Do You Know What I See?


Here are pictures from Occupy Wall Street.

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Wanna know what I see?

White people.

These people are racists!

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4 comments
  1. I don’t know where this comes from. I have seen people of all nationalities and signs are directed at the inequality in our economy and the corporate socialism going on in our government; I have yet to see any of that.

    This is unlike the Tea Party that really is a racist movement. Their signs showed Obama as Stalin, dressed in African garb. When the healthcare law passed white people were calling African-American congressional reps the N-word and spitting on them.

    I must disagree with you on this.

    • pino said:

      I don’t know where this comes from.

      Me either. Why the Occupy Wall Street group would be racist is confusing.

      This is unlike the Tea Party that really is a racist movement.

      There is no indication that the Tea Party is that.

      Their signs showed Obama as Stalin, dressed in African garb.

      I would ask that you conduct some investigation as to how partisans represent the President of opposite party. The same was done to Dubya.

      When the healthcare law passed white people were calling African-American congressional reps the N-word and spitting on them.

      This is simply not true. There is no evidence to suggest that any such verbal abuse was present. Further, I’ve watched the video and any “spitting” was a result of a protester yelling not as an insult.

  2. My random choice for a photo to put with my post today happened to have a black woman up front: http://scotterb.wordpress.com/2011/10/05/obama-should-go-to-wall-street/

  3. pino said:

    My random choice for a photo to put with my post today happened to have a black woman up front

    I saw that 😉

    My beef isn’t with you, however, you have had the integrity to defend the Tea Party as least for not being racist.

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