Occupy Wall Street just got OWNED

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    Nov 15, 2011 2:09 PM GMT
    http://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/nyregion/police-begin-clearing-zuccotti-park-of-protesters.html?_r=1&hp

    From the filthy hippie scum themselves:

    http://occupywallst.org/article/nypd-raiding-liberty-square/

    Instead of violating countless municipal ordinances and laws, you could, you know, take a goddamn shower!
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    Nov 15, 2011 2:25 PM GMT
    Court has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.
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    Nov 15, 2011 2:33 PM GMT
    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.
    Christian, consider who thew OP is..icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 15, 2011 3:31 PM GMT
    FrostedFlakes saidhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/nyregion/police-begin-clearing-zuccotti-park-of-protesters.html?_r=1&hp

    From the filthy hippie scum themselves:

    http://occupywallst.org/article/nypd-raiding-liberty-square/

    Instead of violating countless municipal ordinances and laws, you could, you know, take a goddamn shower!



    I feel sorry for all the poor workers who have to clean up all the trash and fecal matter from these bums.
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    Nov 15, 2011 3:47 PM GMT
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    FrostedFlakes saidhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/nyregion/police-begin-clearing-zuccotti-park-of-protesters.html?_r=1&hp

    From the filthy hippie scum themselves:

    http://occupywallst.org/article/nypd-raiding-liberty-square/

    Instead of violating countless municipal ordinances and laws, you could, you know, take a goddamn shower!



    I feel sorry for all the poor workers who have to clean up all the trash and fecal matter from these bums.
    You can apply.. you need a job.
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    Nov 15, 2011 3:49 PM GMT
    TropicalMark said
    CHRISTOPHER34 said
    FrostedFlakes saidhttp://www.nytimes.com/2011/11/16/nyregion/police-begin-clearing-zuccotti-park-of-protesters.html?_r=1&hp

    From the filthy hippie scum themselves:

    http://occupywallst.org/article/nypd-raiding-liberty-square/

    Instead of violating countless municipal ordinances and laws, you could, you know, take a goddamn shower!



    I feel sorry for all the poor workers who have to clean up all the trash and fecal matter from these bums.
    You can apply.. you need a job.


    I agree. I think "Christopher" would be great at cleaning up imaginary fecal matter.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:14 PM GMT
    southbeach1500 saidProtester? Nope.

    “I’m an anarchist, I’m not leaving this park,” said Asa Lowe, who was binding the hands of Amina Malika, 17, and Mesiah Hameed, 16, to a tree in the center of the park.

    “I don’t give a f--k what they do,” said Hameed.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_raiders_roust_rabble_Dp5jSkaFLwGXYElqsxsWjO/1



    Agreed, thank god the city stepped in and did something. Its getting way out of hand, and it is surprising that the movement thinks it makes up of 99% of americans. Many are getting outraged by what is going on and the "movement" if it can be called that is quickly losing support.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:19 PM GMT
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    southbeach1500 saidProtester? Nope.

    “I’m an anarchist, I’m not leaving this park,” said Asa Lowe, who was binding the hands of Amina Malika, 17, and Mesiah Hameed, 16, to a tree in the center of the park.

    “I don’t give a f--k what they do,” said Hameed.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_raiders_roust_rabble_Dp5jSkaFLwGXYElqsxsWjO/1



    Agreed, thank god the city stepped in and did something. Its getting way out of hand, and it is surprising that the movement thinks it makes up of 99% of americans. Many are getting outraged by what is going on and the "movement" if it can be called that is quickly losing support.


    Nope. It's actually gaining support. Read a poll.
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    Nov 15, 2011 5:59 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    Chainers said
    southbeach1500 saidProtester? Nope.

    “I’m an anarchist, I’m not leaving this park,” said Asa Lowe, who was binding the hands of Amina Malika, 17, and Mesiah Hameed, 16, to a tree in the center of the park.

    “I don’t give a f--k what they do,” said Hameed.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_raiders_roust_rabble_Dp5jSkaFLwGXYElqsxsWjO/1



    Agreed, thank god the city stepped in and did something. Its getting way out of hand, and it is surprising that the movement thinks it makes up of 99% of americans. Many are getting outraged by what is going on and the "movement" if it can be called that is quickly losing support.


    Nope. It's actually gaining support. Read a poll.


    Or you can link said poll, oh wait thats actually bringing facts to support your argument. We all know you are allergic to that!
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    Nov 15, 2011 6:19 PM GMT
    Chainers said
    Christian73 said
    Chainers said
    southbeach1500 saidProtester? Nope.

    “I’m an anarchist, I’m not leaving this park,” said Asa Lowe, who was binding the hands of Amina Malika, 17, and Mesiah Hameed, 16, to a tree in the center of the park.

    “I don’t give a f--k what they do,” said Hameed.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_raiders_roust_rabble_Dp5jSkaFLwGXYElqsxsWjO/1



    Agreed, thank god the city stepped in and did something. Its getting way out of hand, and it is surprising that the movement thinks it makes up of 99% of americans. Many are getting outraged by what is going on and the "movement" if it can be called that is quickly losing support.


    Nope. It's actually gaining support. Read a poll.


    Or you can link said poll, oh wait thats actually bringing facts to support your argument. We all know you are allergic to that!


    Suck it.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/15/occupy-wall-street-park-poll_n_1094858.html
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    Nov 15, 2011 6:33 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    Chainers said
    Christian73 said
    Chainers said
    southbeach1500 saidProtester? Nope.

    “I’m an anarchist, I’m not leaving this park,” said Asa Lowe, who was binding the hands of Amina Malika, 17, and Mesiah Hameed, 16, to a tree in the center of the park.

    “I don’t give a f--k what they do,” said Hameed.


    http://www.nypost.com/p/news/local/nypd_raiders_roust_rabble_Dp5jSkaFLwGXYElqsxsWjO/1



    Agreed, thank god the city stepped in and did something. Its getting way out of hand, and it is surprising that the movement thinks it makes up of 99% of americans. Many are getting outraged by what is going on and the "movement" if it can be called that is quickly losing support.


    Nope. It's actually gaining support. Read a poll.


    Or you can link said poll, oh wait thats actually bringing facts to support your argument. We all know you are allergic to that!


    Suck it.

    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/11/15/occupy-wall-street-park-poll_n_1094858.html


    LOL! Thanks Christian for proving what we all ready knew, you are a moron.

    Has right to stay in park is not the same support for the movement.

    Furthermore, according to this article, by a margin of 2 to 1 many of those in NYC do not agree that the OWS movement represents the 99%
    And respondents agreed by a margin of more than two to one that Occupy Wall Street does not represent the "99 percent" of Americans -- one of the protesters most popular rallying cries.

    They just think they have the right to be in the park.

    Twist moar facts plz.
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    Nov 15, 2011 6:58 PM GMT
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    Not a ruling, an injunction.
    An "injunction" IS a fucking ruling dunce.
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    Nov 15, 2011 9:58 PM GMT
    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?
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    LOL! Thanks Christian for proving what we all ready knew, you are a moron.

    Has right to stay in park is not the same support for the movement.

    Furthermore, according to this article, by a margin of 2 to 1 many of those in NYC do not agree that the OWS movement represents the 99%
    And respondents agreed by a margin of more than two to one that Occupy Wall Street does not represent the "99 percent" of Americans -- one of the protesters most popular rallying cries.

    They just think they have the right to be in the park.

    Twist moar facts plz.


    Dumbass. Did you read the article? "43 percent of Americans said they agree with the views of the Occupy movement, compared with 27 percent who said they don't agree." That's compared to 9% who like Congress or 15% who support the Tea Party. In other words, a plurality. And given all the disinformation and claims of OWS people shitting on police cars (all lies, of course), that's a pretty solid number. Oh, and OWS doesn't have an entire cable "news" channel dedicated to promoting it as the Tea Baggers do.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:08 PM GMT
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?


    It was the last ruling when I posted and if someone "pulled the judge from the roster" that just speaks to the fascism i noted earlier. Don't like the ruling? Replace the judge. icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:10 PM GMT
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?


    It was the last ruling when I posted and if someone "pulled the judge from the roster" that just speaks to the fascism i noted earlier. Don't like the ruling? Replace the judge. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Consider they shopped for a judge who doesn't normally even rule on such matters that's a bit rich. More than a bit rich. Again, dishonest much?
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:12 PM GMT
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?



    Liberals don't understand the difference between an injunction and a ruling. And they proudly display their ignorance. icon_razz.gif


    An injunction is a court order, which the NYPD violated, and will likely be sued for civil rights violations.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:12 PM GMT
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    LOL! Thanks Christian for proving what we all ready knew, you are a moron.

    Has right to stay in park is not the same support for the movement.

    Furthermore, according to this article, by a margin of 2 to 1 many of those in NYC do not agree that the OWS movement represents the 99%
    And respondents agreed by a margin of more than two to one that Occupy Wall Street does not represent the "99 percent" of Americans -- one of the protesters most popular rallying cries.

    They just think they have the right to be in the park.

    Twist moar facts plz.


    Dumbass. Did you read the article? "43 percent of Americans said they agree with the views of the Occupy movement, compared with 27 percent who said they don't agree." That's compared to 9% who like Congress or 15% who support the Tea Party. In other words, a plurality. And given all the disinformation and claims of OWS people shitting on police cars (all lies, of course), that's a pretty solid number. Oh, and OWS doesn't have an entire cable "news" channel dedicated to promoting it as the Tea Baggers do.


    Numbers according to OWS.

    When the OWS movement started it had a 60ish% approval rating, now it has 43%.

    Clearly, this movements support is growing and not shrinking.

    Clearly, Christian is not moronic and really understand how things work!
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:13 PM GMT
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    Christian73 said
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?


    It was the last ruling when I posted and if someone "pulled the judge from the roster" that just speaks to the fascism i noted earlier. Don't like the ruling? Replace the judge. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Consider they shopped for a judge who doesn't normally even rule on such matters that's a bit rich. More than a bit rich. Again, dishonest much?


    Please... judge shopping happens all the time, usually by the police or the DA. Or, in the case of the Supreme Court, there's outright purchasing of rulings.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:14 PM GMT
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    LOL! Thanks Christian for proving what we all ready knew, you are a moron.

    Has right to stay in park is not the same support for the movement.

    Furthermore, according to this article, by a margin of 2 to 1 many of those in NYC do not agree that the OWS movement represents the 99%
    And respondents agreed by a margin of more than two to one that Occupy Wall Street does not represent the "99 percent" of Americans -- one of the protesters most popular rallying cries.

    They just think they have the right to be in the park.

    Twist moar facts plz.


    Dumbass. Did you read the article? "43 percent of Americans said they agree with the views of the Occupy movement, compared with 27 percent who said they don't agree." That's compared to 9% who like Congress or 15% who support the Tea Party. In other words, a plurality. And given all the disinformation and claims of OWS people shitting on police cars (all lies, of course), that's a pretty solid number. Oh, and OWS doesn't have an entire cable "news" channel dedicated to promoting it as the Tea Baggers do.


    Numbers according to OWS.

    When the OWS movement started it had a 60ish% approval rating, now it has 43%.

    Clearly, this movements support is growing and not shrinking.

    Clearly, Christian is not moronic and really understand how things work!


    Incorrect. Support for social movements is always influx.

    As always, you display your ignorance of basic history, politics and anything else that would allow you an informed opinion on this subject.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:17 PM GMT
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    Christian73 said
    An injunction is a court order, which the NYPD violated, and will likely be sued for civil rights violations.


    An injunction is not a ruling.


    An injunction is a form of ruling and judges further rule on injunctions.

    As in:

    "From Park West Radiology v. CareCore Nat’l LLC, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110282 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 19, 2009):

    [Preliminary Injunction Ruling.]

    Plaintiffs move to exclude any references to the Court's Preliminary Injunction Ruling as irrelevant and prejudicial pursuant to FRE 402 and 403. Defendants seek to introduce evidence related to the Preliminary Injunction Ruling, but not the ruling itself, to support a standing defense. Defendants argue that because Plaintiffs requested injunctive relief that would preclude CareCore from denying Plaintiffs access to reimbursement from commercial payors that contract with CareCore, they essentially "were seeking to join CareCore, the very organization that [Plaintiffs] allege is an illegal cartel."
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    Christian73 saidCourt has already ruled that OWS can return to Park with tents, etc.

    That you support fascism isn't surprising, just sad.


    The impression you gave was that this was something of substance when it was just a temporary order - after which the judge was even taken off the roster of possible judges who could actually make the ruling. Dishonest much?


    It was the last ruling when I posted and if someone "pulled the judge from the roster" that just speaks to the fascism i noted earlier. Don't like the ruling? Replace the judge. icon_rolleyes.gif


    Consider they shopped for a judge who doesn't normally even rule on such matters that's a bit rich. More than a bit rich. Again, dishonest much?


    Please... judge shopping happens all the time, usually by the police or the DA. Or, in the case of the Supreme Court, there's outright purchasing of rulings.


    Purchasing rulings? Yeah, being the constitutional expert you are I see. I give the credibility to the Supreme Court even when I might disagree - but I see you don't have the intellectual capacity to acknowledge that even if you disagree with their rulings you can respect them.

    Judge shopping happens all the time especially for injunctions - you're right but you're also a hypocrite for claiming when the system and normal procedures kick in, this is somehow fascist. You are a demagogue that has little regard for rule of law.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:17 PM GMT
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    Christian73 said
    An injunction is a court order, which the NYPD violated, and will likely be sued for civil rights violations.


    An injunction is not a ruling.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/InjunctionAn injunction is an equitable remedy in the form of a court order that requires a party to do or refrain from doing certain acts.


    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Court_order
    A court order (a type of court ruling) is an official proclamation by a judge

    You've been proven wrong.. again.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:18 PM GMT
    Christian73 said
    southbeach1500 said
    Christian73 said
    An injunction is a court order, which the NYPD violated, and will likely be sued for civil rights violations.


    An injunction is not a ruling.


    An injunction is a form of ruling and judges further rule on injunctions.

    As in:

    "From Park West Radiology v. CareCore Nat’l LLC, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110282 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 19, 2009):

    [Preliminary Injunction Ruling.]

    Plaintiffs move to exclude any references to the Court's Preliminary Injunction Ruling as irrelevant and prejudicial pursuant to FRE 402 and 403. Defendants seek to introduce evidence related to the Preliminary Injunction Ruling, but not the ruling itself, to support a standing defense. Defendants argue that because Plaintiffs requested injunctive relief that would preclude CareCore from denying Plaintiffs access to reimbursement from commercial payors that contract with CareCore, they essentially "were seeking to join CareCore, the very organization that [Plaintiffs] allege is an illegal cartel."
    Guess SB was proven wrong even by you.
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    Nov 15, 2011 10:21 PM GMT
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    Christian73 said
    southbeach1500 said
    Christian73 said
    An injunction is a court order, which the NYPD violated, and will likely be sued for civil rights violations.


    An injunction is not a ruling.


    An injunction is a form of ruling and judges further rule on injunctions.

    As in:

    "From Park West Radiology v. CareCore Nat’l LLC, 2009 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 110282 (S.D.N.Y. Nov. 19, 2009):

    [Preliminary Injunction Ruling.]

    Plaintiffs move to exclude any references to the Court's Preliminary Injunction Ruling as irrelevant and prejudicial pursuant to FRE 402 and 403. Defendants seek to introduce evidence related to the Preliminary Injunction Ruling, but not the ruling itself, to support a standing defense. Defendants argue that because Plaintiffs requested injunctive relief that would preclude CareCore from denying Plaintiffs access to reimbursement from commercial payors that contract with CareCore, they essentially "were seeking to join CareCore, the very organization that [Plaintiffs] allege is an illegal cartel."
    Guess SB was proven wrong even by you.


    Even by Christian? Not quite - the impression Christian deliberately gives is that it was with finality and there was a conclusion when it was anything but - and quite possibly a biased judge who spent a considerable amount of time in the ACLU.