The Morning Spew » wall street Politics, Satire & Spew Sun, 08 Dec 2013 06:28:36 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Occupy Wall Street Website of Tears Continues to Impress Wed, 28 Mar 2012 13:23:13 +0000 All new stories from our ongoing  Wall Street Website of Tears feature.  All stories and pictures are from “We Are the 99 Percent” blog. 

If you know of a shoulder who’s looking to hire, this OWSer would make a great chip:


I’m a 26 year old college educated woman whose luxuries are my second-hand 1999 Ford Taurus, my 1 year old cat, and my 40 year old boyfriend who also lives paycheck to paycheck.

Growing up with not a lot of money since childhood, I looked forward to the finer things in life like money and college. I spent 4 years earning an associate degree in broadcasting (paid by the state) which did not get me a job in radio or TV. All the commercial TV stations in my city of Peoria have consolidated and seem to prefer Big Ten and Missouri Valley Athletic Conference grads. So I went 2 years earning by bachelor in business administration (paid by loans at a small private college) which I do not regret despite I can’t get a job as an administrative assistant due to “lack of experience”. I live paycheck to paycheck as a temp at a Catholic hospital, donate plasma, and go can collecting to make ends meet.

I’ve worked jobs through federal work-study, seasonal, and temporary since college and once in my life was laid off after the economy took a crap. The hospital won’t hire me on saying “come back when you have a more stable work history”. The IRS ripped me off on my 2011 taxes because my past employer (a call center for Verizon Telecom) must have fucked up my W-4. I only have $1,000 in savings and am planning to get out of Peoria in search of better opportunities. I only have over-the-air television, eat beans & rice every weekend, and do not need an expensive cell phone plan. I haven’t been able to take an actual vacation because of bills and $22,000 student loan debt and even though I have a job and donate plasma, it’s not enough.

This comes to my conclusion: Why do the rich and the well-off get to have all the fun and benefits while people like me and my boyfriend have to suffer? Employers should NOT hire people based on what college they attended and how are people supposed to get experience when companies won’t give them a chance? In addition I still haven’t gotten over missing our California trip in 2010 despite US Airways refunded our return ticket money. My boyfriend’s well-off parents live there and we were supposed to see them. Nowadays it seems his father doesn’t want our presence because we’re not married with children or have a ton of money or something (BTW he wasgoing to help pay for our visit too). With the way America is going, I’m not sure if I should become a momma someday; maybe instead raise unwanted dogs and cats. Yes I am jealous, insecure, bitchy, and pissed off because America thinks the poor are freeloaders wanting a handout or are a bunch of marijuana smoking hippies who live in their parent’s basement. That’s bullshit! I have a job, I have two college degrees, I am a jack of all trades, and I don’t want to be typecast in Peoria anymore as “That woman who bothered her local CBS affiliate in attempt to get a job there.”

My boyfriend and I are the 99% and I demand change.


Is is just me or is she on the wrong website?  To me, this OWSer sounds confused and seems  like the Tea Party would be a better fit:


I am an 18 year old working political science/art student. I live with my parents in a modest home and my brother is in the army. My dad was fired over a year ago and has submitted hundreds of applications, but still can’t find work. My mom works 7am-7pm Monday-Friday and makes around $90,000 a year. We can’t afford medical/dental insurance. We have almost been kicked out of our home. We can’t pay our bills. I don’t qualify for any financial aid because of my moms income. To keep our home my parents have to keep taking out loans against my moms retirement fund. We are being taxed to death because people think we are the 1%, but we aren’t.

I am the 99%,



First of all, let me say this: This OWSer creature below frightens me. Not sure what those things with the eyes are supposed to be.  Secondly, this OWSer comic wreaks of the same BS that Sandra Fluke’s $3,000.00  birth control pill story did.  Some of the most effective treatments for bi-polar disorder are cheap and have been in use for years.  Generics abound and if money is an issue, your doctor or clinic will help you get the medication you need.  So I call BS on this story.  My heart goes out to anyone who suffers from mental illness.  It is a difficult condition and can be hard to treat, but to use a political/social agenda to attempt to frighten people into agreeing with your agenda is disgusting.


]]> 2
Bob Cratchit Joins Occupy Wall Street Tue, 13 Dec 2011 14:17:18 +0000 I think we may have found an OWSer with a sense of humor (not likely) or perhaps the “Wall Street Website of Tears” has an infiltrator.



From “We are the 99 Percent” website:

“I work brutal hours for a wealthy misanthrope to support my

family, including my disabled son, with only one day off per

year.  Asked to make even the slightest provision

for the poor, he goes on about prisons and workhouses.

The miser begrudges me even a lump of coal to warm my

fingers as I toil.  I am the surplus population.”


]]> 1
Picture Captures Typical OWSer Wed, 23 Nov 2011 15:59:32 +0000

from @EricAkaAviator via Twitter


]]> 2
2012 Obama Election Poster Makes Debut For The Ninety-Nine Percent Fri, 11 Nov 2011 15:37:21 +0000

Hat tip – Karl

]]> 0
Ben & Jerry’s Offers First Corporate Backing of Occupy Wall Street! Mon, 10 Oct 2011 17:23:02 +0000  


I hope they will give out free ice cream.


From the Daily

Ben & Jerry’s lends its backing to Occupy Wall Street protesters and
calls for a ‘systematic change’

  • Ice-cream
    firm known for standing up for liberal issues
  • Directors
    proclaim ‘deepest admiration’ for protesters
  • It has
    previously supported gay marriage and Obama

Occupy Wall Street has its first corporate
backing after Ben & Jerry’s today announced it is getting behind the

The Vermont-based ice-cream company, known for
standing up for liberal issues, slammed the ‘immoral’ inequality between classes
in the U.S.

It followed House Democratic Leader Nancy
Pelosi backing the movement as the political debate around the protests

Read more at the Daily


]]> 4
Wall Street Protester Shouts He Wants To Break Geraldo’s Hands As Crowd Cheers! Mon, 10 Oct 2011 15:38:23 +0000  

These people are morons. Especially the guy at the end. Democracy is shouting people down and threatening them? Sure, scumbag.

1:03 is the money quote – “break his hands!”









]]> 5
The 99%? Aw, Hell No! Mon, 10 Oct 2011 13:07:02 +0000 Here’s a telling video from “Occupy Atlanta.”  It’s so weird on every level.  First, there’s the bizarre practice of having the crowd repeat everything the speaker says.  It’s like a cult — or the Borg.  As the video description says:  ”People abandoned their individuality and liberty to be absorbed into a hypnotizing collective.”  They weren’t even allowed to vote — instead, they had to express their “feelings” with “hand signs,” which the predictably unmanly leader was then free to interpret how he saw fit.

Second, there’s the fact that Congressman John Lewis came to speak to the group — and the “consensus” (as interpreted by the leader) was that he should just go away.  Now just imagine what the media would have reported if this had been a Tea Party.  Third, around the 8:30 mark, someone dissents.  Immediately the leader shouts him down by repeatedly yelling “Mic check!  Mic check!” as the well-programmed crowd again parrots his every word.

Watch the whole thing and prepare to be creeped out.  There is no way in hell that these people represent any more than a fraction of a percent of the U.S. population, let alone 99%.  LOL.

]]> 12
Herm Cain Gets Its Mon, 10 Oct 2011 11:58:26 +0000  


I have been saying this all along.  If they believe government corruption is the problem, why aren’t the protesters protesting in Washington, D.C.?  My answer is this:  Because these demonstrations really aren’t about government corruption.  These demonstrations are brought about by anti-capitalism, anti-Americanism, anti-Republicanism and anti-conservatism. 

Just look at the videos, signs and the protesters.  Here is an Occupy Wall Street protest sign that seems to ignore the responsibility of elected and government officials involved in the so-called corruption. 



Cain: ‘Why Don’t You Move the Demonstrations to the White House?’

( – Republican presidential nominee candidate Herman Cain called for the Occupy Wall Street protestors to relocate to the White House, in remarks he made Friday at the Family Research Council’s annual Values Voter Summit, in Washington, D.C.

“When a reporter asked me the other day, well, what do you think about those demonstrations up on Wall Street, I said, first of all, Wall Street didn’t write these failed economic policies — the White House did,” said Cain.

He then added, “Why don’t you move the demonstrations to the White House?”



]]> 1
A Genuine Capitalist Pig? Fri, 07 Oct 2011 15:11:54 +0000 ]]> 0 Proof That “Blame Bush” Is Now Officially “Blame Obama” Thu, 06 Oct 2011 13:50:30 +0000

Yet another entry from the Wall Street Website of Tears.  I ask you, what happened in November of 2008?  It’s good to know that some of these 99% are coming to their senses.  


Blame Obama
]]> 0