Marxist Occupy Wall Street

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – October 16 –

ACORN is back! ACORN was a big chunk of President Obama’s life, just like Obama’s Islamic Agenda is a big chunk of his life. Marxism is another big chunk of President Obama’s life. President Obama understands the frustration of the Occupy Wall Street protesters. President Obama advocated civility in Tucson. Understanding frustration of protesters is the opposite of advocacy of civility. As Vadum says in Marxist mobocracy:

Let them protest and rage - it lays the groundwork for GOP domination.

Occupy Wall Street is led by New York's Working Families party, a front group for ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), Service Employees International Union (SEIU), AFL-CIO and street-thug battalions from the various neo-communist organizations such as National People’s Action and Democratic Socialists of America. Paid rent-a-mobs from the Working Families Party, which isn’t even recognized in the District of Columbia, even paid a visit to the Washington Marriott at Metro Center in the nation’s capital on Wednesday.

Although violence has been sporadic at the various “occupations” so far, mass violence is inevitable. This is what radicals want. What else could possibly be the end result of thousands of angry activists camping out for weeks without food and sanitation?

So, there you have it. ACORN is back! President Obama should be pleased. But they are not alone, the whole network is there for the world to see, plain as day. Soros isn’t mentioned and he is one of the kingpins. If you cannot connect the dots, then I’m wasting my time. George Will made a prediction; quoted in the same article:

Mr. Will said he wants the Occupy Wall Street protests to continue and get even more publicity: “I think they do represent the intellectual spirit of the American left, but also I remember the 1960s. We had four years of demonstrations like this [that] led up to 1968, when the Nixon/Wallace vote was 57 percent - the country reacting against demonstrators, and Republicans went on to win five of the next six presidential elections.”

Maybe there is hope for America, after all.

Thank you, Occupy Wall Street.

I want to personally thank Marxists and Occupy Wall Street.

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