Flea-Bagger Wall Street Protester: "Help us now!" Will DUmmies respond?
This may be the most moving, impassioned plea I have seen in quite a while. I mean this VIDEO, "Flea Bagger Wall Street Protester Laments and Gnashes Teeth! LMAO!!" Here's a transcript:
Shaggy: Help us now! Help us now! Help us, they don't want to do this! F*** these people up there! F*** these @$$holes in their f***ing yachts! They aren't in there, and they aren't in our country! They are not American! Get them the f*** out of here! Get them the f*** out of here! This is ours! This is Liberty Plaza!
Shaggy: F*** yeah. We love you, OK? So just stay calm. Don't be violent. Hehehe, alright?
(Thank you, thank you.)
Shaggy: We are strong! We are strong! Do you see how strong we are? This should've gotten so worse. But we are taking it farther. We are taking it farther, like the future cars we're gonna have, more mileage and more sustainable stars than on the flag. We are gonna make our forefathers feel like they are our dads, and not sad and rolling in the grave, because we are going to save our country! Save our country! Save our country! Come with us!
(Come with us!)
Shaggy: Do you feel this? Because we feel you! We are making history.
Velma: Come, join us now! We need your help! This is not the way America is supposed to be!
Shaggy and Velma, we hear your cry for help! And so, I'm sure, do the DUmmies! DUAC! DUAC! Help is on the way! Your sisters and brothers in DUmmieland are STREAMING to Wall Street, even as we speak, to STAND WITH YOU as you make history, for you are truly SPEAKING TRUTH TO POWER! F*** YEAH!
We will sample from here and there in DUmmieland to see the throngs of 99%ers heading now, RUSHING, to STAND WITH SHAGGY AND VELMA! No DUmmie left behind, I'm sure!
Come join us now as we witness this MASS MOVEMENT, IN ACTION, in Bolshevik Red, while the commentary of your humble guest correspondent, Charles Henrickson, unable to recall a more moving, impassioned plea than that of Shaggy and Velma, is in the [brackets]:
Occupy Where-I-Am 2.0
[Huh? What? Don't you mean "Occupy-Where-Shaggy-and-Velma-Are"? Didn't you hear their impassioned plea?]
Can't get to New York?
[How can you SAY that? Who in their left mind would NOT be RUSHING toward New York RIGHT NOW? They NEED you!]
Find a message you like online and print it out. Or grab a marker and write your own message on a piece of paper. Put it in your window. Or on the dashboard of your car.
[A piece of paper on your dashboard. I can't believe it. THIS is what DUmmieland has come to??]
We don't have to be "there" to make our voices heard. We really can stand shoulder-to-shoulder in a spirit of solidarity, no matter where we are.
["Help us now! Help us now!" Can't you HEAR the cry of Shaggy? "Come, join us now! We need your help!" They NEED you! Velma needs you! Oh, how can you let them down, O ye of little zeal? You think printing off THIS is the same as standing shoulder-to-shoulder?]
Solidarity thread for occupiers facing eviction tonight and tomorrow....
[Alright, NOW we will see the DUmmies moving en masse to New York to stand in SOLIDARITY with their sisters and brothers, shoulder-to-shoulder, locking arms and shouting, in defiance, "WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED!"]
Stay safe, stay focused, stay put. Stand your ground!
[Yes! Righteous! Stand your ground before The Man! All of us, there, together, locking arms, an immovable wall on Wall Street! WE SHALL NOT BE MOVED!]
Kick and rec if you can't be at an occupation tonight but you stand with the 99% nonetheless.
[Huh? What? Not again!!]
They can move people around, but they can't shut down an idea.
[You can't even move your sorry ass off the couch!]
I'd give you wiggly fingers (sparkling) in support and solidarity...but we don't have that emoticon. So I'll just have to K&R. We really do need a sparkling emoticon.
[What is WITH you people??]
Solidarity. Will be there physically, as well (although not tonight).
[Tonight I'm washing my hair.]
I hope single occupiers find each other and become new lovers.
[OK, well, that's some incentive to get there, I suppose.]
[Unity! Laxity! Frito-Lay!]
This may be a turning point.
[A tipping point, even!]
I feel guilty typing this from the comfort of my house although I physically cannot camp out.
[Is this how the Bolsheviks toppled the czars?? I mean, COME ON!]
I've got no car to get me to an occupation. . . .
[In fact, I've got no occupation.]
I would join you if I could.
[But, I guess you're on your own, Shaggy and Velma! Lotsa luck when the jackbooted thugs knock you on the head! We'll be thinking of you!]
We are with you!
[Or, we WOULD be with you, except I heard it's gonna get pretty chilly there at night, and maybe even some rain, and then there's the issue of who's gonna take care of my cat. . . .]