Bloomberg Don’t Need No Stinking Constitution


OK, the cops shut down Zucotti park. It’s temporary.  They can’t keep people out indefinitely.  And there is a court order that says the police have to allow the protestors back into the park.

The cops on the mayor’s orders, from what I’ve heard, aren’t budging.  If that court order stands, and I know of no reason it should not, they’ll have to.

You can evict the people temporarily.  You can’t evict or conquer an idea.

Nice try, Bloomberg. There is such a thing as the right to assemble peaceably.  If you disturb that for your banker cronies, mr. mayor, that is a breach of the constitution.  But Bloomberg don’t need no stinking Constitution.  He’s a billionaire, he can do what he likes, he’s helping his friends, and that’s all that matters, right mayor Doucheberg?

Un-American bastard.  I voted for Thompson.

Is there a recall process for mayor of New York City?  If there isn’t, there should be.  We need to be able to reign in ANY self-righteous politician, just in case he decides he’s above the law, or more important than the people, or just doing a really bad job.

Kinda like mayor doucheberg is doing right now.

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Link-o-rama

NYC, Occupy Wall Street headed into court for legal showdown after Zucotti Park evictions

Bloomberg does Occupy Wall Street a favor

Occupy Wall Street and the history of force

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Viddy of the day:  Occupy Wall Street Protestors Cleared from Zucotti Park. 

Giggle worthy freudian slip at the 13 second mark.  And she is 100% correct.

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The use of force alone is but temporary. It may subdue for a moment; but it does not remove the necessity of subduing again; and a nation is not governed, which is perpetually to be conquered.

Edmund Burke

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That is about it from here, America.  I have to get to work, leaving in a few minutes.  Have a good one.

 

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