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    Mars Ain’t The Kind of Place To Raise Your Kids…

    Mars Ain’t The Kind of Place To Raise Your Kids…

    …and #OccupyWallStreet ain’t so different.

    Its Kids Speak Out Day at #OccupyWallStreet!  CNN reports:

    Organizers of the “leaderless resistance movement” also billed Monday as “Kids Speak Out” day, given that many schoolchildren are off for Columbus Day.

    “Even as banks got bailed out, American children have witnessed their parents get tossed out of their homes and lose their jobs. Public school kids have lost arts, music and physical education,” the movement’s website said. “Now our kids can see activists take these issues to the streets in a democratic forum at Occupy Wall Street.”

    They can also see drug dealing, public urination and defecation (including on police cars), criminals and drug addicts, talk of bestiality, lessons on  escaping police custody, obscene signs, and anti-semites, too.  It’s fun for the whole family!


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    If they wonder why programs are being cut from schools, they should look no further than the unsustainable pensions of the retired teachers. At some point we will be paying astronomical taxes just to pay pensions for retired public employees and get nothing in return. Whether it is SS or public employee pensions, the younger generations are paying the price.

    radiofreeca | October 10, 2011 at 8:21 pm

    Just curious – if they’re “occupying” Wall Street, Atlanta, etc. – isn’t it time for the Tea Party to “liberate” Wall Street, Atlanta, etc.? Just sayin’.

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