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    Quote Originally Posted by retiredman View Post
    Does anyone remember Forest Gump?

    He is alive and well in New York
    Forrest Gump was a hero to The United States! I'm not too sure about these bone heads.

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    Isn't it great that we live in such a free country that even these idiots can enjoy the protection of the Constitution. Mind you I am in no way condoning these morons but these people are exercizing their Constitutional rights to the freedom of speech the same as you and I execrise our 2A rights.

    Who was it that said "While I don't agree with what you say, I will defend to the death your right to say it"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    And that's about how far I agree with THEM. The rest is a lot of unsupportable entitlement crap.
    Just thought I’d pass on some more useful information. In case any of you have followed the so called protests against Wall Street and the big money bailouts that seem to be sweeping the nation, and wondered ‘who’ was orchestrating them? The Tea Party? Patriot Groups? Disgruntled Bankers? None of the above. It was orchestrated by none other than... Sorros and all the groups under his and Obama’s thumbs in co-hoots with Big Labor Union Bosses.

    The first tidbit I received came from a news letter I subscribe to:

    “Protests on Wall Street, spurred by socialist organizations like MoveOn.org (and with the backing of George Soros) have one goal in mind - destroy (more so than it already is) the economic and financial infrastructure of the United States, implement federal controls (more so than they already have), and suspend the rights of all citizens.” ~courtesy of Off The Grid news letter.

    That was only one piece. Shortly after I read it and passed it on to another friend, this next piece popped into my inbox from Mark Mix, the CEO of the National Right to Work foundation that’s working hard to protect workers from forced unionization. They were involved with that dispute that happened in Atlanta not long ago with Boeing workers refusing to be forced under a union. Here’s part of what they sent...

    Big Labor has seized on the so-called "Occupy Wall Street" protests to push for more power over American workers and the economy.

    "The challenge is, how do you transfer protest into power?" asked one Communications Workers of America (CWA) union boss, sensing an opportunity to turn up class warfare against job providers and force more workers into dues-paying ranks.

    You see, despite the early media reports, "Occupy Wall Street" isn't just a reaction against the bank bailouts.

    It's looking more and more like yet another excuse to demand bigger government, more spending, and higher taxes.
    No wonder Big Labor is so eager to bus in protestors and subsidize the rallies -- all paid for by forced dues.
    “Every step we take towards making the State our Caretaker of our lives, by that much we move toward making the State our Master.” – Dwight D. Eisenhower

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