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  • Jug's Fleabaggers Exposed As Rich White 1% LOSERS

    OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

     

     

    • By BETH DEFALCO
    • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
    • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

    It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

    A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.

    A third of protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York lived in households earning more than $100,000 and more than two- thirds were employed professionals, according to the study from CUNY

    Change Liberals can believe in...Ask not what you can do for your country, but what your country can do for you.

  • #2

    If The Mooochie wantes TO ASTE THE TROPPS and for to the geT a jUGGgY FOR the gigGY and for a than insetd of MICHHHHHHIE and the BOBO.

     

     

    TEh EarrS !

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    • Zeopold
      Zeopold commented
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      lol romney lost


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    Read between the lines of that story and notice that some of the OWS'ers are from $100k households.. meaning they live with mom and dad (details left out of the article), and that most of the ones employed couldn't afford to both pay back their loans AND leave the nest (another detail left out), or that it never mentioned exactly what salary range those employed even made (how convenient). And of those employed.. how exactly were they able to camp out and protest for several months while remaining employed full time? It's virtually impossible, outside of LoA, which I suppose some did, but it couldn't have been much more than a handful compared to the majority; the math just doesn't work. So the article again left out important details that would have helped paint the whole picture.

    The NYT just spoon fed you cherry-picked facts, drew your conclusions for you, and you ate it up. Congrats.

    Sig Fail

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    • Orygun
      Orygun commented
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      Kramerguy wrote:

      Read between the lines of that story and notice that some of the OWS'ers are from $100k households.. meaning they live with mom and dad (details left out of the article), and that most of the ones employed couldn't afford to both pay back their loans AND leave the nest (another detail left out), or that it never mentioned exactly what salary range those employed even made (how convenient). And of those employed.. how exactly were they able to camp out and protest for several months while remaining employed full time? It's virtually impossible, outside of LoA, which I suppose some did, but it couldn't have been much more than a handful compared to the majority; the math just doesn't work. So the article again left out important details that would have helped paint the whole picture.

      The NYT just spoon fed you cherry-picked facts, drew your conclusions for you, and you ate it up. Congrats.


      it was the New york Post not the times. The post is owned by Rupert Murdoch and has the same axe to grind and lack of credibility as the rest of his holdings. 


    • Gromit
      Gromit commented
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      Kramerguy wrote:

      Read between the lines of that story and notice that some of the OWS'ers are from $100k households.. meaning they live with mom and dad (details left out of the article),


      'Details left out of the article' is not the same as 'details that Kramerguy can just pull out of his arse'.


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    burningsg wrote: and nearly all of those involved

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    • LithiumZero
      LithiumZero commented
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      "And the other 24% were there to sell pot to the rich white kids.  There may be more hope for them, they still understand capitalism."

      link?


    • PFB
      PFB commented
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      Used2BMarkoh wrote:

      burningsg wrote: and nearly all of those involved

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    OMFG

    OWS never even claimed they were uneducated homeless minorities! We've been trying to beat it in your head for years that they represent everyone who isn't extremelly wealthy!

    Now you turn around, basically AGREE what we've been saying all along, then spin it as some sort of win against OWS? What the **************** is wrong with you?
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    • #6

      burningsg wrote:

      OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

       

       

      • By BETH DEFALCO
      • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
      • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

      It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

      A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.

      A third of protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York lived in households earning more than $100,000 and more than two- thirds were employed professionals, according to the study from CUNY

      I HAVE SPOKEN

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      • Bowe
        Bowe commented
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        I love how in the same thread, they're called lazy and unsuccessful, and part of the 1%

        it seem logic has no place when it comes to rightwing talking points

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      burningsg wrote:

      OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

       

       

      • By BETH DEFALCO
      • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
      • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

      It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

      A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.

      A third of protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York lived in households earning more than $100,000 and more than two- thirds were employed professionals, according to the study from CUNY

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      • Tom Hicks
        Tom Hicks commented
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        after dissing them as a group of educated citizens, i half-expected the murdoch rag to diss the supporters of more economic fairness for more of us as inclined towards that bastion of all evil - science.


    • #8

      burningsg wrote:

      OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

       

       

      • By BETH DEFALCO
      • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
      • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

      It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

      A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.



      Erm, aren't you forgetting something?

       

      It was the vicious, brainless rightwongers who characterized OWS as jobless, feckless and unwashed.  This story is just rightwing spin on their own lie which has been disproved.

      Question: Why did the monkey fall out of the tree?


      Answer: because it was dead.

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      • #9

        Even if true, so what? Anyone who can't see that there's enormous wealth disparities in this country and that it's a threat to democratic principles is just ignorant and/or brainwashed. 

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        • #10

          NY Post.  Lol.  What a rag. 

           

          Glad to see OWS making RW troll BurningSTD itch and burn extra hard.

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          • #11

            burningsg wrote:

            OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working


            Meanwhile in the trailer park, the Tea Party is collecting welfare. 

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            • #12
              Is the OP complaining about OWS people being productive members of society?

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              • RedRoadEnsemble
                RedRoadEnsemble commented
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                BA.Barcolounger wrote:
                Is the OP complaining about OWS people being productive members of society?

                I think the idiot is pushing that agenda.


            • #13
              burningsg wrote:

              OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

              • By BETH DEFALCO
              • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
              • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

              It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

              A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.

              A third of protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York lived in households earning more than $100,000 and more than two- thirds were employed professionals, according to the study from CUNY


              TWO TERMS BITCHES! HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

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              • RedRoadEnsemble
                RedRoadEnsemble commented
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                willhaven wrote:
                burningsg wrote:

                OWS is exposed: Rich, white, educated and working

                • By BETH DEFALCO
                • Last Updated: 11 AM, January 29, 2013
                • Posted: 12:45 AM, January 29, 2013

                It seems those Occupy Wall Streeters were a lot closer to the 1 percent than they would like to admit.

                A new study of the OWS movement in New York found that many of the protesters were highly educated and not nearly as down on their luck as they portrayed.

                A third of protesters in the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York lived in households earning more than $100,000 and more than two- thirds were employed professionals, according to the study from CUNY



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