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Best #OccupyWallStreet Tweet Ever

Best #OccupyWallStreet Tweet Ever

Doubly good.

First, because the tweet by CNN reporter Alison Kosik was hysterical, and second, because the humorless leftist reaction (added: here, here) to the tweet caused her to take it down, but it lives on because people grabbed screenshots.


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What is the purpose? If they are against the bailouts and crony capitalism as some have expressed then I am all for it. I have been against them since Bush started them, then refused to vote for McCain or Obama because they supported the bailouts. Something tells me though, these people are not really against the bailouts, afterall they did keep their trust funds alive. In the early Obama days I was practically called a terrorist for opposing the bailouts by Obama suporters. So once you take that out of the equation, it seems that their message boils down to you saved my trust fund now pay off my student loans.

Working class heros my ass! Just like Che and Castro, the bitter rich brats want to lead the revolution. Its just that this is not where the real working class wants to go. We don’t want your socialist revolution and societal collapse. We have families to feed and take care of. We want the socialists to get the hell out of our lives and stop making things worse for our country and economy.

View-cott Alison. Deeee-licious.

LukeHandCool (who stops what he’s doing occasionally and starts to repeat to himself, “I’m a married man, I’m a married man, I’m a married man,” as simple repetition can have profound effects on those with OCD tendencies).

    LukeHandCool in reply to LukeHandCool. | October 5, 2011 at 1:55 pm

    I meant “view-cott” like “buy-cott.”

    Anyway, I’ll do my best to ogle, er, watch her … and contact CNN in support if ever need be.