03 November 2011

Dope and Change!

I'm all for universal suffrage... but do junkies even vote?
Needle Park (1971 - Al Pacino)

Reports emanating from the stench that is #OccupyPortland are exposing rampant drug use amongst the protesters and
-according to one witness- organizers and even security staff (!), creating a lawless atmosphere in which few feel safe, except for those too high to care. And we're not just talking about a little bit here, as heroin needles can be found littering the park while many of the tents smell like a Jamaican dance hall.

The Woodstock atmosphere seems to be weighing heavily on more purposeful political types at the event  too, as who's going to take seriously a bunch of hyper-stoned idiots?

Maybe the MSM, but not me... (foul language alert!):


Mark Adams said...

You got to wonder, are law enforcement waiting it see if old man winter does the trick, or are they just buying in to the notion that somehow this their 2nd amendment rights.
It's probably going to take someone getting killed for the cops to bust this up, nationwide.

Mark Adams said...

Sorry -1st amendment- ..... coffees still brewing. :)

Randy-g said...

The Woodstock crowd was no where near the lunatic crowd this freakshow is.

Adrienne said...

I don't understand why this is being allowed to continue. Don't the taxpaying citizens of these cities have any rights? If this was going on in my city, I would be rounding up an attorney to sue the city for not upholding laws and discriminatory behavior.

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

If this were my town, I would be demanding action or start city council impeachment action.

Reaganite Republican said...

Yep, time to crack heads
I am with you all, and Adrienne RIGHT ON.

If my shop got trashed, I'd sue the city for allowing this to ferment for political fashion or whatever harebrained reason they feel has excused them from protecting people and property.

Outside of our idiot president endorsing them, what other reason for allowing totally useless nothings to cause the rest of us trouble for so long? Isn't the park is supposed to be there for everybody...

Anonymous said...

I may be in the minority here but being this country was founded upon protest i think its a wonderful expression of frustration with the system, albeit poorly communicated. And these words we use to describe the protesters are probably similar to the ones King George used to describe our early revolutionaries and the boys who had that tea party. Considering the bill they are receiving from the older generation they indeed do have the right to express oneself. Unless of course we've entered an era of fascism.


Reaganite Republican said...

Uh, the whole post is about the serious old lib in the video who said everybody there is stoned off their ass

Now quite a bit of violence in Oakland too... that's what we're talking about.

If these losers could behave themselves like the TEA Party, I wouldn't have to be writing a post about what a bunch of dangerous junkies they are, would I

It has nothing to do with freedom of speech and you know it

Teresa said...

This kind of lawlessness poses a danger to the public. These hooligans and their shenanigans need to be stopped. City officials need to start doing their jobs and protecting citizens. If not, I can see a load of lawsuits being brought against the city.

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