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  •  Except when that protest is against WAll Street (0+ / 0-)

    As in OWS, Or against the Iraq War or gunviolence epidemic. Yeah..then they are known as focus.

    Please..tell me a day when these abortion zealots aren't protesting.To me That would be more newsworthy. This protest from this group is hardly newsworthy at this point with the information known.

    Government of, for, and by the wealthy corporate political ruling class elites. We are the 99%-OWS.

    by emal on Mon Feb 18, 2013 at 09:58:11 AM PST

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      You might be right.  From my perspective, there was a ton of coverage of OWS, positive and negative.  My view might be limited because I don't own a TV, and thus all my news comes from the internet, but still, it seems there was considerable Occupy coverage.  On the other hand, this is the first time I've read anything about a clinic protest in a long while -- like any other topic, the media starts ignoring protests that go on for a long while until something unusual comes up.  

      The wisdom of my forebears ... Two wise people will never agree. Man begins in dust and ends in dust — meanwhile it's good to drink some vodka. A man studies until he's seventy and dies a fool. Some of my best friends are Catholics, really.

      by Not A Bot on Mon Feb 18, 2013 at 05:13:53 PM PST

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