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Xeni Jardin at 12:33 pm Tue, Nov 15, 2011
Thank you, Xeni. The struggle continues…
What’s happened since: Within hours, the National Lawyers Guild obtained a court order allowing the Occupy movement to return to Zuccotti Park. Hundreds of protesters proceeded to march back to the site of their camp and demanded to be let back in. But police refused to comply.
We need to send in the National Guard to force those cops to comply with the court order and get out of the way and any cops that resist need to be put in jail.
Uh… we do not need martial law.
NYC could use a new police chief and a new precinct head, as well as a few better liars. .
No need for martial law… just enforcing law with the National Guard will be great. I trust they’ll be professional like the majority of our soldiers are.
This could be a chance for Obama’s greatest moment, but I fear he might be too much of a coward to do it unfortunately.
Obama, I know you read my Boing Boing comments on occasion and as your attorney, I suggest you do this.
Okay, I am just cautious when the suggested play might go directly into their hands.