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Judge Napolitano: An Open Letter To “Occupy Wall Street” Protesters

Once again the judge slams one out of the park.  In an open letter to Wall Street protesters, Judge Napolitano explain how these protesters are being manipulated by the left.  He defends their right to protest the government, he just believes they are missing the target.  Check out his open letter to the protesters in the below clip.

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Look I have not made it a secret about how I feel about these protesters.  I have said from day one that many of them are nothing more than Marxists who hate capitalism.  I believe many of them are misinformed and misguided.  Their ignorance have made them easy targets for the left and has allowed them to be manipulated by leftist organizations and this is the saddest thing of all.  I can find agreement with them in regards to evils of the Federal Reserve and corporatism.  I just don’t believe marching or occupying Wall Street is the answer.  If they really wanted to make a difference the should march of “K” street in D.C.  At least then they would be directing their grievances towards the right target.  Wall Street can only get away with the things they do because government has set the rules of the game and they are just playing within the parameters of these rules.  I respect their right to “peacefully” protest the government.  I just think they went about this the wrong way.  They are being mislead by the likes of Van Jones and Francis Fox Piven who desire this type of chaos to spark a revolution.  The truth is each day they are out there standing side by side with socialists and communists they lose credibility.  If they want me to start listening they need to separate themselves from these radical fringe elements of the left.  Until they take this action, I like many other Americans, just can’t buy what they’re trying to sell.

Liberty forever, freedom for all!

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  • Silverfiddle October 14, 2011 at 7:00 AM

    If they really wanted to make a difference the should march of “K” street in D.C.

    Amen!

    I also like the Judge’s agenda:

    * End The Fed
    * End the Wars
    * End the Income Tax

    That last one is what will hang up the progressives. Their agenda relies on Other People’s Money
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  • Jim at Conservatives on Fire October 14, 2011 at 9:01 AM

    The judge nailed it! I can only echo Silverfiddle’s comment. great post, John.

  • Steve Dennis October 15, 2011 at 9:25 PM

    I agree with your assessment of this movement:This movement has all the makings of a communist revolution and while there may some true communists in this protest I feel the majority of these people simply do not understand what that they are promoting a communist/Marxist revolution and that is an indictment of our education system. Like you and the good judge, I do not condemn these people for protesting and support their right to do so but I feel as if they are misguided and are protesting the wrong entity.
    The good judge has hit another homerun and if he were to run for president I think he would win my vote.
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    • John Carey October 17, 2011 at 12:43 AM

      The problem is their ignorance Steve. They can easily be manipulated because they have either been exposed to on ideology or they simply do not know. This is going to be a long battle to help lift their ignorance.
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  • John Carey October 17, 2011 at 12:40 AM

    This is why we must continue to expose these people for who they are. So more Americans will see and wake up.
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