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Old 11-26-2011, 06:07 PM
Location: Northern MN
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Why Do OWS Protesters Feel The World Owes Them?
They have cost the taxpayer and small business that make up the 99% money while buying from the 1%.

Their jealous of anyone who is wealthy while consuming more public services than they do.

Access can be given to family or friends. You would do the same for yours if you could.
OR it can be earned or created by you.

So your pissed that some business took advantage of the loop holes in the tax law.
What laws were broken?
It's the Govt. job to write the law. They knew what the loop holes were and how they could be exploited.

All your protesting has caused the 99% to pay more and loose more.
Thanks for the help.

The police have better things to do than to baby sit you.

Now before you jump and down about your rights to protest.
I agree you have the right and I support the right to protest legally and with out destroying other peoples property.

The old saying.
A time and place for everything.

The time, whenever there is a legitimate reason.
The place is not in front of the business, parks, schools etc etc. but at your local govt. civic centers, capitols.
And get a permit like everyone else.

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Old 11-26-2011, 06:11 PM
Location: Tyler, TX
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What's amusing is that these people who are railing against "corporations" are forming corporations themselves. Go to the Secretary of State website for New York or California (probably many others, too) and do a business entity search for "occupy."

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Old 11-26-2011, 10:02 PM
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They are entitled to a lawyer if they cannot afford one.
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