jjoyce wrote: Well, it definitely doesn't make him averse to name calling and nonsensical metaphor mixing.
I called the pompous preening rent-seeking clowns "clowns" so, yes, I am guilty of calling the pompous preening rent-seeking clowns what they are.
jjoyce wrote:"Eggless homeless chickens"? Yeesh!
Think about it, Jason. The only metaphor used was chickens
. If anything, for comic effect, I mixed two chicken idioms
. Strap on your sense of humor and I think you'll see that it isn't as nonsensical as you first thought.
jjoyce wrote:I might be wrong, but I think Occupy Wall Street was in New York, where Wall Street is. This thing was called Occupy Madison.
Yes, but if you go back and read carefully what I wrote, you'll notice I referred to the Occupy Wall Street movement.
The Occupy Wall Street
movement included many locations besides Zuccotti Park. Four of those locations
were here in Madison where self-styled "Progressives" ended up exploiting the poor, the misfortunate, the homeless, the mentally ill, and the alcoholic and drug dependent by administratively herding them from one temporary makeshift homeless shelter camp to another in order to maintain a presence for their cynical "Progressive" anti-Walker-restore-collective-bargaining-for-public-unions political movement.