Tea Party Verses Occupy Pictorial
Parks AfterOccupy
DON’T TREAD ON ME              Photo Adam Brimer KnoxNews.com
OCCUPY’S VERSION
Translation
Of Course Occupy Likes to  WaveFlags TooClick Here if you do notknow who Che’ is(the guy on the red flag)
Another   Great  Occupy   Idea(Maybe someone should tell herthe first one cost   about two  million lives)
An Example of a Tea Party Idea
From the site into right field
Of course Tea Partiers are the Crazy Ones           Just Ask the Media
• The fact is the Tea Party is now a political force;  the have moved pretty much beyond protests  before a deaf congress ...
Pictorial: Tea Party Versus Occupy
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A pictorial review of the Tea Party and the Occupy movements

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Pictorial: Tea Party Versus Occupy

  1. 1. Tea Party Verses Occupy Pictorial
  2. 2. Parks AfterOccupy
  3. 3. DON’T TREAD ON ME Photo Adam Brimer KnoxNews.com
  4. 4. OCCUPY’S VERSION
  5. 5. Translation
  6. 6. Of Course Occupy Likes to WaveFlags TooClick Here if you do notknow who Che’ is(the guy on the red flag)
  7. 7. Another Great Occupy Idea(Maybe someone should tell herthe first one cost about two million lives)
  8. 8. An Example of a Tea Party Idea
  9. 9. From the site into right field
  10. 10. Of course Tea Partiers are the Crazy Ones Just Ask the Media
  11. 11. • The fact is the Tea Party is now a political force; the have moved pretty much beyond protests before a deaf congress and bias media. Now they inhabit primary halls and push legislation. Occupy will never obtain that kind of maturity because maturity and a true understanding is something they lack. Driven by emotions of envy and seeking solutions to problems, both real and imaginary, in the failed policies and ideologies of the past they are on the road to nowhere. The question remains how much destruction will they inflict before they go away.

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