Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Scalded Cats

Liberals are still crying over yesterday morning's eviction of the Wall Street protestors. I don't understand why. Bloomberg did them a huge favor.

Their numbers were dwindling. Winter was coming on hard. If Bloomberg had left them alone then we would have seen the true spirit of their resistance break before frostbite and pneumonia.

Instead, Bloomberg sends in his cops and the protestors get hauled out. Most of the Marxist core of the movement was long gone. What they left behind was mostly the useful idiots who had nowhere else to go.

The liberal celebrities had plenty to say about it:

Sack of crap Michael Moore said tweeted: "Phase two of this massive, nonviolent MAJORITY movement will now commence."

Oh really? It's not massive, it's not nonviolent, and it can commence at will. We stand ready.

Capital One Bank's celebrity spokesman Alec Baldwin tweeted: "Boomberg's NY is no place for the 1st amendment. Bloomberg serves Wall Street, now and forever. And Wall Street cannot handle free speech."

I wonder how much that Wall Street bank is paying that idiot.

By breaking up the protests, Bloomberg did the movement a huge favor. Just as he did the movement a huge favor by letting them stay so long. This keeps them in the news and lets them claim some sort of twisted victory in that they did not dwindle and fade due to weather but rather were forced out by "corrupt government elements". It's almost as if those Marxists had a meeting with those corrupt government elements and organized their removal.


TNWoodwright said...

The OWS getting kicked out means nothing. They are brown shirts in training. They needed to keep it peaceful while they learn to persevere and deal with the cops. Gin up propaganda all in preparation for next year. Plus they sucked bunch of people in. TF has gone completely off the wall for them. HT isn't far behind.
They condemn anyone else on hearsay and defend these guys to the death. but I've learned some things about so called libertarians. They defend these people first amendment rights and yet say to hell with the second amendment on private property.

TNWoodwright said...

Should have said 5th not 2nd. Early in the morning.