Leftism in America Lefty Morons Obama's Occupy Wall Street Loons



Bwhahahahahaha Please, more video of these creeps the better.

If the internet was in existence during the anti-Vietnam protests of the 60’s and early 70’s, the Left would never have gotten away with half of their loony, mad adventures. Unfortunately, the MSM at the time were pretty much the gatekeepers of all information, and they took great advantage of it. KGS

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  1. Watch this NYT blog video which represents the same fella as one of the OWS organizers. . .NYT CityRoom blog
    From the NYTimes:

    Mr. Hall said that he grew up in New Mexico and that both his parents were politically active lawyers who were thrilled that he was pursuing a socially conscious life and was involved in the Occupy Wall Street protest. Mr. Hall said he attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh and then transferred to Bard College in upstate New York because of its reputation as a socially conscious school.

    He had been renting in Washington Heights for the past two years while attending doctoral classes at Columbia University as a nonmatriculated student. He said that he supported his modest lifestyle on savings he earned working as a teenager and that he also had “a small trust fund” from his grandfather that he had not drawn from yet. For the past four weeks, he has eaten free meals and has slept in the park.

  2. chortle, snark . . .Edward T. Hall III reveals even more here . . .

    Difference@Bard: Guest Speaker Edward T. Hall III

    Wednesday, October 26, 2011

    The Difference and Media project continues its Difference@Bard series with guest speaker Edward T. Hall III.

    Edward T Hall III is the co-director of AcaWiki.org, collaborator with WindowFarms.org and dedicated poet of science. He conducts behavioral economic research at Columbia University’s Center for Research on Environmental Decisions where social scientists of all stripes collaborate to figure out “why our brain isn’t green.” He researches human “impatience” and collaborates extensively with researchers at the London School of Economics and Yale. But Edward is not limited to behavioral economics. He draws upon the fields of evolutionary neuroscience, cultural anthropology, emotion research, environmental economics, industrial ecology and social psychology. Before entering the research realm, Edward studied photography and the fine arts under the instruction of Stephen Shore, Tim Davis, Liz Deschenes, Lowry Burgess, and Golan Levin. He believes artists, citizen researchers, social networks, gamer designers, writers, theologians and DIYers must become help shape the poetry of science, to make it human.

    Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
    Location: Campus Center, Multipurpose Room
    Contact: 845-758-6822
    E-mail: iroberts@bard.edu
    Website: https://dmp.bard.edu
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  3. Wow could someone send Dr.Phil in there to help these deranged ,crying children?

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