Merry Christmas from Occupy Nashville, How Classy, #Occupy Nashville Gals Duke It Out on Christmas Day

 

It does not seem that the Occupy Nashville folks got the message of “Peace on Earth, Good Will toward Men”. So much for these gals understanding the “Reason for the Season”.

Should we expect anything any different from the OWS protesters? As reported at News Channel 5 in Nashville, TN, two Occupy Nashville woman decided to have a battle royal on Christmas Day at Legislative Plaza. How Nice. One of the women was three months pregnant. I guess they didn’t have any businesses or banks to battle on Christmas Day as they were closed, so they fought each other.  FA-LA-LA …

YET ONE MORE THING I HAVE NEVER SEEN AT A TEA PARTY RALLY … A CAT FIGHT

Protestors have been together since October 6 th occupying Legislative Plaza. But on a day that many intended to be full of festivities, quite the opposite took center stage for a time.

“Well, today we’re celebrating mainly Christmas, but all holidays, of course,” said protestor Lauren Mindos.

The group’s plan to celebrate the holidays together seemed fitting, especially since they’ve spent so much time together over the past few months and friends have become like family.

“It was a beautiful day. There was music,” explained Mindos. “There was dancing.”

However, that peace didn’t last the entire day.

The Occupy Nashville freeloaders have vowed to stay at Legislative Plaza and be a public eyesore. Just curious, how come Nashville does not treat the homeless in the same way they do these Occupy protestors? I have no issue with their right to protest; however, no one has a right to live in a public place paid for by all tax payers, that would be called trespassing.



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    3 Responses to “Merry Christmas from Occupy Nashville, How Classy, #Occupy Nashville Gals Duke It Out on Christmas Day”

    1. Tamikosmom on December 26th, 2011 3:46 pm

      Allen West: Occupy Wall Street Will Be Remembered As ‘Sons Of Anarchy’
      December 19, 2011

      Tea Party-backed Rep. Allen West (R-FL) celebrated the 238th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party by bashing another grassroots movement: Occupy Wall Street. “We remember them today in celebration of our hard fought freedoms and liberties,” West said about the Boston Tea Party organizers. “In the future we shall look back upon the ‘Occupy Wall Street’ protesters as the Sons of Anarchy.”

      http://todayinpolitics.net/2011/12/allen-west-occupy-wall-street-will-be-remembered-as-%E2%80%98sons-of-anarchy%E2%80%99/

    2. Tamikosmom on December 26th, 2011 3:51 pm

      Rep. Allen West Assails Occupy Wall Street for ‘Laughable Hypocrisy’
      Wednesday, 19 Oct 2011 12:27 AM

      In the exclusive interview with Newsmax.TV, West expressed sharp criticism of the Occupy Wall Street protests in Manhattan and elsewhere.

      “I think the hypocrisy of this movement is somewhat laughable,” he declares. “I would agree with them that we don’t need to have crony capitalism in the United States of America, where we have government picking winners or losers in the free market or trying to be a venture capitalist. But when I see signs that these people are holding up signs saying ‘end capitalism,’ then my question is: What do you replace it with?

      “I think there is a danger in the people on Capitol Hill starting to embrace this movement, especially now that we know that the American Nazi Party and the American Communist Party are also starting to align themselves with this Occupy movement.

      “When you really start to peel the onion back and look at some of the things these protesters want to see in America, it is contradictory to the foundational principles and values that we have in the United States.

      “If they want to see more bureaucracy and a larger government, then more of them are going to be unemployed because bigger government means higher taxation. Maybe that’s what they want. But they’re going to see less and less of their individual rights and freedoms.”

      http://www.newsmax.com/InsideCover/West-Obama-Occupy-Wall/2011/10/18/id/414937

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