Feb
22
2012

#rsrh The only people wondering whether the Occupy movement…

…has a future in politics are the people that don’t actually really understand American politics. Which apparently includes Time Magazine.

But let me dumb it down: if the best that the Occupy movement can do is: field one candidate who will probably lose his primary; and create a cargo-cult PAC… then no, the Occupy movement has no future in politics.  Go ask the Tea Party movement how far along they were at the equivalent point in the last election cycle, compare it to where the Occupiers are now – then either wince, or engage in mocking daemonic laughter, as you see fit.

Via Hot Air Headlines.

5 Comments

  • BJ54 says:

    Mocking daemonic laughter sounds right to me.

  • Rob Crawford says:

    It’s hard to have an impact on politics when you can’t figure out indoor plumbing.

  • BigGator5 says:

    @Rob Crawford: Or even a portable toilet.

  • UtahMan says:

    I’m with BJ54. Mocking daemonic laughter is so much more… satisfying.

  • K M Scane says:

    Article in today’s ‘Detroit News’ outlines Daily Caller receipt of UAW training talking points, on a UAW website, for Occupy Newbies and camping out style Diehards. The claim is they’re gonna get 100K volunteers and make like MLK and Ghandi-Gee{aka: Ba-Bu/father}, and commence shortly.
    If they don’t work for a wage, can they join?

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