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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Dec-05-11 03:39 PM
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70. First, I don't think there are plenty of homeless center. Sure are not enough in
Boston, and it's dang cold here in winters.

Yes, the structure was for the occupiers, who have been joined by the homeless.

If you don't see what the occupation has done since September, maybe you should google. Or look at things with an open mind.

NO ONE was talking about the 99% in August, only about the deficit and where they were going to cut "entitlements.". And now, everyone is talking about the 99% and recognizing how Wall Street is the biggest recipient of welfare in the U.S.

I don't watch MSNBC a lot, but Sharpton has been talking about this, and Maddow.

But, if you only see a tent in a park, that's really too bad.
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