This past week, we got to see the media's sweeping version of Occupy, which basically read like a vignette out of the movie, "Hair." You can already imagine the orchestra warming up to present the overture for "Occupy: The Musical!" on Broadway. This is the picture that was painted for us: hippies with bongos.
Then, there were the ones in politics, who purchased themselves some high-priced camera time so they could spin their own personal flare on the matter. And it was through their primping peacock stances and their yapping mouths that we were able to not only have our intelligence insulted, but, if we kept our TV's on, we could watch them invalidate our entire life.
I heard something to the effect of, "If they want to be rich so badly, why don't they just go out and get a job?" Another had the nerve to say, "Well, at least this protest will get them off their mother's couch." And lastly, the manipulative, "This pits Americans against Americans."
May I respond, please? Thank you.
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