There’s a new website located at this link which tracks how much taxpayers have lost on President Obama’s bailout of General Motors.
The former idiot Democratic Senator from the great state of Wisconsin, Russ Feingold, ripped into Herman Cain for telling the media what he thought of the Communists and Marxists who make up the #OccupyWallStreet protests.
As Glenn Beck has repeatedly pointed out these people are extremely dangerous and are backed by the DNC & SEIU and some of the Socialist party’s in America. Their whole objective is to destabilize the country as SEIU’s Steve Lerner laid out month’s ago.
So Russ Feingold claims Herman Cain is un-American and is intimidating the protestors. How exactly is Herman Cain being ‘un-American’ and how is he intimidating the protestors Senator Feingold?
Video via Hot Air Pundit
For Reason’s coverage of Occupy Wall Street, including video from lower Manhattan, visit this link.
For more Remy & Reason.tv vids visit this link.
Via Freedom’s Lighthouse, Herman Cain, the GOP Presidential hopeful, hammered the current Administration and spoke to how a Cain Administration would lead the USA if elected. He really is a great speaker.
GOP Presidential candidate Herman Cain is out with a new book and is currently on a book tour promoting it. For some reason, someone thought it would be good for Herman to go on noted Socialist Larry O’Donnell’s show ‘The Last Word.’
Good thing they did because Cain knocked it out of the park and held his cool against the idiot Socialist. Larry was so bad with this interview that he even tried to berate and shame Herman Cain because Larry believed a passage in Herman’s book says that he ‘stayed on the sidelines’ during the Civil Rights movement. The book doesn’t say that at all. In the book, Herman just says he ‘stayed out of trouble.’
The interview is well worth the time and is below the fold.
Saw this and it just made me laugh.
Photo via HolyCoast.com
The locals in New York City are getting a little upset with the Commie #OccupyWallStreet crowd:
Panini and Company normally sells sandwiches to tourists in Lower Manhattan and the residents nearby, but in recent days its owner, Stacey Tzortzatos, has also become something of a restroom monitor. Protesters from Occupy Wall Street, who are encamped in a nearby park, have been tromping in by the scores, and not because they are hungry.
Karen McMann, who lives across the street from the stock exchange and was out with her young daughters, said the protesters should recognize that New York’s financial district was also a residential one.
Ms. Tzortzatos’s tolerance for the newcomers finally vanished when the sink was broken and fell to the floor. She installed a $200 lock on the bathroom to thwart nonpaying customers, angering the protesters.
“I’m looked at as the enemy of the people,” she said.
The anticorporate participants in Occupy Wall Street, which is currently in its third week, say they have no intention of leaving soon. The protest has been building in size, with sister demonstrations erupting in other cities, and politicians, labor leaders and celebrities adding their support. But for many neighborhood businesses, the protest’s end cannot come soon enough. In interviews, they said they were especially annoyed that the organizers of the grass-roots movement neglected to include portable toilets in their plan to bring down Wall Street.
Residents, too, say they are losing patience.
Mothers have grown weary of navigating strollers through the maze of barricades that have sprouted along the streets. Toddlers have been roused from sleep just after bedtime by chanting and pounding drums.
Heather Amato, 35, a psychologist who lives near the protest area, said she felt disturbed by some of the conduct of the protesters. She said she had to shield her toddler from the sight of women at the park dancing topless.
“It’s been three weeks now,” Ms. Amato said. “Enough is enough.”
I agree. Enough is enough. Now, if those topless dancers want somewhere to go, may I suggest #OccupyAlexandria?