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Fleabaggers Costing U.S. Taxpayers over $20 Million (so far)

November 27, 2011

From Human Events

Occupy Movement’s Price Tag Tops $20 Million …Much Higher Than the $13 Million That Media Reported


Don’t worry. The taxpayers will cover it.

Earlier this week the liberal media reported that the Occupy protests cost taxpayers over$13,000,000. But the actual cost is much higher.

Verum Serum updated the total cost estimates on Wednesday. — Total: $18,450,999

And, here is the latest total of Occupation costs using Verum Serum’s totals plus more recent figures:

— Total: Over $21,273,499


Via AP

Occupy LA deadline comes, many say they won’t go

With hours left before the Monday at 12:01 a.m. deadline the mayor and the police chief gave for Occupy LA, very few of the occupiers were packing, and many were instead were making plans for what to do when they stay.

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Occupy Organizers in Indianapolis Recruit the Homeless to Keep Protests Going

With the number of protesters dwindling and winter fast approaching, the organizers of the ‘Occupy’ movement in Indianapolis have turned to the homeless for help, recruiting them to help maintain the ‘Occupy’ presence in the city.

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Wall Street Protest Hurts the ‘Little Guys’ Nearby

Source:  David Shankbone via flickr

Most “Occupy Wall Street” protestors say they have a problem with corporate greed, unfair taxes and economic inequality, which results in 1 percent of Americans owning 44 percent of U.S. wealth. And while many say they’re standing up for the little guy, they sure have a funny way of showing it.

Area businesses nearest to New York’s Zuccotti Park, the protest’s unofficial campgrounds, say the rally is hurting business.

“People used to come down for their lunch, now the people aren’t coming down,” says Zhi Wang, a smoothie cart owner stationed at the edge of the park. He pointed at the surrounding skyscrapers, which house some of the world’s largest financial institutions and the Nasdaq Stock Market’s headquarters.

More Here


And lets not forget the little show they put on in Oakland…

Anarchists smash the windows of a bank during an Occupy demonstration November 2, 2011 in Oakland, California. The group called for a general strike Wednesday, and planned to march on the city's port later in the day.



What gets me is Obama tried to say that the #Occupy movement is similar to the Tea Party protests…

Not hardly…

This is after a Tea Party protest.



And this is an #Occupy protest that hasn’t even finished… (there used to be grass there)


And it continues….  And Obama and the Dems continue to support it.

2012 can’t come fast enough….



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