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Occupiers’ Los Angeles Protests Results in Budget Cuts

Posted by Steve Markowitz on December 22, 2011

The Occupy movement has gained traction across United States over the months since they began, but they have yet to coalesce around announced goals or objectives.  More recently the movement created the theme “We are the 99%” indicating disapproval on wealthier Americans.  However, the Occupiers offer little in solutions beyond a general theme that those that have should give to those that have less.  This is poorly camouflaged Socialism which is proven a failure in redistributing wealth in the long-term so many times in the past.

An example of the misplaced actions of the Occupy movement was reported yesterday by CBS Los Angeles.  The City of Los Angeles’ Mayor Villaraigosa announced he is required to cut the budget due to costs incurred as a result of the Occupy protests in Los Angeles.  This includes $400,000 to repair City Hall’s lawn damaged by Occupiers and $700,000 for the police action required to clear out the Occupiers.  In addition there were heavy cost for hauling away debris and cleaning graffiti from the defaced City Hall walls and trees.

The cuts required to Los Angeles’ budget will hurt the most needy in that city.  Such acts bring into question the true motivations behind the Occupy movement.  It also makes a shambles of the Leftist media’s attempt to compare the Occupiers with Tea Partiers.

The real enemy of both the Occupiers with Tea Partiers is the same; an out-of-control government that is run by politicians and bureaucrats more interested in perpetuating their own wealth and power and the good of the Country

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