I would like to take an unscientific poll of the millions of readers of this wildly popular blog. Here is the question: Do you believe the "occupy" movement is a result of the constant class warfare rhetoric of the President of the United States?
Wow look here, the results are in already. As suspected, 100% of you agree that Obama's "us against them" message is responsible for the violence, filth and squalor that is currently degrading America's major urban areas. I don't have to explain why to people like Connolly and Shaskan, but I will anyway, in case someone stumbles across here by accident.
Since Obama has taken office, we have been given a steady dose of the "enemy from within". During the health care debate, it was the evil insurance companies. Gasoline prices spiked, it was because of the evil oil companies and those rotten bastards that engage in speculating on the future of oil. Then it became the Tea Party folks and Fox News(not real news...his own words). This evolved into those damned Tea Party dominated Republicans that just say no.
I could go on, but you get it. The theme is very consistent. Those that work hard and succeed, are somehow the villain. They should be propping up those that don't want to work, the unambitious, the lazy, because it's only fair.
This message does not resonate with the majority of Americans of course, but it has with the aformentioned bong- toting unwashed. These are the folks that were instrumental in electing Obama, and they are now heeding the piper's call to take it to the streets.
By now, it is no secret that Obama is a disciple of Saul Alinsky, Frank Marshall Davis , the good Reverend Jerimiah Wright,as well as Francis Fox Piven. All America haters.
Which logically leads us to conclude that this "occupy" movement is no coincidence. This is the exact result of the message our president has been preaching all along. Again, it is no coincidence that since the early days of the movement, when Obama publicly embraced it, he has been completely silent now that it has turned into an ugly mob rife with sexual assault, rampant drug use and viloence against police. Not a single word of condemnation from the White House. Despite all the economic pain this movement has caused our cities, he has no problem with any of this, because it is all part of the plan.
There may be a chance that he loses next November, but he has succeeded exactly as planned. And we are in deep trouble.