OWS Has Succeeded!

In convincing New Yorkers that being ruled by Goldman Sachs isn't so bad, after all. At least not if the alternative is these OWS ass hats.


  1. Anonymous7:18 PM

    Just out of curiosity, what specific ass-hats are you referring to? Did you intend to have a hyperlink in the test of your post? If you did, it isn't there.

  2. Well, the OWS ass hats who were violently trying to prevent my wife from entering her office today.

    Link: I had assumed people would be cognizant of the news from Manhattan today. If you aren't, just check the CNN main page. Now they are planning to shut down the Brooklyn Bridge. I just got across it, to see my kids for the first time in four days. If they had blocked it before I got across, I would have tried to run them over. (That's hyperbole, but I would have gotten out and punched one in the mouth.)

  3. Anonymous7:32 PM

    Ok, I understand.

    Yes, I am aware of the news, but I was not fully aware of your personal experience of what is happening, you being a New Yorker.

  4. Anonymous8:37 PM

    Rule by Goldman Sachs:

    Request a $10 billion preference share investment from the government under Capital Purchase Program, and then repay it in six months to a sum of $11.4 billion.

    Rule by OWS:

    Request your student loans to be written off completely after you have graduated, or threaten and insult policeman if you don't get your way.

  5. @prateeksanjay: I don't want to defend the asshats in OWS, and I certainly don't want to defend their student loan forgiveness wishes, but ... I think the feds have done a little more for Goldman Sachs than what you've mentioned.


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