Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Rachel Maddow gives an update on the Occupy protests around the country, and interviews Dan Siegel, ex-legal adviser to the Oakland Mayor.

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  1. Anonymous11:00 PM

    I really like Dan Siegel's attitude.

    From what I understand, he and the Mayor have known each other for years (since university). When asked why he left, she simply said "he decided to go one way, and I another."

    Well, mark me down for following Siegel's way.

  2. Anonymous11:35 AM

    The common excuse used to shut done occupy movements is the need to "Clean" the areas being occupied. The general implication is that the people participating in the occupy movement are flithy and slovenly.....living like animals.

    This is demeaning and degrading on purpose.

    I understand from a lot of reports that this is not exactly true. To counter this propoganda, it might be a good idea for the every camp to publish pictures of the camp on a regular basis to prove that the accusations are not true.

  3. Anonymous3:21 PM

    He specialized in Civil Rights.

    Does anything more need to be said?

  4. Anonymous6:12 PM

    What a man of conviction!

    I respect people like him, who put their money where their mouth is. To quit a job on principle is a noble act.

  5. Mama99r3:51 AM

    In contrast:
    (Please watch, Gryphen; you might want to post it!)


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