Posted 6 years ago on Nov. 25, 2011, 3:22 p.m. EST by bluedoghunter
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Here is what I have learned from Occpuy Wall Street, and about what people think who support it.
If I don't agree with your position, I recieve all my information from Fow News
If you study medicine, you are smarter then me, and your opinion holds more weight then mine.
Bush rigged his elections.
If I have a lot of money, I am currupt, I don't believe in charity, and I have done nothing to help people who are less fortunate.
If you do not believe in God, it is ok to criticize those who do.
If I respect the concept of God, that means I am a Christian.
Public humility and revenge are considered appropriate corrective actions.
If I contradict you, I am stupid.
Telling is more important then listening.
Bush is responsible for all problems in the U.S.
If I am rich, I was born rich, and I don't know what it's like to have nothing.
If I don't support Occupy Wall Street, I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth.
Developing my own opinion based on real world experience means that I live in a box, and I am short sighted.
It is more important that I concern myself with what I read in the news and on the Internet. If I don't, I am ignorant.
"Poor" and "wealthy" are not relative terms. They are clearly defined and measured as 99% and 1%.
99% of Americasn think alike.
Everything conservatives do is wrong. To think otherwise would be compromising to your image.
War is only considered a political issue when a republican is in office. When a democrat is in office, war isn't important.
Wall Street controls your economy.
Education entitles you to work.
Corporations should not have rights, even though corporations represent people and people's interests.
You are not responsible for your debt, because you were tricked into it.
I expect to see nothing but "all of the above" in response to this post.
On cue in three....two....one.......