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Matt Bors for December 14, 2011

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    doc white  over 7 years ago

    We have been doing that for a very long time.

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    Thrangor  over 7 years ago

    To be funny it should have some truth to it.

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    Spyderred  over 7 years ago

    The idea is that homeless are more tolerated by authority than citizens peacefully assembled to express political ideas that Wall Street and the police who work for it doesn’t like.

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    Dtroutma Premium Member over 7 years ago

    Actually, my brother-in-law is a bit of a drunk, and while finding many a “friendly” park bench, he found it was a VERY bad idea on the Palos Verde park bench, something about that “up scale” neighborhood being less friendly, and a ticket to jail.

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    pam Miner Premium Member over 7 years ago

    A fascist totalitarian is is a authoritarian totalitarian, is all the same.

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    aguirra3  over 7 years ago

    I used to live in a very liberal town where sleeping in public was illegal..when I lived in a much more conservative town, people used to feed the homeless…so this must be in a conservative neighborhood.

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    BrianCrook  over 7 years ago

    The Occupy Movement has highlighted the class warfare that the rich wage against the rest of us. The rich already own the Republican Party and a big piece of the Democratic Party.In 2012, we must elect progressive candidates who will tax the rich, close corporate loopholes, cut the military budget, and spend money to help America & Americans.

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    Jason Allen  over 7 years ago

    “I have heard that most of the homeless CHOOSE that lifestyle, living under a bridge is preferable to a nice place to sleep.”And I heard “Mikey” from the Life cereal commercials died when he mixed Mentos and Coca-Cola. What’s your point?

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    aguirra3  over 7 years ago

    Don’t forget the libs in the ACLU who also wanted those places shut down

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    lfcathy  over 7 years ago

    Of course they want to be homeless. Who wouldn’t want to sleep under the stars, or stay huddled around the ole camp fire/trash barrel, while they eat half eaten thrown away gourmet slop? I mean wouldn’t anyone in their right mind prefer that, to a warm or cool home depending upon the season? Oh that’s right many of them are not in their right mind. Of course it is all Reagan’s fault for putting them out of the mental hospitals. — Especially since there have been no other presidents since then that have had the balls to seek real change and advocate for those who are unable to advocate for themselves.

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    grayhares01  over 7 years ago

    I definitely want to go back to the late 70’s before Reagan. When there weren’t any homeless or poor in America…

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