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November 08, 2011


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This is upsetting. It shows how effecting right wing propaganda can be. I say this because if you ask about the actual goals of each of these movements (without giving them the name of it...) the stuff OWS wants (like an end to the Bush tax cuts for the rich) is extremely popular while the stuff the Tea Party wants (destruction of the federal gov't) is not popular at all.

The way the right wing gets people to be against their own best interest is by slinging mad at the *people* instead of the ideas. The Fox propaganda machine is on 24/7 telling people how OWS is just a bunch of dirty hippie anarchists. Eventually that kind of characterization has some effect on average people who don't pay much attention to things (which sadly = the majority of Americans.)

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