Occupy wherever has been squat-protesting since mid-September and if they'd only camped out for a week they might have done less damage to their cause, however they eventually decide it should officially be defined. But going on two months now and even a mostly sympathetic media can't hide all the dirt: the rapes, the vandalism, the creepy duckspeak of the human microphone, the unsanitary living conditions, the ironic class distinctions between them and bona-fide street people, the rioting, and the unsavory (to the majority of Americans) camp followers
Not to mention the damn fool democrats who link themselves to it by the folly of approval or public appearance. Cabaret has a beautiful, chilling scene in a beer garden when the Aryan poster boy sings "Tomorrow Belongs To Me" and almost everyone joins in. As they're leaving, the Brit asks his German friend/lover, "Still think you can control them?" Well, maybe the dems think they can use them. The "them" think the revolution has come and they're going to overthrow the system. Putzes
I've read some opinions that it's a good thing the left shows its true colors and better still that they continue until November, 2012. Others that participation in this will likely be an eye-opener for a lot of them. Possibly. At the least, I don't see a majority of Americans (bullshit claims of 99% notwithstanding) buying into this.