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OWS dead? Again?

I am so angry at this moment I cannot type straight. http://townhall.com/columnists/susanbrown/2011/11/30/we_are_not_the_99_percent/page/full/ I am sick of false stories planted in the media to kill a real people's movement (OWS). OWS is not dead nor is it dying. Please read the article. We must get more real stories into the media about Occupy. This woman has not been to Occupy she is only repeating a lie created in the MSM to kill Occupy. The people of Occupy are too busy attempting to make a change to think of orgy and the like. MSM is being irresponsible to all at Occupy as Occupiers. There are those at Occupy camps who are not Occupiers but people intent on killing the movement by any means necessary. Please spread the good of Occupy. We must be the media until the media reports truth.

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  1. The more the media reports the 'death' of the Occupy movement, the more foolish they will appear as the movement continues to make strides toward wresting government control away from corporations.

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  2. You guys are so fucking stupid! You protest just to protest. You motherfuckers don't have a damm clue much less knowing your own ass from a hole in the ground. Wake the fuck up! Obama's your problem. Take it to the whitehouse! Thats where the problem is. Dumbass socialists. Get the fuck out!

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