Sunday, September 2, 2012

The DNC Toilet Bowl is Starting to Fill Up in Charlotte

The DNC toilet bowl is starting to fill up. Protestors and teat squawkers are squatting on public property in anticipation of the party of panderers to renominate King Barack Hussein Obama as their champion for everything un-American.

By 5 p.m. Saturday, campers had set up about 20 tents at the park. About 50 campers were seen at the camp during the day. Occupy Charlotte spokesman Michael Zytkow said he wasn’t sure how many protesters would ultimately wind up camping there, but “it could be hundreds.”

The protesters plan to join Sunday’s March on Wall Street South, which organizers hope will draw thousands

Even foreigners have decided to participate. Illegal aliens riding the UndocuBus have come to plant their flag and demand their share of the pie. According to these colonizers, they have Human Rights that supersede U.S. laws and sovereignty. And they want them now!

Today, more than 700 malcontents marched through the streets of Charlotte

For many protesters, Charlotte’s a natural target.

Organizers have said they want to make a major stand in Charlotte because it is the nation’s second-largest financial center, after New York City. Protesters for the Occupy movement and other causes argue that the big banks have done too little to prevent home foreclosures, saddled students with high-interest loans and funded environmentally destructive practices.

North Carolina’s right-to-work laws have inflamed union activists, and the city’s burgeoning Hispanic population has brought immigration issues to the fore.

Some environmental groups, meanwhile, have targeted Duke Energy, which they view as a major polluter.

Duke has drawn protesters’ ire for its use of coal and for its investments in nuclear energy. They have called on the company to focus its resources on renewable energy sources, such as wind and solar power, which generate fewer emissions and less waste.

Duke says its critics fail to acknowledge the company’s efforts to retire its oldest, dirtiest coal-fired power plants and invest in cleaner technologies.

Duke has come under fire for its reliance on coal, a major source of air pollution, and for two rate hikes since 2009

It’s too bad we couldn’t flush this human debris down the Bank of America stadium toilet. I don’t believe the drain is big enough to accomodate these turds.

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