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Are the "Occupy Wall Street" thugs basically just a bunch of cry babies too lazy to find a job?

And blaming everyone else for their own failure in life.

Asked By: - 10/21/2011
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The socialist fringe are ridiculously protesting that they voted for... More
Answered By: Blanco y egro Mechta Afalou - 10/22/2011
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No
Answered By: dstr - 10/21/2011
 
People who can't find jobs are just lazy, aren't they? After all, employers are just begging for US workers to come and work for them, but the workers are turning them down. I wonder what caused that sudden, massive outbreak of laziness in late 2008...hmmm....
Answered By: Sadcat - 10/21/2011
 
Trolling real early are we?
Answered By: Steve - 10/21/2011
 
That's what Rush, Glenn and Sean want you to believe.
Answered By: Ted - 10/21/2011
 
if they were to lazy to find a job they wouldn't bother with protesting.
Answered By: Drixnot - 10/21/2011
 
In a word.. yes! The majority of them are. They think they are the hippies of the sixties.. but they are not.. they are in reality just more Obamabots... too stupid to know they are being used.
Answered By: myopinion - 10/21/2011
 
No. I'll dismiss this question due to the lack of evidence for your assertion.
Answered By: Liberty, Equality, Fraternity - 10/21/2011
 
Some are then you have the opportunists mixed in there the socialists and communists and anarchists who smell the chance to push their agenda and somehow claim the numbers as being in their camp.
Answered By: crappy cop car - 10/21/2011
 
Some do have jobs. But they figure their jobs arent suitable. That moreless equals to arrogance. Blue collar workers go to work everyday while they whine
Answered By: Tripp Smith - 10/21/2011
 
Look, it's fun to play wanna-be revolutionary, wave Che Guevara flags and get your 15 minutes of fame on u-tube. Some day they'll have to finally grow up like we all did sooner or later. If nothing else works, they'll have to go home soon to have mommy do the laundry.
Answered By: Christopher Jorden - 10/21/2011
 
they are self-important, self-centered brats who snivel because life did not turn out in the way they believe they are entitled to have it turn out. they are dependent on their parents, their government, and everyone around them to provide for themselves. the concept of self-preservation and self-determination... More
Answered By: Bri May - 10/21/2011
 
Sure if you say so. I mean I won't change your mind no matter what I say unless I appear on Fox and jerk your conservative chain. Oh and at least 54% of Americans support the movement.
Answered By: Vonnegut - 10/21/2011
 
I find OWS to be just a disorganized get together of people who finally realized that blogging and posting their ideas, no matter how wacky or actually good was lonely and now feel that they are part of a community where people are more than a screen name... More
Answered By: joseph b - 10/21/2011
 
When you look at some of their messages there not really bad but some other signs are pretty extreme. Just like many other protests you have a mixture of views. Never forget people that the only reason millions of Americans lost their homes and had to sleep in cars was because of greedy bankers on Wall St.
Answered By: Auzy--Conservative 2.0 - 10/21/2011
 
Are they thugs or cry babies? Can'r be both Your just parroting again...quite pathetic
Answered By: Invisible Monsters - 10/21/2011
 
Yes.
Answered By: Yeah, Butt - 10/21/2011
 
Pretty much that is it. Thugs who defecate in the street and attack police and firemen. Notice the Tea Party rallies are such a pleasure by comparison. No violence, the place is left better than they found it and everyone is positive and patriotic.
Answered By: ? - 10/21/2011
 
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