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For another thing, the top one to two percent of this country have decided that they need to keep their wealth—not spend it on job creation, what an effing myth that is—so they can live higher on the hog, and the middle class, which they disdain and have decimated, and the poor—who got that way through all fault of their own—can wallow in the gutter of American Exceptionalism.
The minute I saw an NYPD white shirt named Anthony Bologna pepper-spray women who were committing the crime of standing on a sidewalk, I wanted to grab my kaffiyeh and head up there. When I saw a twelve year old girl in handcuffs, I wanted to set fire to the barricades and shut the effing place down.
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When I watched the police trick demonstrators onto the causeway of the Brooklyn Bridge then arrest of them for blocking traffic, I was ready to tear the place down. Forty years ago, I marched in some of the greatest demonstrations in the history of this country, and we turned the opinion of the country on a war, and we brought down a lying, corrupt president. Then, we moved on.
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We got jobs and houses and mortgages, swelled the middle class, and we let others—though not many of them—do the demonstrating thing. Only they get to live the high life and how dare we mere peons aspire to emulate them and live comfortably? We have lost our compassion in this country. We blame the poor and the dwindling middle class for the woes rampant, unregulated capitalism has created.
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