Sunday, October 9, 2011

OK, so OWS compares themselves to the Arab Spring...

The Occupy Wal Street mob compares themselves with the protesters in Egypt during the "Arab Spring." In fact, one of the leaders of the Egyptian uprising was a speaker for the OWS gang. Fine. But they also say they are like the Tea Party.

Not so much...

Reported today, "Massive clashes that drew in Christians angry over a recent church attack, Muslims, and Egyptian security forces raged over a large section of downtown Cairo Sunday night, leaving at least 19 people dead and more than 150 injured". That, my friends, is the result of the Egyptian "Arab Spring". You would never see anything like that from the Tea Party.

But you say, "Hey, you don't see that with the OWS crowd, either."

Well, they are close. They have blocked a busy bridge and busy roadways. They have closed public parks. And they stormed the Air & Space Museum of the Smithsonian Institute intent on doing damage to the exhibits.

That sounds a LOT like the Egyptian riots, and NOTHING like the Tea Party events.

Pelosi says the OWS are not "mobs", but the definition fits them to a "T".  (mob n. A large disorderly crowd or throng, especially one bent on riotous or destructive action [such as we saw at the Air & Space Museum or the GW Bridge]).

And if Pelosi and other liberals wants to go on record as being supportive of OWS, then they must accept the responsibility that comes with the many arrests, bad behavior, filth and the violence.


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