Occupy Antelope Valley sets date

LANCASTER – Plans for a peaceful occupation in Lancaster are under way in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street and the over 2,000 occupations in cities all over the world. In a press statement released Monday, the group behind Occupy Antelope Valley said:

“In recognition of the fact that the attacks on the working class people of our state, of our nation, and of our planet have become too calamitous to ignore, and acknowledging that an active and engaged citizenry is the only thing that can ensure social and economic justice for all, activists and community members in the Antelope Valley are joining in solidarity with the global movement to protest against the corporate takeover of our economy and political institutions, the corruption of a global political elite which has been completely purchased by the super-rich, the utter disregard for the social and economic well-being of the 99% and the eco-systems in which we live by our leaders and by corporations and general dissatisfaction with the leadership of the United States in all three branches of government.
We seek to exercise our First Amendment rights to peacefully assemble and petition our government for a redress of our grievances without fear of punishment or reprisals. Occupy Antelope Valley trusts that the Lancaster City Council, Mayor Parris and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will support our right to do so and offer their cooperation.”

The first non-violent demonstration for Occupy AV is set to take place at 10 a.m., Saturday, October 29th in front of Lancaster City Hall and will include a march down Lancaster Blvd.

This will be followed by another “Move Your Money” march and rally on November 5th. The group plans to maintain an on-going occupation until demands (which are to be determined via the General Assemblies to which all are invited) are met.

Occupy Antelope Valley is seeking participants to discuss logistics. The next planning meeting will be at 7 p.m., Friday, October 28th at American Heroes Park, 701 W Kettering Ave.

For more information, contact occupyantelopevalley@gmail.com or facebook.com/occupyAV.

  72 comments for “Occupy Antelope Valley sets date

  1. big burd
    October 28, 2011 at 11:24 pm


  2. Matt Keltner
    October 28, 2011 at 4:49 pm

    I just found out that Melissa Montoya is one of the primary organizers behind the “Occupy Antelope Valley” movement…interesting!

    • big burd
      October 28, 2011 at 11:09 pm

      don’t worry matt, she is not. she is just as much of a part as is everyone else. you’re hearing false info on that. i have been there for the meetings so i know this.

  3. joe star
    October 27, 2011 at 1:29 pm

    Don’t worry about these protesters, the business on the BLVD is subsidized by the Redevelopment monies, in a way they are like the bankers they take the money and leave us with the bill, anyways Parris is going to have them in jail before long, he just send someone to jail for speaking about what they are doing with the redevelopment money, University of AV and Kitty Zseto,

  4. Miffed American
    October 27, 2011 at 6:57 am

    http://youtu.be/TZBTyTWOZCM This is whats wrong with Nation we have Liberals who kicked this to the curb.

    • C. Conterno
      November 6, 2011 at 6:45 am

      A touching reminder. We must overcome selfishness.

  5. Miffed American
    October 27, 2011 at 6:19 am

    More of Palmdales’ allegeance to Cairs’ groups of Thugies will be attending this event they helped sponsor.http://loganswarning.com/2011/10/26/nyc-2nd-islamic-organization-to-join-occupy-wall-st-protesters/#.TqlVFCNp6cs.facebook

    • Abdul Majeed Askia
      October 27, 2011 at 9:02 am

      There are approximately seven billion people on this earth, buddhist, hindu’s, christians, muslims, jews, atheist, agnostics and various other beliefs,it is apparent we don’t all think alike or see matters the same way. The founding fathers of our constitution set in
      motion a system of government that would ultimately obsorb all of these entities under the rule of law. An ideal system that up-holds freedom of speech,freedom of religion and the freedom to assembly.Unfortunately
      some people/individuals get all bent out of shape when they meet or
      hear about someone else disagreeing with their point of view. They
      begin to feel it is their duty not only to set them right but to impose
      their will on the people !Government of the people,for the people and
      by the people !The bill of rights applies to all Americans!Islam,christianity and Judaism is going to be with us forever as we
      know it on this planet ! Anyone would be wasting their breath if they
      think any of these faiths or religions are going to fade out of existence! Intelligent people recognize that we are all on this planet
      together and we should all learn to live together in peace!In fact rightly understood the Holy Qur’an warns the beleivers not to fret over
      others disbelief because God is the ultimate Judge that everyone must
      return to ! Thus it is not my duty to stand guard over your soul ! From
      my vantage point’there is no compulsion in religion! Some folks seem
      to have an obsession with craming down other peoples throat religious
      dogma (imbalanced people exist in all faiths!).Jesus said as you judge
      so shall be judged. If you are cruel,mean spirited,hostile,haughty,
      disrespectful,foul mouth and evil you can bet people will begin to recognize this behavior ! As a man thinks in his heart so is he! Out of
      the abundance of the mouth the heart speaks! If the heart is corrupt
      the person is corrupt,-envy,jealousy,selfishness,greed,hatred,arrogance,
      cruel,mean spirited,hostile and full of bitterness ! I take no pleasure
      in trying to demean people, insult them,humiliate them and treat them as
      though they have no right to existence ! Be in your heart what you choose to be-there is room to be yourself without degrading others !I will say it again-we live in a free society wherein you can voice your concerns ! I believe every human being(even anmials)should be treated
      proper!Public speaker Abdul Majeed Askia
      That being the case people protest to urge change and/or that their issues be weighed in the balance.

      • Deano
        October 28, 2011 at 1:28 pm

        Its sad we as a whole no longer follow the founding fathers ideals or documents, we continue to allow the corporate takeover of our governments.. the United States, U.S., United States of America are all corporations not a legal government.. those who think they are free are only as free as the corporation allows them to be free.. this web site will give you an idea… http://www.apfn.org/apfn/secretoath.htm

        • Miffed American
          November 1, 2011 at 9:59 am

          Tell the truth not your version Mr. Askia
          Early Muslim Extremists In American History

          • Jo
            November 1, 2011 at 12:57 pm

            Maybe we could all live under LBC law!

    • Jo
      October 27, 2011 at 11:16 am

      LOL. You WISH CAIR is involved. The Marines stepping in to protect the protesters will find this amusing. Keep trying!

      • Marianne McCourt
        October 27, 2011 at 11:43 am

        I read the article that ‘MiffedAmerican’ posted about CAIR being involved. The funny thing about it is that CAIR is trying to tell everyone that they are part of “the 99%”. Hogwash! They are completely funded by Saudi Arabia oil money and are firmly allied with the 1% who control everything.

        • Jo
          October 27, 2011 at 11:51 am

          No, no they’re not. CAIR was established to fight BIGOTRY against Muslim AMERICAN’S after 9/11. Being as they are AMERICAN’S, they are allowed to worship in any religion they want. And as AMERICAN’S that for the most part of the working, middle class, they to are the 99%.

          Jeez, looks like our very own Taliban, Sherry Marquez and followers are still trying to drum up hatred against fellow American’s! Give it a rest. And be careful, as LBC and their leader Paul Chappell will dress you funnier than any burka from the Middle East.

          • Marianne McCourt
            October 27, 2011 at 12:09 pm

            Who are you talking to? I am a follower of nobody! I am my own person and do not take marching ordersfrom you, Sherry Marquez or anyone else. Are we clear?

  6. joe m
    October 27, 2011 at 1:25 am

    don’t worry about the business on the BLVD they are subsidized by Redeveloment funds, they will be ok, I guess they are like the bankers they are getting money from the govement at the people expense.. don’t worry Rex will have them in the pokee before long, him the sherrif dept have a very close relationship…

  7. Miffed American
    October 25, 2011 at 3:19 pm

    I just bet somebody who posted here loves it. It’s a Cair inspired drive and it’s sad. These poor kids have been deeply violated by the misunderstanding of a group inserting itself with a far deeper sinister plan intended. These stupid kids will one day say what the heck did I do? I thought they were peace loving and now my child is forced to wear a Hijab and Burqua.

    • Abdul Majeed Askia
      October 26, 2011 at 11:22 am

      I am deeply rooted in these united states. My ancestry dates back to the very beginning. I was born and raised here, my father,uncles and
      cousins served in the military as well as I have american Indian/caucasian/african american citizenship!Combined with these facts
      I believe in our system of government,’We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal, that they are endowed with
      certain inalienable rights, among these are life liberty and the pursuit of happiness’.As for religion our constitution clearly states’
      freedom of speech and freedom of relgion. One is at libety to believe
      and/or not believe in religion ! Needless to say with thousands of
      denominations and interpretations that is certainly a good idea! As for
      harming the American public I have no such desire. How would you fair
      with someone associating you with Hitler ? I don’t believe in monarchs,
      royal families, auto-cratic governments and Kings. However, our government oftentimes supports these regimes and help keep them in place! I for one value the freedom that we have in these united sates!
      I have no problem with being on record for the rights of women all around the world and particuarly in Saudia Arabia. I always try not to
      generalize and lump any one eithnic group,religious faith or race into
      one mind set, they all think alike!!!When I speak I speak as a free man,
      as a free thinker with a free mind! In america one has the right and
      the freedom to protest in an orderly way if they choose to do so.America
      is a growing experience, an expanding experience considering all the hurdles and obstacles that we’ve over-came which makes america all the
      more great! As good or as great as we are there is always room for improvement as well as it is paramount we remain vigilant to maintain
      our freedoms and system of government.I respect the youth and their right to assert themselves and make their presence felt. They have a
      legtimate concern and it is most appropriate they share their concerns
      and work it out within the perimeters of their government.I have lectured throughout california and various other states ending up as a
      guest speaker in the white house via the American Muslim council! Here in palmdale I was profiled among people who make a difference as well as
      for several years

      channel three (3 cable) covered inner-active live
      talks conducted at the center United Community Action Net Work encouraging members of our society to strive to be the best person they
      can be regardless of challenges and hardsips!I am an American and I intend to exercise that right and freedom to serve.I refuse to live in fear and intimidation-I encourage everyone to respect life and the rights of others. Public Speaker Abdul Majeed Askia

      • Miffed American
        October 27, 2011 at 7:24 am


        • Abdul Majeed Askia
          October 27, 2011 at 1:16 pm

          I can understand Americans being confused about the sharia, law especially when they look abroad and see people being oppressed in the name of Islam. Islam is a
          universal religion made up of people of every color and
          from every walk of life.Religion has been abused for centuries to en-slave people! The behavior and example
          of prophet Muhammad is totally opposite to preventing
          women from being independent and apart of main-stream
          society. You have a right to be concerned and even to
          critize when you see a system professing a faith that
          denies women the right to vote, drive cars and/or leave
          the country without the consent of their husbands. It
          is one thing to agree on mutual consent but yet another
          to litterally make it a law that you can’t drives unless
          “I”(husband)say so!In fact the whole concept of royal
          family is foriegn to Islam!In Islam there is no superior
          race or class of people ! Superiority is based on submission to God and only God knows best!However, to witness rulers stone and lash people for minor crimes or
          offenses while they(Rulers)usurp all the peoples human
          rights is out rageous!!! Driving a car or drinking wine
          is no comparison to violating the right to protest,to
          vote,to seek office and/or critize the leadership! Yes,you
          are correct to be concerned;however,the above is not
          Islam and is moreso igostistical men oppressing the rights
          of women in the name of God and religion! Many have abused
          religion,professed christians twisted and mis-used the bible to en-slave millions of africans. We have a history
          of segregation and all sorts of evils committed under the
          banner of christianity !!! Religion was used to establish
          race supremacy,racial divisions and exploitation as is used to this very day both by christians and muslims! There are some muslims who seem to think their blood is
          better than all other boold!And of course we have the history of race supremacy in these united states. Therefore, it is not unreasonable to question interpretation of laws and those who interpret the law! However,as is the case there are millions upon millions
          of muslims,christians and jews who are rational,sensible
          and decent people just like anyone else! American provides
          for us the opportunity to learn to live in peace with one
          another.I believe our system of government is closer to
          Islam because of the freedom that it represents! Islam is
          already being practiced with the right to vote!We need to
          learn to dialogue free of anomosity,hatrd,anger,bitterness
          or tunnel vision or limited experience.I would like to believe that I have grasped the purity of all three faiths. With what I have come to understand I believe when
          put into practice you wll have people of peace. Public speaker/Abdul Majeed Askia

          • Jo
            October 27, 2011 at 1:37 pm

            Well said. EVERY religion has those who use their gods to enrich themselves and enslave their followers. Fred Phelps is a perfect example of Christianity taken to an extreme, that I personally believe would make Jesus weep.

            Same holds true for all religions. Best way to choose a church and pastor is to listen to what they have to say about those who don’t belong to their “sect”.

            If they’re preaching hatred and/or superiority over others, whether calling them “heathens” “devils” “unsaved” etc., they are missing what can be found in most religious texts. And that is we are all brothers and sisters in this world. That we need each other. That we together are the answer to our trials of life.

          • Miffed American
            October 27, 2011 at 3:05 pm

            If you truly have Patriots in your lineage then you should respect this nation and agree that Sharia has no place here. I doubt you will ever say that.

  8. Dee in Littlerock
    October 25, 2011 at 1:16 pm

    These ‘Occupy’ folks are protesting in the wrong place … They should be at ‘1600 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC …. We can never compare the ‘Tea Party Movement’ to these OCCUPIERS (OWS)…. At least the Tea Party was/is NON-VIOLENT and clean up afterwards …

    • William
      October 25, 2011 at 1:29 pm

      Yes. The tea partiers wore hats with tea bags hanging from them and held signs saying ‘Keep the government away from my Medicare/Social Security’ and other dumb things. And, they openly carried guns to rallies and beat up a handicaped man. Oh, they’re something.

    • William
      October 25, 2011 at 1:36 pm

      Your comment and similar ones illustrate why these protests NEED to be held on the BLVD or Main Street or anywhere else for that matter. The crooks on WS are only able to do what they do with the support of people like you. N’est-ce pas?

    • Miffed American
      October 25, 2011 at 3:13 pm

      I agree Dee! demand the crookaticians start paying Social Security and when they are done with term limits of course, which should be required they are done. No packages for spouses after they die. They get Social Security like all the rest of us. THEY ARE NOT BETTER THAN ANYONE ELSE!those comapnies hire the government doesnt accept for their own planted like designed cohorts.

  9. Matt Keltner
    October 25, 2011 at 10:29 am

    I think it’s kind of cool that they are doing this here, actually. But I do have some issues with the location and what I believe to be the true motive behind this local event.

    Why Lancaster Blvd.?

    I thought the whole “Occupy Wall Street” movement was about targeting corporate greed? Something is telling me that our local “Occupy” movement here isn’t about corporate greed but about certain people in our community who have an axe to grinde with Mayor Parris.

    If the local Occupants cared about the original message of the Occupy Wall Street movement, then they would be in Palmdale at “retail row” on the corner of 10th Street West and Rancho Vista Blvd. or at the Bank Of America Centre on Business Center Parkway in East Lancaster — because those places are the center of Corporate America in the Antelope Valley! Not Lancaster Blvd!

    Let’s look at Lancaster Blvd more closely:

    They have Giannini’s (small, family-owned)
    Brooklyn Deli (small, family-owned)
    Molly Kate’s (small, family-owned)
    Rae’s cupcakes (small, family-owned)
    Daisy’s Costumes (small, family-owned)
    Lemon Leaf (small, family-owned)
    …you get what I’m saying! About 75-80% of Lancaster Blvd is small and family-owned business and the local Occupy movement wants to create mayhem for them and protest where they are?

    Are you going to change your name to “Occupy Main Street” now? Because, at least in this area, that’s what your doing.

    If you have an axe to grind with Mayor Parris, then come out and say so! Stop masking your contempt behind the facade of a legitimate national movement.

    If you were true to the movement, you sure as heck wouldn’t be on Lancaster Blvd, but instead at one of the more corporate-oriented areas of this Valley that I listed.

    • Marianne McCourt
      October 25, 2011 at 10:55 am

      good point! Even though I live in Palmdale and wouldnt want them coming over here, I can still see what your’e saying.

      • Matt Keltner
        October 25, 2011 at 11:14 am

        Exactly! None of the small, family-owned businesses on Lancaster Blvd. are publicly traded or have anything to do with Wall Street.

        The national-chain, corporate businesses at the A.V. Mall and around the retail corridor on Rancho Vista Blvd., however, are!

        If you get to the root of this, you’ll probably find that it is people who hate Lancaster and hate Rex Parris. And, you know what, that’s OK! But have the cojones to come out and say it and don’t bastardise a good movement to do so.

        • William
          October 25, 2011 at 1:32 pm

          Many cities and towns are being occupied around the nation that don’t have ‘financial centers’ like a Wall Street. They are simply showing support for the OWS wherever they can.

          • Matt Keltner
            October 25, 2011 at 1:58 pm

            Why not “Occupy Palmdale” or “Occupy AV Mall” then?

            Practically every single store in that mall, save for a few of the independent jewelry stores maybe, is a publicly traded entity. Let’s not forget Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Lowes, etc.

            Why not “Occupy Poncitlan Square” since it was the Palmdale Planning Commission who brought these ‘capitalist pigs’ to town in the first place?

            Lets be honest, the reason they are going to Lancaster is because a small but vocal minority of people within the far-Left of the local Democratic Party have a huge beef with Rex Parris. The “Occupy” movement is simply a convenient facade for them to go after Rex once more.

            Like I said, they need to just come out and admit it! Admit that they hate Lancaster, hate everything Rex has done, hate ‘the BLVD’, etc., etc. and don’t use “Occupy” as an excuse.

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 3:59 pm

            Maybe it’s Lancaster’s $218 million redevelopment debt. It IS the people’s cash. Our property taxes have funded the blvd. make over. Although I sympathize with the small business owners on the blvd, it’s Rex’s spending that needs to be addressed. When 7 million alone has been funneled into churches that support Rex, (our money), when it’s Rex putting developers names in bronze, instead of the children from the AV fighting and dying in our wars, when Rex refuses to acknowledge citizens speaking at city council meetings, when it’s Rex attacking the poorest in our city, (homeless shelter, section 8) I got to ask what’s the difference between him and wall street?

            Just because you consider this attacks against Rex, that people are going to Lancaster as OWS, because Rex is a perfect example of those with, attacking those W/O. I hope they camp in front of city hall. Rex is a perfect example of the double standards in America concerning the richest vs the poorest.

          • Marianne McCourt
            October 25, 2011 at 4:08 pm

            so you pretty much confirmed what Matt was saying then, that this is about grinding your axe with Rex and not truly about the “occupy” gathering. Try to stretch it as much as you want but thats what it boils down to. Funny!

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 5:32 pm

            I haven’t confirmed anything, AS I’M NOT OCCUPY LANCASTER!!! Who or why they decide to occupy anything up here is beyond anything I think, as I neither know those putting this on, or involved in the movement.

            My point is Rex would appear to be the exact reason the youth of the country are taking a stand. I guess what you all are saying is if this group decides to occupy Lancaster, it’s because they don’t like rex’s haircut.

            So you all are using others personal dislike of Rex to make it appear that there is no funny business going on with public funds in town and want to marginalize any local demonstrations as just dislike for a mayor. So, you all seem to be worried that Rex may have someone be against him. And if he’s your guy, more power to you! Defend him all you want. I’m saying the kids have every reason to occupy Lancaster, and more power to them. Rex can suck it up. I’m sure he’s happy your here, trying to nip this in the bud! God knows he needs it!

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 7:18 pm

            Nice excuse lady! Have you got anymore you want to come up with?

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 7:40 pm

            Quit pretending that your Occutard demo is being put on by “kids” ! You Occutards are funny! How long will it take you and your old as dirt buddies to hobble over to City Hall on Saturday so you can scream at Rex – AGAIN?????… I hope they have some tie dyed depends there waiting for your sorry old butts!

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 10:03 pm

            WOW!!! Something of a nasty bitter old man, aren’t ya? Are rainbow depends something you rely on regularly? You are a perfect example of what’s wrong with this valley. Just another bitter, nasty old man who is so incredibly ugly, that every thing you observe in life is painted ugly.

            BTW better let your fellow unhappy bitter friends know that they’re only supporting Cain because of white guilt. In your world, it’s all about color and race, RIGHT? And it’s only white folk being discriminated against.

            Guess there are no thinking people in your world. Sad.

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 10:34 pm

            Nope. Not old at all but I’ve heard you are. Heard you look somewhat like a washed up truckstop hooker too, complete with cigarette odor! Keep it coming, baby!

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 11:48 pm

            Again WOW! This is “Miguel A. Rivera”. This isn’t about anything being discussed here. This is all about your being pissed at someone who must of turned you down at some point, and attacking their “do-ablity”. Well good for them!!! Since your only argument, whether we’re talking Obama, Section 8 or OWS is all about how somebuddy isn’t looking like what you think they should look like. I hope you’re not old, as this is expected of any teenager out there. They must of really really hurt your feelings, to be so obsessed. Poor baby.

            Guess the real question is what did they do to you, and why do you think a public forum like this is the proper place for your diarrhea of emotions, do to rejection, to be aired? Hey, do you work for the city of Lancaster?? You got employee (follower) written all over you!

        • William
          October 25, 2011 at 8:23 pm

          Matt. The BLVD is the ‘heart of the Antelope Valley’. Parris said so. So, maybe that’s why it’s being occupied. You gotta do some thinking. You know, put 2 and 2 together.

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 10:04 pm

            William is correct, as Rex has made it clear that the blvd represents money and power in the AV.

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 10:31 pm

            When did he say that? Quote him! I want the time, date and source.

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 11:51 pm

            Do your own homework. (getting off your ass may trim you down a bit) Your self-esteem will grow if you actually do something with your life.

          • jpsephine
            October 27, 2011 at 1:10 am

            they are going to get arrested, the Mayor does not put up with this kind of stuff, they just has someone arrested at City Hall for speaking on thier meetings, just be ready….

        • jpsephine
          October 27, 2011 at 1:16 am

          Don’t worry Parris will throw them in jail soon enough, just watch, they just send to jail someone for speaking at the City coucil meetings…

    • jpsephine
      October 27, 2011 at 1:13 am

      don’t worry they will all be in jail before long, they just arrested someone for speaking at City Hall meetings, just get ready and watch…
      the Mayor is not going to put up with this he has battle tougher duds, remember the bikers?

    • William
      October 27, 2011 at 2:45 am

      I think what Matt fails to notice is that many more residents of Lancaster aren’t happy with their leadership at City Hall while it’s not quite the same in Palmdale, hence, the protest is where it should be – in that fabulous ‘Christian Community’ that acts like a totalitarian regime.

  10. Marianne McCourt
    October 25, 2011 at 9:57 am

    This is the same day that the city is supposed to be setting up for the halloween thingy on the Blvd. Did these “occupy” people give that any consideration? I am sure the city workers will appreciate the “occupy” people screaming yelling and cursing at them while they try to set everything up. Not!

    • William
      October 25, 2011 at 8:26 pm

      Yes. We will probably have a double dip recession and Lancaster is mainly concerned with a Halloween event. What was that about Nero fiddling? Don’t worry. Parris won’t suffer no matter how bad the economy.

  11. Abdul Majeed Askia/Public Speaker
    October 25, 2011 at 9:09 am

    There is a new generation of people that see people as one. They have a
    greater regards for humanity and good will.They are paying attention to the
    state of the nation here and around the world. They have passion to serve
    and make a difference in behalf of the whole. Their spirits are high and
    full of energy. They got the right stuff to take us to the next level. It
    is a good thing. I love it when I see people fully alive with drive,ambition,determination,focus and a will to bring people together across racial,cultural,political,religious and economic lines. People the
    new generation is at hand. Recognize the growth and the change.One step,one
    day,one week and one year at a time is a move toward making the world a better place for us all.Everyday there is something new.As long as I am on
    this planet I want to say and do something positive, to make this journey
    meaningful, of some importance.Change is in the making. Abdul Majeed Askia
    palmdale,Ca.public speaker 3239459589

    • Ray Jay
      October 25, 2011 at 9:42 am

      “Peace, love, rainbows, the new generation…” yeah yeah yeah! We have heard it all before!

      1st Protestor-
      My bachelors degree in Basket Weaving with a minor in Near-Eastern Tribal Archaeology isnt panning out with the career I wanted, what do I do? Eeeeek!!! Uncle Sam come save me! Bail me out! Occupy! Occupy!

      2nd Protestor-
      My e.b.t. card be useless! I should be able to buy me some real estate with this thing! I thought Obama was gonna hand out money and thats why I voted for him! Somebody about to get they nose broked up in here! I need me a mansion! Who says I have to work?!! Occupy! Occupy!

      3rd Protestor-
      Everything is Bush’s fault! Bush caused global warming! Bush causes little children in Uganda to suffer! Bush caused me to get crabs and I had to shave my bush! Occupy! Occupy!

      4th Protestor-
      Where’s my stash dude? I need to spoke a bowl man! You want to join me? Nah man, dont worry about those sores on my lips, doc says its probably not herpes! Wanna hit this? Occupy! Occupy! Occupy!

      Altogether now-
      Occupy! Occupy! Occupy! Occupy! ….

      • Palmdale_Steve
        October 25, 2011 at 1:04 pm

        Oh my…TRex is not going to be happy that these people are besmirching the reputation of his “Christian City”.

    • Miffed American
      October 25, 2011 at 12:20 pm

      God help us. Thes poor kids have no clue.

      • Matt Keltner
        October 25, 2011 at 1:03 pm

        I don’t think they’re all like that, not from what I have seen. I saw footage of a couple of Occupy demonstrations in San Jose and Walnut Creek and they looked pretty legitimate. I think that they consisted of people who are truly sick of the status quo in government, just like their counterparts in the Tea Party.

        However, I remain highly suspicious of what is planned in Lancaster simply because of where it is and who I suspect are behind it.

  12. T. Patterson
    October 25, 2011 at 12:33 am

    Great! The Occutards are coming to town!

    • Jo
      October 25, 2011 at 1:46 am

      And if they were tea partiers you would call them teatards?

      • T. Patterson
        October 25, 2011 at 8:52 am

        Yeah I probably would. But you Occutards are really, really lame! The teatards were protesting 2 years ago and you all talked a good mess about them. but the truth is that you were a lil’ jealous and a lil’ bit scared of em’. So now you’ve gotta copy the teatards, except the teatards were a hell of a lot more effective and a lot less trashy. And you Occutards are all so, so, so dumb! You voted for this Wall Street scheister named Barack Obama and you’ve been sold a bill of goods but you won’t go stand in front of 1600 Pennsylvannia Ave or at the National Mall (where the teatards did) because you’re all so stoned out and brain dead and love your ‘Mein Obama’ to death even though he screwed you harder than the GOP!

        • Jo
          October 25, 2011 at 4:03 pm

          Really? You might want to study your history. The tea party has been around since a black man took office. The left has been hitting the streets for years. But they aren’t covered on fox, so you probably missed it.

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 4:14 pm

            I dont watch Fox, nice attempt at an ad hominem though! the true roots of the Tea Party are actually in the Libertarian Party. The Tea Party was an active libertarian movement that was taken over by Republicans.

            a black man took office? Last I heard he was half white! But someone like you probably voted for him because you thought he was black and you thought it would assuage your own sense of white guilt, huh?

          • Jo
            October 25, 2011 at 5:38 pm

            Assuming I’m white? Doesn’t matter where they came together, they didn’t get public notice till they tapped into that root of racism and hatred of the left. And they allowed the right to take them over, so whatever the stand for NOW, is basically no taxes. Haven’t heard anything else out of their mouths for over 2 years now. Just the way it is. Regardless of what you want it to be! The teaparty is the republican party!

          • T. Patterson
            October 25, 2011 at 7:30 pm

            And it looks like the cats out of the bag in more ways than one! Since you all but revealed that your Occutard demo is about going after Rex. How deep!!! Haha! Well at least your “transparent” I guess.

  13. William
    October 25, 2011 at 12:26 am

    The lobbyists who write all the tax loopholes for the republicans to legislate now want to reform the tax system. I don’t trust them one bit.

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