • crackerjack

    The Germans have a saying : " The closer you get to the den, the louder the wolves will howl". Judgeing by the panik uproar among Coulter, Limbaugh, Beck, O'Reilly , OWS is right on spot.

    • davarino

      Sage wisdom my friend. Do tell us another story.

    • Rifleman

      Wolves howl with laughter?

      • Herman Caintonette

        No, they shriek like the Coultergeist.

        It seems that the books O'Really sends to our troops end up where they belong — in the incinerator.

        • Rifleman

          Did you run out of your ADD meds or something?

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  • Loupdegarre

    George Soros stole the equity in the American Home Owners property by shorting the mortgage bond and going long the Credit Default Swap using Goldman Sachs Abacus Fund which was set up by him and John Paulson who handpicked the CDO’s that would be in the Fund. Between them they made around 23 Billion dollars. It has never been disclosed who the investors in the Paulson and Quantum Hedge Funds were but I would bet that if the records were provided that they would show SEIU, ACORN et al, would be in the mix. These people made billions by stabbing the people they purport to care so much about in the back and crashing the economy. These yahoos out in the street who don’t own squat and didn’t lose a dime are being supported with those same billions in Home Equity that Soros stole from the American People. Also, if these people were so concerned with how Wall Street and the Banks were bailed out, where were they after Rick Santellis’ Rant of 2/19/2009 which started the Tea Party? Why has it taken these little morons almost 3 years to wake up? There is only one way to stop Soros and that is through a Class Action Lawsuit by the people who lost their homes as a direct cause of his actions.

  • Peter

    Soros speculated against the Swedish currency some 20 years ago, which was one of the reasons that Sweden suffered badly. Being a Swede, I was there and it was really terrible with interest rates at some 500 percent for a short while. I consider him to be one of the world's most dangerous persons. He's got too much money so the only thing that can satisfy him now is more power.

  • Herman Caintonette

    AC: "You may not like Koch and Murdoch’s products — fertilizer and media"

    Unintentional and rare honesty from the Coultergeist. Both Fox and the Koch Birch Society distribute fertilizer under the guise of media.

    • Western Canadian

      “Unintentional and rare honesty”??? You have just proven you have no familiarity with her writing…. and have below average reading comprehension skills, rendering your lack of familiarity redundant

      • Herman Caintonette

        I've read and responded to much of her work. She is an unabashed propagandist.

        • Maxie

          You responded to Coulter? Did you choke on your kool ade?

  • BS77

    Read Ann Coulter's latest book, Demonic for an in depth examination of the crucial differences between the French model Revolution….mobs, wanton violence, anarchy, destruction and barbaric cruelty….and the American….a revolution crafted on religious priniciples, dignity of man, lofty intellectual and social ideals.. The OWS crowd are neither the 99% nor the creators and sustainers of AMerican prosperity…they are the ingrates, the fools and wackos of our time.

    • Herman Caintonette

      Coulter makes a lot of her screed up. It is poorly researched, and deliberately ignores the often-compelling evidence to the contrary.

      • Dman

        Please do cite the specific points in this article that are poorly researched. Keep it simple, just this article. You dismiss with the sweeping notion of "poorly researched" and "often-compelling evidence to the contrary" yet you offer nothing to back up these claims.

        You may not agree with the article, that is fine, but nothing in it appears wrong factually. Truth hurts sometimes, and the truth here is that OWS is getting massive media attention and democrat politicians are falling all over themselves to support this movement like lemmings. It will be very interesting to see how the voters respond to this a year from now.

        Quick question: what is the exit strategy for the OWS mob? When is victory declared? Do they want to hang a bank CEO? Burn a big stack of cash? My guess is that they will declare victory when the temps dip too low. Or maybe they'll break out their Columbia jackets and Coleman stoves and continue to rail against capitalism.

        • Herman Caintonette

          The above-referenced Coulter article is devoid of hard facts, so there is nothing to refute. Moreover, AC has been caught out for plagiarism by fellow conservatives (http://www.coulterwatch.com/files/Plagiarism%20Trap.pdf), who state in their manifesto:

          "Coulter Watch is a site that promotes the proposition that Conservatism can only endure as a viable and vibrant movement if it maintains a commitment to the core character traits of honor and integrity, honesty and virtue."

          AC wouldn't be able to find those traits with a compass and a road map.

          • Dman

            Refute the fact that Obama has received more campaign contributions and money from Wall Street than any other candidate or president in history.

            Hard fact. Refute it.

          • Herman Caintonette

            An immaterial one. The OWS complaint is that the plutocrats own BOTH parties, lock, stock, and barrel.

          • Rifleman

            In other words, HC can't.

          • Herman Caintonette

            The problem is that the money men hedge their bets, and when they saw that McClown had no chance, they bought the winner. Means NOTHING.

        • Herman Caintonette

          As far as an exit strategy is concerned, I still haven't figured out why we are fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan. Physician, heal thyself!

          The civil rights movement didn't have an exit strategy in 1960. How does this invalidate their movement? OWS is a process.

          I'd like to see the laws being enforced against public officials and corporate swindlers; in a sop to their corporate masters, Obama and Holder refuse to prosecute them, while throwing the book at whistle-blowers. Angelo Mozilo, Lloyd Blankfein, and the heads of all three credit ratings agencies doing the perpwalk would be a great start.

          • citizen65

            Let me explain it to you:
            Afghanistan – Pres Clinton's CIA Chief said the 9/11 terrorist plot was planned there. He managed to convince some high profile Democrats.
            Iraq – Pres Clinton's CIA chief said that Iraq had WMD and showed historical evidence that he had used it against his people and others. He managed to convince some high profile Democrats of this.
            Both cases – Former pres Bush had strong support from Democrats.

            I'd also like to see laws enforced. Let's start with congressman Rengal. Then we can go on to the New Panther Party in Penn. How about congressman Frank (I didn't know there was a whorehouse in my basement)?

    • Herman Caintonette

      The French and American revolutions had the same intellectual genesis, one that OWS shares: The plutocrats governed the people for their own benefit, and the people chafed against taxation without representation.

      Washington DC doesn't even have a vote in Congress, and guess who has been fighting that tooth-and-nail? That's right: those "liberty-loving" Republicans.

      • BS77

        The French and American revolutions did NOT have the same intellectual or social genesis at all…..The French tried to burn the churches, destroy the monarchy and the bourgeoisie, stifle all religious expression, kill the intellectuals of the day…even Lavoisier, the great brilliant French scientist…they lied about Marie Antionette and killed countless people for the sheer cruelty and screaming mob insanity of it all. You do not know your history, Monsewer Caintonette.

        • Herman Caintonette

          You obviously don't know the dark side of our Revolution. Tory and noncombatant families were routinely executed, particularly in the South.

          Burning churches? As they were a bastion of plutocratic support in France, I have no problem with that. We had all of England's religious nutters, and the Church was a supporter of our Revolution; it logically follows that it would not be a target. Executing the monarchy and bourgeoisie was also a sensible move, as they had a legal and moral right to do so — one which we formally acknowledged in our Declaration of Independence.

          As for the stifling of religious expression, the French Declaration provides, in pertinent part: "No one shall be disquieted on account of his opinions, including his religious views, provided their manifestation does not disturb the public order established by law." Anyone who has experienced dhimmitude in modern America understands that words are no defense against a mob of self-righteous Christians.

          Revolutions are a messy business, which is why one should try to avoid them whenever possible. But as Frederick Douglass put it, "He who would be free must strike the blow."

          • Western Canadian

            It isn;t bad enough that this lout has the habit of mixing metaphors, but his habit of mangling and cross-breeding them, is really pathetic.

            “Anyone who has experienced dhimmitude in modern America understands that words are no defense against a mob of self-righteous Christians”

            ADHD to the max. Sad.

          • Herman Caintonette

            Christians impose their own form of dhimmitude upon society. Just try to run for office without pledging allegiance to their ancient tribal sky-daddy. Look at all the problems Romney is having.

  • Herman Caintonette

    If it wasn't for hypocrisy, half-truths, and sophistry, Ann Coulter would be a mime.

  • Matt Stueck

    I don’t know who the bigger dueche is SteveD or Davarino! I have never

    met a funny Republcan and God the dueche chills I get from your responses! In the comedy world we would politely say you got nothing! Google me! Facebook me! Love to learn more of your duecheyness!

    • Herman Caintonette

      I still have VCR tapes of the old Dennis Miller, excoriating the new Dennis Miller.

      The guy went in the toilet when he became a ConservaDouchebag.

    • StephenD

       The "douche (I think this is what you want to say) chills" you get may come from your repressed experience hanging around the bathroom when your mother was busy. At least, that's where douches are used. I've no experience with them. More to the point, you never do address the point. And…I thought Davarino was very funny hi-lighting your insane statements.BTW I've no interest in helping you "learn more" because it is a worthless endeavor to put pearls in front of swine.

  • BS77

    Ann Coulter is brilliant and extremely funny….her wit and sarcasm is at the paragon level.

  • Alain

    Oh dear it is clear from several of the comments here that these are people who will not be confused by facts. Anyone presenting the facts must be immediately attacked and demonised. For your own benefit I recommend doing your homework and research before making fools of yourselves.

  • Rifleman

    The stuck pigs are really squealing today, lol. Good job Ann!

  • Jim

    One of types of posters here can be called the English Teacher. When they do not like what some one like Coulter has to say they criticize her writing style
    A variation on the English Teacher is the Stereotype Accuser. The basic stereotypes they use are accusation that come from the long list of left wing talking points which are pulled out at every debate.
    Then in contrast is the little psychiatrist ,who calls people" mental", when they dislike what the other side says..
    Then another type does not like the appearance of the person whom they are criticizing.
    Finally we have the poster that criticizes the opposition for having the nerve to criticize the poster's side.

    The list I put above corresponds to what semantic students call "Barking"

    Such seminar posters might be unkindly called the "Kennel".

  • Amused

    Oh what a croc Coulter , and that bit about "little grandma's " ….the only thing you got right was the term villainous bankers . And I promise to shed a tear for Murdoch and Koch ….I can see an affinity between you and those two cochroaches .And you no doubt feel it too .

  • Amused

    I doubt if Soros is even aware of , let alone guilty of most the libels and slanders you level against him and make good living off the book sales to your sycophants . That's right Coulter , you have no proof , you have no facts , you have no evidence …that makes you a liar . You see Soros under your bed and in your closet .You toss out your tidbits of redmeat , for the expected pavlovian response .You got'em well trained Coulter .

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  • Western Canadian

    Instead, he is merely out of mind. Pathetic.

  • Herman Caintonette

    Problem is, Reid didn't have control of anything, as Lieberman is not really a Democrat (neither are Nelson of NE or Tester), and everything they tried to do was filibustered.

  • Herman Caintonette

    CoulterWatch has done it for me.