IMHO — America is not the 99%ers

The individuals who I see in McPherson Square in Washington, DC twice a day claim to be representative of 99% of America. These are the same people who have done this sort of thing in cities all across America (and around the world).

And amazingly, they are saying this with a straight face.

From the Occupy San Francisco protest — 

Yep — this is how 99% of America represent themselves in public. Strutting around in public in their birthday suit. Welcome to America — now get rid of those pesky clothes.

The 99% movement tolerates all —

Who knew Jews weren’t people?


“I think that the Zionist Jews, who are running these big banks and our Federal Reserve, which is not run by the federal government . . . they need to be run out of this country.

 That’s right — 99% of Americans hate the Jews and want them to be run out of the country.

The 99% movement is supposed to be better than the Tea Partiers 

So, not only do 99% of all Americans crap in public — they intentionally crap on police cars.

So, let me see — 99% of all Americans get their “freak” on in public?!

Unlike the Tea Party, the 99% movement are peaceful, non-violent individuals who just want to make a positive change in this country —

So, 99% of Americans go out and participate in general violence — just for kicks, right?

And I would be amiss if I didn’t the multiple rapes or sexual assaults that have occurred at the protests —

So, and this is just for starters, according to the protestors — 99% of Americans:

  • Walk around in their birthday suits
  • Hate Jews
  • Have sex in public
  • Participate in violence
  • Are either rapists or support rapes (which would include women by the way)

So, are you in the 99% or are you in the 1%?


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12 Responses to IMHO — America is not the 99%ers

  1. averagedad1 says:

    I am waiting for the first liberal to say that these are isolated incidents and not representative of the entire movement — sound familiar to anyone?

  2. joesix says:

    These are isolated incidents and not representative of the entire movement. Did the racist, grammatically incorrect signs of the tea baggers give a definitive picture of what that movement was? The term “the 99%” is itself an admission that the movement is all-inclusive — even you’re a part of it. You don’t have to be a dirty, hippie liberal sleeping on Wall Street to be one of the millions of Americans who have been indirectly affected by unrestrained corporate greed.

  3. averagedad1 says:

    Wait — so 99% of all Americans support 11-year olds drinking?? (

    This is so not the America that I know.

  4. Durable says:

    The occupy movement has lovely rhetoric but little virtue. In fact under the covers, it is dangerous.

  5. averagedad1 says:

    This list may get really long — (

    It seems that people protesting greed are willing to use teenagers as prostitutes to make some money.

  6. joesix says:

    I think you’re missing my point. I could make you a nice, long list of links about Tea Party rallies that detail every violent outburst, every mention of the phrase “second amendment remedies,” every KKK event that occurred in congruence, and every time your friend John Lewis was spat upon. My point is, I won’t do that because I recognize that’s not indicative of the entire movement. Tea Baggers are a diverse group of politically-minded individuals with serious concerns about the future of our country. The same thing could be said about the Occupiers, although the two are at very different ends of the spectrum. I would never deny that there’s some bad apples in there — that’s unavoidable in a huge group of people, especially one that takes pride in representing 99% of all Americans.

    • averagedad1 says:

      No, I’m not.

      The big difference is that the Tea Party never made the absurd claim that they represent 99% of Americans. These “protestors” aren’t even true to what they claim to be — they live in expensive houses, have jobs, etc. — they have even forced one cafe to lay off 21 employees because they are cutting off business,

      So, much for the little guy —

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