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#159 - xredsoxmuffin (07/06/2013) [+] (5 replies)
That is so true, if you are "poor" how can you afford a $500 iPad or iPhone?
That is so true, if you are "poor" how can you afford a $500 iPad or iPhone?
#130 - sloot (07/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
So those born into a family that have built a dynasty and have immense wealth and teach their following generations of kids/family how to properly invest their money to earn interest and and turn it into even more money (all the while investing into other companies and helping them grow and stimulate the economy thus creating more jobs) are just privileged ass holes who should have to work a ****** job? Sounds like a lot of people are just but-hurt and resentful that their family couldn't do the same... My dad grew up poor and worked his whole life after getting his engineering degree and getting his master'sin business paid for because he worked full time in a tile factory while in college... Yeah rich people are ******* assholes...
#190 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
It's rather hilarious that something like this made it to the frontpage when probably the majority of all funnyjunkers have a relatively low income.
Why must so many low class people act like rich men?
#197 to #196 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Because 12 year olds doesn't usually have a big income..
#134 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [+] (17 replies)
democrats in a nutshell
User avatar #168 to #134 - zorororonoa (07/06/2013) [-]
In all honesty, both of the political parties are ****** up in their own way. That is why I am independent. If I see a president who I think will run the country well, I will vote for him. Political parties are just ******** that is dividing the country.
#117 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Kinda unfair to compare the abusively rich thieves at Wall St against the unemployed hipster with middle-class parents...
#113 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Does breaking down political/ideological statements while ignoring the clear distinctions into a comic format filled with fallacies then running with it make us any better than Tumbler?....Yes, Yes it does, but not by enough.
#107 - pebar ONLINE (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#41 - tieze (07/06/2013) [-]
i think a che shirt would be way to mainstream for that faggot
#37 - rzrback (07/06/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Can someone explain to me what this 'Occupy Wall Street' is? I've never caught on to what it's about and why there's a big thing about it.
#153 - comentator (07/06/2013) [-]
MFW people try to be equal between themselves.
#122 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Occupy was a ******* joke. They have legitimate reasons to be angry. The fractional reserve system giving disproportionate opportunity to those with money. The constant wealth growth resulting in exponential growth for the rich while the poor simply have their wages inflated. Hell the student loan system is broken. But what did they say?

User avatar #119 - navywannabe (07/06/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I still don't get the whole "occupy Wall Street" thing. Well I mean I kind of get it, but I need some clearing up. Aren't the people who work wall street Capatalists? If so, then Capatalism is where if you work hard then you should reap the benefits of a job well done. Isn't that what they are doing? If so, then I see nothing wrong with it. But if that's not the case then tell me what I am missing. I come here to ask a real question, and I don't want to start any fights.
#127 to #119 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Capitalism isn't about working hard, really, it's about economic competition and maximising profits. Basically, those who work hard (e.g. construction) earn inconceivably less than those who don't work at all (e.g. mayor shareholders without an actual seat). Thus, wealth accumulates, but in a very polarised way.
Wall Street represents the companies, not as much the individuals, that accumulate this wealth without actually working for it. While the individuals on Wall Street do work, a lot of the profits go to such shareholders.
User avatar #173 - stringfingerable ONLINE (07/06/2013) [-]
That guy's face reminds me of Randy Blythe.
#120 - anonymous (07/06/2013) [-]
Well, the movement is to get the very rich 20% (if the 80-20 rule is true, probably actually 95-5) to give to the poorest people. I don't agree with it, but I just wanted to say that the people doing that are not saying everyone gives an expensive item to a nearby bum. It's more Robin Hood style, but rather than stealing, it's just being the hippie of today.
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#45 - blakhawk (07/06/2013) [+] (1 reply)
You can find videos of protesters donating to the homeless. Besides, what would a homeless person do with an Ipad?
User avatar #43 - Soviet Savior (07/06/2013) [-]
I live in Fresno California. we had a big occupy wallstreet rally but absolutely nobody paid them any attention. lather that night a local news reporter said that when the protest leader contact the city government, the mayor told them to quit calling themselves "occupy Fresno" they can just have the city.
User avatar #14 - PubLandlord (07/06/2013) [-]
Why lobby Wall Street , lobby your congress or the senate to impose more banking regulations ...

Oh wait, that might impact on your ******** American freedom ideology
#3 - heraske has deleted their comment [+] (5 replies)
User avatar #35 to #3 - harrythepinkiepie **User deleted account** (07/06/2013) [-]
Look at this faggot, he's deleted his comment
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User avatar #74 to #30 - KazumaKyu (07/06/2013) [-]
Another fool who has no idea what he's nattering on about.
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