Occupiers are Morons Pt. 1
If you are an “occupy” supporter you will NOT like me or what I have to say so perhaps you should just move along before reading any further. Go occupy something else ya damn dirty pinko commie sob! So this is my first semi-official “real content” post. As you can see by the domain name I do not support the idiots/nitwits/bums who call themselves the occupy [whatever] movement. Yet, ironically, these anti-capitalist bums inspired me to start a pro-capitalist, America loving, freedom rocks website to offer my opinions, the benefit of my wisdom to the masses by way of this miracle we call the Internets. Thank you Al Gore! If I happen to make a few bucks off this website (ya see the ads) and am able to get myself an extra pizza or two every month all the better. I’d really like pizza. So I guess it would only be proper for me to thank the occupy movement for inspiring this website. I love irony and sarcasm almost as much as I like pizza. Needless to say I think the occupoopers are a bunch of delusional self entitled whining crybabies. They somehow believe that some folks are entitled to suckle at Lady Liberty’s bosom from cradle to grave, generation after generation. They are wrong. Perpetual multi-generational dependency on the government offers nothing to the individual except parasitic dependency on hard-working American
taxpayers. In the America where I live self sufficiency is the key to success. Don’t get me wrong, I am not a social Darwinist. The government should and does provide a safety net to those who need help. Just as the circus tightrope walker has a safety net just in case, the government clearly has a proper role in assisting people in times of crisis. However, even at the circus you do not see the tightrope walkers,their immediate families, their ancestors and descendents permanently living on that safety net.(How’s THAT for a metaphor??) They use the net if they fall, then they get up and get back on the tightrope. In the early days, the occupy Wall Street protesters/nitwits were almost as much fun as going to the circus. In New York City a part of life’s show, if you will, is that you can always find somebody protesting something somewhere, no matter how ridiculous the cause. Some of these protests can be quite entertaining, more so than ANY reality TV show. But the vast majority of protesters state their case, close up shop
and go home for a shower and a meal.The shower part is key here.[to be continued…???] what do you think??