A=arraign; arrears; arrests
Many came to Occupy Wall Street because they are in arrears, only to be arrested, some even arraigned.
B=Bloomberg; Brookfield Properties; Brooklyn Bridge
Bloomberg and his buddies at Brookfield were dismayed when the mass arrests on the Brooklyn Bridge failed to stop the protests.
C=commune; cops; corporations
While some folks are creating a commune, cops are protecting corporations.
D=democracy, American; democracy, direct
American democracy is controlled by political parties that respond to money, whereas direct democracy is handled by participants answering to each other.
E=exhilaration; existentialism; experience
Joining together with your fellow 99 percenters can be an exhilarating existential experience.
F=freedom of speech; free market
“Fuck that free-market nonsense,” the protesters say, exercising their right to free speech.
Many who gripe about the OWS protests need to get a grip.
Donated supplies continue to hydrate the Hydra.
I pledge allegiance to Occupy Wall Street, and to the democracy for which it stands, indivisible, with liberty and justice for the 99 percent.
Don’t let the jackboots turn you into Jacobins.
K=Kelly, Ray; kettling
Kelly and his keepers keep on kettling.
At the risk of seeming ridiculous, let me echo Che’s statement: “At the risk of seeming ridiculous, let me say that the true revolutionary is guided by a great feeling of love.”
A question for the banks: “Where’s the money, Money?”
We are the 99 percent; You are the 99 percent—and all of us will gain nothing from 9-9-9 or any other nefarious nostrums.
The lack of meaningful occupations has led many twenty-somethings to join the Occupation.
Lots of folks in the one percent will gladly tell you that they are part of the middle class.
Ending inequality may seem like a quixotic quest, but the fight has to start somewhere.
R=revel; revelation; revolution
Many revel in the revelation that a revolution is upon us.
American democracy is in shambles, and it’s a shame.
The Tea Party is astroturf, but OWS is grassroots.
Rather than accept business as usual, OWS usurped national attention.
If there’s one flick that all the protesters seem to like, it’s V for Vendetta.
If there’s one place that none of the protesters seem to like, it’s Wall Street.
If there’s one radical figure that nobody on Wall Street likes, it’s Malcolm X.
When OWS protesters channel the spirit of Abbie Hoffman and the Yippies, yuppies get nervous.
Though it sounds like an Italian restaurant, Zuccotti Park is actually the site of the New York City Commune.