America: “Occuwhat?”

The “Occupy” movment is drawing a big “meh” from the “American Street”:.

[A USA TODAY/Gallup Poll] finds that 56% of Americans surveyed are neither supporters nor opponents and 59% say they don’t know enough to have an opinion about the movement’s goals.

The survey, however, does show an increase from 20% to 31% in disapproval of the way the protests are being conducted.

Just goes to show you that enough rats, filth, theft, untrammeled entitlement, assault, murder and rape will make even Americans sit up and take notice eventually.

3 thoughts on “America: “Occuwhat?”

  1. Apparently Mika Brzezinski had a case of the vapors yesterday when the discussion on MSNBC’s Joe-less Morning Joe turned to Newt Gingrich’s comment about the Occupiers ‘taking a bath and getting a job’. The echo chamber these Stuff White People Like Liberals live in is all encompassing. (The other day the Morning Joe set was congratulating Tina Brown on her success at Newsweek – ad pages were up 2% over last month! – when in reality ad pages are of 20% from same time last year.)
    Most Americans, I think, believe that gaming the system, whether through bank or welfare fraud, your union protecting you from being fired even for the grossest negligence or your incompetence in running your company or the government should have consequences. If the Left believes that everyone has the right to screw their neighbor, we will go the way of Greece very quickly.

  2. Watching them get hosed down with pepper spray does garner a 90% approval rating among people who work for a living.

  3. All that time in college and the only way they can think of to provide for themselves is to take money from people who work for a living.
    Forgiveness for student loans because it only hurts the banks? A bank’s profit on a loan is the difference between the interest paid to a depositor and the interest charged to a borrower. The money lent for a student loan belongs to a depositor, not the bank.
    Frickin’ idiots.

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