Round up of the OWS

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Sorry, but just too much to post. These links all came from Drudge.   
Let me just say that the OWS protesters do have right to free speech and assembly. However, once you start interfering with other people’s rights — which include running a business — I think you have stepped over the line. There are a lot of little stores in Wall St. area and many are having to close because of OWS. So when does your right end and mine begin. Just a thought. 
~Steve~
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https://www.kdvr.com/news/politics/kdvr-occupy-denver-protests-put-hickenlooper-hancock-in-a-quandry-20111012,0,1965021.story
https://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2016498188_laborrally14m.html
https://www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/Police-Arrest-Protesters-at-Occupy-SD-131858208.html
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2049137/Occupy-Wall-Street-Violence-erupts-police-clash-protesters.html
https://www.cnsnews.com/blog/grant-m-dahl/giuliani-i-wouldve-told-ows-protesters-streets-are-not-sleeping.

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  1. Why should the City of New York care about business ?
    Enviro-Lunatic Mayor Bloomberg has even taken PERSONAL, PARTISAN, and DIRECT action against the Coal Industry, on the PRETEXT that it is bad for the environment.
    Coal companies and little Wall Street Area stores are ALL LAW-ABIDING TAX-PAYING companies.
    These companies would be better off WITHOLDING THEIR TAXES, and using the money to PAY FOR PROTECTION with an organized crime syndicate.
    At least mob bosses respect companies. 🙂

     
  2. “So when does your right end and mine begin.”
    Well written and I absolutely agree.
    People want others to respect their rights and their voice but their message is deflated when they fail to show others that same respect.

     
  3. Compassionate lot that they are, the cities will probably pass a special tax assessment on the business for the clean-up costs…

     
  4. Go to facebook, educate them

     
  5. In the case of the business owners, their right begins the minute the OWS infringes upon them. In other words, the OWS has infringed upon the store owners rights, so they have a constitutional ground to sue. That’s exactly what it says – and I point this out to people all the time – you have rights, unless they INFRINGE UPON THE RIGHTS OF OTHERS. People tend to leave that one out all the time.

     
  6. The store owners have the right to sue I should clarify.

     
  7. But good luck finding specific people or groups to take to court. After thought there.

     
  8. Reminds me of this – you got your peanut butter in my chocolate. No, you got your chocolate in my peanut butter!

     

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