Again, in spite of the duhnials coming from the various “Occupy leaders” around the country that the marches currently taking place in various cities around the country are full of “diverse” groups of “all types,” this movement IS full of clueless slackers, actual hippies, college-age hippies in training, diehard unionistas, and other various “gimme mine” types who – oddly – rail against government bailouts but yet who demand that the government bail THEM out. This picture, taken from yesterday’s “Occupy Charlotte” protest, says it all:
It’s a beautiful early fall-like day here in Charlotte – the temperature is 68 degrees, the sun is shining, the leaves are falling off the trees … and the Panthers are playing here at home against their division rivals the New Orleans Saints. New Orleans is tied with the Bucs atop the NFC South at 3-1, while the Panthers are dwelling in the cellar at 1-3. Their record, however, is deceiving as their losses haven’t been the blowouts and/or the “no competition” games we Panthers fans had gotten used to seeing over the last few years. That’s thanks in large part to rookie QB Cam Newton and an offensive line that has seen its spirit come alive again. “Coming close to victory” is not an actual win, true. But in the eyes of many here, it’s the best we can hope for as the Panthers continue to rebuild under new head coach Ron Rivera.