10 Differences Between OWS and The Tea Party

from BusinessPundit

The media is having a field day when it comes to reporting on Occupy Wall Street (OWS).  Presented with a neat and clean narrative that they can hysterically massage into a controversy, they’ve delightfully contrasted Occupy Wall Street with the Tea Party protests. To hear lazy reporters talk, one would think that the hundreds of thousands of OWS protestors across the world could be easily compared to the relatively tiny Tea Party movement that’s despised abroad and is generally unpopular even in the US.  While they share the common vein of being angry at the current system and the direction the country is heading, most of the similarities end there.

To put it plainly, OWS is paying and the Tea Party is collecting, and then the Tea Party is complaining about the taxes while reaping the benefits and furiously denying them to others.   Especially in this light, it’s no wonder that OWS has ballooned, one of its largest protests so far in Oakland has grown to well over 100,000 people.

Tea Partiers are no more than “useful idiots” for the Kochs’ planned Oligarchy – which would enable them, & similar 1%’ers, to rape the US as the Oligarchs raped Yeltsin’s Russia in the 1990’s.

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