As if celebrities and Liberal politicians barging in on the Occupy Movement aren't bad enough, now the movement's having to contend with President Obama, claiming support for the protests. Yes, the man who pushed the Democrats ahead of the GOP in Wall Street campaign donations in '08 has sent a shout-out to Occupy Wall Street. What's worse is that despite Obama's obvious, shallow election-cycle pandering to the Left and his ongoing brown-nosing of Wall Street and the bankster scum, the Teabaggers still insist that he sincerely supports the Occupiers -- and, of course, that he's a Marxist.
A couple of weeks into the Wall Street occupation, I read that Michael Moore and Roseanne Barr had stopped by, and immediately I thought "oh, great, here come the goddamn' celebrities to glom onto the movement." As if that wasn't bad enough, a little while after that, I read where MoveOn and the Working Families Party -- a couple of Democratic Party front groups -- had both glommed on at the same time, and my first thought was "holy shit, here comes REAL trouble!"
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