Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Occupy DC the last word . . . . organization.

My principle left-wing lunatic detractor says that I have made too much of my visit to Occupy DC.  Maybe, but like I told library-girl on that day, it is a phenomena that was worthy of my attention.  Occupy will be a footnote in history.  A bulldozer, a couple of guys with steam cleaners, and 300 pounds of grass seed will return General James B. McPherson’s Square to its original state and purpose.  My last thought is on the organization of the ground. 

There was a definite attempt at organization on the square.  The Library tent was right next door to the Information tent and that was next to the Do-it-yourself Sign shop:

Just beyond the sign shop was the chow hall:

Garbage was being sorted here: 

I’m sure that the people of Washington, DC love the idea of having an open garbage and recycle pit on a busy city block.  I wondered whether or not there was someone is charge – but wouldn’t that be counter to the spirit of the movement?

There was a media center and first aid location.  Note to union members, The Washington Times reported that the Nurse’s union was also providing free services at various Occupy locations.  Our friendly AFL-CIO helping to sustain rebellion - nice.  I wonder how much that’s costing the rank and file in Band-Aids and Aspirin?   But, this was a "Green" effort - Algore would be so proud.

Even John Stewart noted the ironies of the developing organization of Occupy Wall Street.  It seems that there are people among the 99% that are more equal than others.  As we have seen in all Socialist and Communist experiments a ruling elite does emerge.  Perhaps that’s why the American Communist, American Socialist, and American Nazis Parties all supported Occupy Wall Street – they knew where it would lead.      

That’s all for now on my field trip to Occupy DC.  If Jon Stewart is ridiculing you, it might be time to swing my Mom’s for a quick shower and then get a job like the rest of us.  


  1. Organized anarchy? What a bunch of hypocrites.

  2. Amigo,
    Good report series. Thank you fo your efforts. Take a bow.

  3. CS,this was a noble effort on your part. Kudos. Thanks for your posts on this lunacy. Puts a unique perspective on it.

  4. 21st Century Hoovervilles. Perhaps we can coin a new phrase......Obamavilles maybe? NOW that's a change I can believe in.

    Great job!

  5. Tenth,

    That is what I have always laughed at - the inherent hypocrisy in the liberal (democrat, socialist, progressive, whatever) position. I can never understand why liberals don't see it - other than they seem not to have a sense of humor.

  6. Hardnox,

    You are too kind - thank you.

  7. Clyde,

    Thank you for your visits and comments.

  8. Paladin,

    I don't recall where I first saw the term "Obamaville" - but I hope it spreads.

  9. I've been using the term "Obamaville" for a few weeks now...it fits.

    As for the blatant hypocrisy, I've learned to expect nothing less from the moonbat left.

    I've also warned them about being mindfull of the company they keep since they care less if they're standing with the KKK, the Communists or, the Nazis and, I did ask them them about it and got the "all points are valid points" line of drivel that only a moonbat could deliver while believing it's true...until I began mentioning the constitution and, the wrongs being committed by the government under Obama.

    Then, I found out that all points are NOT valid since they went nuts and told me my points were bullshit.
    The kkk, nazis and the communist's points are all equally valid...but, a constitutional viewpoint isn't?

    And, I've also been made aware that the 1st amendment is only valid when it's free speech they agree with.

    Mudd's people.

  10. -Sepp,

    I should have known - I just knew I didn't come up with the term. It certainly fits. Good job.

  11. I didn't coin the term, I just use it because it fits them perfectly.

    Scumbags who want everything without putting forth the effort to get it themselves...pretty much sums up the Obama administration and how he took power...whining and demanding.