More Occupy Wall Street action, as endorsed by President Obama (election day can’t come soon enough).

Here are some Portland, Oregon occupiers passing off what sounds like a train wreck for a song that we’re supposed to believe represents 99% of the country: F*#k the USA.

Not exactly Lee Greenwood, is it?

Speaking of that, here’s a palate cleanser — a little Kryptonite to ward off the evil commie spirits:


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Oh what the hell… let’s keep piling on until some leftist heads explode:

(h/t Joyanna Adams)

Comments

4 Responses to “‘F*#k the USA’: The 99%?”

  1. Hyperfobea on October 17th, 2011 2:27 pm

    This may be an ineffectual analogy, but a country, not entirely unlike an automobile, is an inanimate entity. Ergo expletives directed at "it" really are meant for the animate entity controlling it.

  2. Pasadena Phil on October 18th, 2011 12:26 am

    Maybe they just don't get Team America's rallying cry. It's "America! #%$k yeah!"

  3. Marshall_Will on October 18th, 2011 1:22 am

    Hyper,

    It's close enough. We go thru this at MM's all the time! Some scumbag will post, "Typical of this Malkin bro@d, she praises Margaret Thatcher but glosses over contributions by MLK, Nelson Mandela!"

    And then magically -another- ( known troll ) posts just below and chimes in with "I; Joe Scumbag the Toll, do NOT approve of that comment!"

    Well then whyTF did you just MAKE it! If they want to just come right out and say "F*&k the GOP!" or, My Parents that just cut me OFF! then FINE. Come out and SAY it. With this crowd, what about them doesn't scream cheapshot?

  4. joyannaadams on October 18th, 2011 5:28 pm

    The difference between the three video's is that the musicians in the first ones have an IQ of maybe a goat…..the guy standing there with the drumsticks has the IQ of a roach in heat.

    Having said that…I was watching the kids sliding in the mud at Woodstock, (the movie) And they were beating drums and chanting…which provides more proof that evolution is a fraud.

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