‘We are the 99%,’ L.A. marchers chant at protest

Posted in General by idiotwebmaster on October 16, 2011

‘We are the 99%,’ L.A. marchers chant at protest –

First government makes it hard for businesses to run. Now the people want these same businesses out. The same one that hires these same protesters. It is ironic.

Now don’t get me wrong:  the same businesses also put billions in the hands of politicians. I think these people should be protesting how government screws them by making wacky deals with mega-corporations.  Unfortunately the small businesses are going to get hurt, too.  This country was built by people with vision. Let’s not lose track of that. Let’s innovate and move forward.

Innovate. Educate. Build your future. Stay focused.

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  1. Fhfjsnsnx said, on November 22, 2011 at 6:46 pm

    You guys are just a bunch a lazy lard balls that can’t get a job and rely on other people’s money to get a life. Don’t be lazy get up and get a job :3

  2. Brad Christi said, on December 15, 2011 at 8:38 am

    Those of you who blindly stand with corrupt mega corporations, cheering the widening gap between the rich and poor, just because you want “your team” to win….are WRONG, and in a most disturbing way.

    I only hope that one day you will realize what terrible judgement you showed.

    Obscene wealth of the few, when realized at the expense of the masses is NOT AMERICAN, and NOT RIGHT.

  3. idiotwebmaster said, on December 15, 2011 at 1:15 pm

    There you have it, both sides.

    Any thoughts on the marriage of government and business? Money talks, so government takes it from business. They grease each others wheels and egos.

    Would smaller government make things better? Worse?

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