What's next for the #Occupy crew?
The Washington Post runs a lengthy column by two of the original organizers.
Lots of coffee got spit out when you reached the third paragraph.
For two heady months, the amorphous encampment in Lower Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park had been the symbolic heart of Occupy Wall Street, the birthplace of the greatest social-justice movement to emerge in the United States since the civil rights era.
Don't trust believing, whatever.
It's the greatest pile of crap to emerge in the last two months.
The Other McCain tells why.
Take the winter off, and return when it's warm.
While you're resting, the Tea Party will be working for candidates to solve this mess after the 2012 election - and beyond.