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Forum Post: A short coming of OWS site

Posted 2 years ago on Dec. 11, 2012, 6:50 p.m. EST by writerconsidered123 (344)
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More often then not I'll read a post about some protest or action and there's a complete failure to explain what the protesters are fighting against.

Two examples of this is the post on " right to work" in Michigan. After reading the whole post I no nothing more then the name of the law. A simple explanation on what the law does and how it affects workers and business would be very helpful.

The second example is the post about the Canadian tribes protest of something called " Idle hands". again read the whole post and no absolutely nothing about it.

Yes I could google it to find out what it's all about, but I shouldn't have too. It should be clearly explain in each article. Otherwise it is just rhetoric without fact. just saying.

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[-] -1 points by Theeighthpieceuv8 (-32) from Seven Sisters, Wales 2 years ago

The posts are all cookie cutter anyway; it's just cut and paste and in virtually every case, I've read them all before. I did gain one little tidbit from the comments following the Michigan article and that was that the protests were organized by a communist anti-American. The only question I have ever had regarding the anti-Americans is why they would insist on being American. If one is anti-American then they can just as easily be an anti-Canadian Canadian or and an anti-German German. So they are just cookie cutter also.