With OWS disorganized and messageless, should Obama be their Community Oraganizer?

or is that the problem? He is their community organizer, and that's why OWS is failing just like Obama's economy.

Asked By: RockIt - 10/15/2011
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Some people have a misconception that the OWS cause is somehow represented by the democratic party, Christopher Hitchens once described “the essence of American politics” as “the manipulation of populism by elitism.” The manipulation of populism by elitism – the cloaking of plutocratic agendas, of service to the rich... More
Answered By: Peter - 10/15/2011
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since it's all little kiddies protesting, lord obama would fit in perfectly.
Answered By: blondie - 10/15/2011
They are just following his lead. "Redistribute the wealth".
Answered By: 63vette - 10/15/2011
You don't get it, he already is their organizer. This is what a community organizer does, just on a larger scale. BHO is at the head of this, the dems needed a group to counter the TEA party juggernaut and this is the only thing in the dem's playbook. This is as BHO ordered, and Soros is funding it.
Answered By: DAVID - 10/15/2011
With leaders like these, their cause has lost all credibility: Michael Moore 'Occupy Wall Street will only get Bigger' • Keith Olbermann Al Sharpton to broadcast from Occupy Wall Street protests
Answered By: Capn Eddie - 10/15/2011
OWS isn't a political movement they have conservative, liberal, libertarian, authoritarian, capitalist and socialist members so I doubt they would even accept Obama if he were to offer. Their organizer would have to be capable of forgetting all their political bias regardless of party and represent only the protests I... More
Answered By: Elijah - 10/15/2011
He needs to take his golden throat and teleprompter to the site. He is using underlings to do his job and this is why it isn't working. He needs hands on, boots on the ground.
Answered By: American Woman - 10/15/2011
I wouldn't tell every one that you are clueless, do you just want everyone to know you're stupid.
Answered By: Darla - 10/15/2011
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