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Occupy Austin Wants Strict Re-concussions?

Posted by CorporateAmerica on October 10, 2011 with 2 Comments

For a bunch of uneducated, meth popping hippies, these Austin protesters sure use big words.  I think they’re calling for stronger concussions?

Here’s their list of demands.

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Ratified by the General Assembly:

  1. This movement is about democracy. We demand that the government be truly responsive to those it represents. We demand an end to the massive corporate influence blocking the voice of the people by eliminating corporate personhood and limiting monetary contributions to political campaigns and lobbying.
  2. This movement is about economic security. We demand effective reforms to prevent banks and financial institutions from causing future economic crises.
  3. This movement is about corporate responsibility. We demand strict repercussions for corporations and institutions who cause serious financial damage to our country and its taxpayers.
  4. This movement is about financial fairness. We demand tax reforms to ensure that corporations and the wealthy pay their fair share in taxes.

Occupy Albany Drones

Posted by CorporateAmerica on October 10, 2011 with No Comments

There is nothing that scares Americans more than a glassy eyed cult.

I’m offering some constructive criticism here. No snark intended. I understand you want to speak as one voice, but the group chanting really needs to stop and or be decreased.

We’re not playing Simon Says and we’re certainly not trying to give the impression we belong to a glassy eyed cult. So please quit the mass repeating and chanting. It’s giving off the wrong image.

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