Monthly Archives: November 2011

United Occupy Party petition

 

 

To sign the United Occupy Party petition goto:   Change.org

– Revolution starts in the mind.

 

– L. Morales

Why Herman Cain’t

Are we finally done with this guy?

Next!

Next Step: Occupy Politics

The Occupy Wall Street movement, and all the other Occupy movements inspired by it, have had incredible  success in changing the political conversation both here in the United States and abroad.  Unfortunately, we Americans are a fickle bunch.  The movement may be losing it’s romance in the eyes of the general populous.  It is time for a change in tactics.  It is time to “Occupy Cyberspace”.

This is a call for all members and true believers in the  Occupy movement to come together in one location.  We need a definitive number  to represent the strength of the movement.  We need to form a unifying body to represent all of our voices, our desires to make the United States of America great again; to balance the playing field; to secure a promising future for our children and grandchildren:  the United Occupy Party!

Show your support!  Goto:  Change.org and sign the petition.  We can do this, one signature at time!   – United we stand, divided we crawl.

– L. Morales

WTF??? Violence Over Black Friday

 

Sheep Let out of Cages

Black Friday Bonanza? –or-  Baa Baa Black Sheep have you any Cents?

         How many bagfuls of money did you save today?  How many bagfuls did you spend?  Think about it.  Were you one of the sheep who were chomping at the bit this morning, waiting for stores to open?  Were you one of the sheep who spent more than they could probably afford to, in the guise of saving less than you would have if you just stayed home?  How’s your economy going?

     Early reports today indicate that the corporations are doing just fine.  Sales at stores like WalMart are brisk, as multiple reported injuries and one reported pepper spray incident can attest. ( Apparently word of Occupy Day has not saturated the public consciousness).

     Come on sheeple.  You can do better than that.  I realize that to shop is to feel a certain euphoria that helps alleviate the pain of reality, but alas, this too is only temporary.  After the feeling goes away, you’re left with the material things you’ve purchased, which ( if made in China ) will also deteriorate soon enough.  When will you end the cycle?  When will you get off the treadmill that will inevitably, by design, leave you cold, shivering, and standing wool-less at the end of the road?

     Occupy your minds people.  Think for yourselves.  Be engaged in the politics that effect your everyday lives and your children’s future.  Wake up! and realize that in the checker game you are playing, you’re a pawn in the chess game they are playing.

– L. Morales

Day of Reckoning

OCCUPY DAY: 11/25/11

     Spend your timenot your money!

            Stand together or fall apart!

To show your support for the movement:

1]  go to your city’s Occupy location on 11/25/11

2]  make no purchases on Black Friday; 11/25/11

* please sign the petition at:  change.org

– L. Morales

Moral Recession

                                     Morals in Government

       “The United States is in the grip of a moral recession similar to those in Europe which preceded surrender of freedom and the rise of dictators”.

– Herbert Hoover

Post presidency, Herbert Hoover adopted the theme “Morals in Government”.  He praised the America of his past and feared for her future.  Apparently he was right.  Are we not living in a Plutocracy?

                                                                                                                                              – L. Morales

Politics = Kryptonite

Super Committee: Fails

Once again, when it comes to the classic battle between politics and morality,  politics wins.  Apparently, negotiations within the Joint Committee on Deficit Reduction have once again reached an impasse.  It seems that pesky pledge to that “random person” (per John Bohner), Grover Norquist, is once again the wet paper bag the Republicans can’t fight their way out of.  The Democrats, on the other hand, were perhaps lucky not to have come to an agreement.  This would have meant agreeing to major cuts in social programs (something the Democrats seem to think 70% of the American people want – not).

– L. Morales

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‘Occupy The SEC’ Scrutinizes The Volcker Rule For Loopholes

                                                                                                                                     The ever-reaching tentacles of the Occupus – I love it!

  

 

 

Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

Lobbying Firm to Pay $850,000 to Undermine Occupy Wall Street

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