Posts Tagged ‘new york’

The Great Occupy Wall Street Feces Caper

March 22nd, 2012 1 comment

This really makes me spew.  Would make a great Democrat 2012 campaign ad since they have embraced the “movement.”  Really makes the point.




From  Gothamist:

In the war against Occupy Wall Street, the NYPD is bringing out the big guns: Videos of excrement.  A press release featuring the cheeky subject line “It Happens” was distributed by the NYPD press office tonight, announcing that a Philadelphia man has been arrested and charged with “Unlawful Possession of Noxious Matter (human urine and feces).” As you can see in this video, two individuals are seen dragging a big bucket of something black and nasty-looking into the open-air plaza at the corner of Nassau and Cedar Streets in Lower Manhattan, then pouring the waste down the stairs there. The prank is then repeated in the vestibule of a Chase bank on Water Street.

Read more at  Gothamist

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Outrageous! No New York Victory Parade For New York Giants!

February 6th, 2012 1 comment

Oh, did I say ” NEW YORK GIANTS?”  I am soooooooo sorry!   After rereading the article, I see they were actually writing about  ”IRAQ WAR VETS!”  My bad.  

Hey, remember us? (USO Photo by Mike Theiler)

From Fox

New York Mayor Michael  Bloomberg says there will be no city parade for Iraq  War veterans in the foreseeable future because of objections voiced by  military officials.

The mayor said on his Friday appearance on WOR Radio  officials in Washington “think a parade would be premature while we still have  so many troops in harm’s way around the world.”

read the rest at Fox


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Unions To Join Wall Street Protesters

September 30th, 2011 1 comment



Of course, when all else fails, look for the union label.   It is so ironic that Obama, the man union power helped to elect POTUS,  has maintained an unemployment rate hovering around 9% for quite some time.   And these people have the nerve to want more money and more benefits?  They should be thankful they even have a job when so many do not.

The White House strangely silent on this issue.  Of course, Michelle Obama did go to Target the other day, so she must feel our pain.

From  Talking Points Memo

The “Occupy Wall Street” protests, now entering their third week, are poised to get a whole lot bigger than its core of 200 to 300 people, potentially even exceeding the protesters original goals of 20,000 demonstrators, thanks to recent pledges of support from some of New York City’s largest labor unions and community groups.

On Tuesday, over 700 uniformed pilots, members of the Air Line Pilots Association, took to the streets outside of Wall Street demanding better pay.

On Wednesday night, the executive board of the New York Transit Workers Union (TWU Local 100), which represents the city’s all-important train and bus workers, voted unanimously to support Occupy Wall Street. TWU Local 100 counts 38,000 active members and covers 26,000 retirees, according to its website.

The Union on Thursday used Twitter to urge members to take part in a massive march and rally on Wednesday, Oct. 5. That effort is being co-sponsored by another eight labor and community outreach organizations.

The Village Voice spoke with TWU Local 100’s spokesman Jim Gannon on Wednesday, who explained the group’s reasons for joining the protests:

“Well, actually, the protesters, it’s pretty courageous what they’re doing,” he said, “and it’s brought a new public focus in a different way to what we’ve been saying along. While Wall Street and the banks and the corporations are the ones that caused the mess that’s flowed down into the states and cities, it seems there’s no shared sacrifice. It’s the workers having to sacrifice while the wealthy get away scot-free. It’s kind of a natural alliance with the young people and the students — they’re voicing our message, why not join them? On many levels, our workers feel an affinity with the kids. They just seem to be hanging out there getting the crap beaten out of them, and maybe union support will help them out a little bit.”

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