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Acting as an Occupier

Anne Hathaway, one of the highest paid actresses in Hollyrock was recently seen at an Occupy Union Square Rally hanging out with the 99% (the commoners). Anne is reportedly worth about 58 million dollars. That could pay for a few of the protestors’ student loans. I wonder if she offered?

Hathaway & Shulman


The way she was dressed, it appeared that Ms. Hathaway didn’t want to be recognized. Wonder why? Her boyfriend, Adam Shulman, joined her at the march. He is also an actor & a graduate of Brown University. Maybe he wants the evil 1% to pay his student loan?

How much does one have to be worth to be the evil 1%? Just asking.

The protestors she was with eventually tried to retake Zuccotti Park where hundreds of protestors & police were injured. It can’t be confirmed that she was there at that time.

Gimme Shelter

OWS (Occupy Wallstreet) leaders, you know, the 99%, have decided the great outdoors just isn’t for them. I can’t say I blame them. It’s getting a little chilly in New York. I wouldn’t want to sleep outside either.

They must be bunking with their people & have found warmth in a church basement or homeless shelter. You know, solidarity & all that.

Well, it turns out that’s not quite happening. A couple of the hypocrites, I mean leaders, have decided to scrap the not so great outdoors & check into the $700.00 per night ‘W Hotel’ in downtown New York City.

The Hotel boasts the promise that guests can “Unleash [their] inner Gordon Gekko”.

Well isn’t that nice, being that Gordon Gekko, of course, is the poster child of the unwashed masses. Why wouldn’t they want to unleash him, as it were?

One the lucky winners of life’s lottery is Peter Dutro. Peter is part of the OWS finance board that looks after the donations for the movement amounting to about a half a million dollars to date. Dutro is quoted as saying, “It takes a society to build wealth” and that the OWS movement is all about economic equality.

Really Pete? Is that who paid for your swanky room; society? Maybe you took it from the fund? I’m guessing probably not, but isn’t that what any good liberal would do, demand someone else pay? By the way, he lives only a short taxi ride away in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn.

As an aside, anyone with a neck tatoo is ok in my book.

The other gent is Brad Spitzer. No relation to Eliot Spitzer. At least he has that going for him. He is an associate at financial-services giant Deloitte, which netted $29 billion in revenue last year.

Hold it, Financial Services? You mean a big bank? Maybe he’s really a spy or a double agent working with OWS to infiltrate the inner sanctum of evil & not just getting wealthy on the backs of the common folk.

Spitzer said: “I’m staying here for work. I do finance, but I support it still”. He added: “Tents are not for me”.

Brad invites protesters to join him in luxury at the Hotel to party like the 1%.

Both have been seen at the protests.

I guess this isn’t hypocritical. I don’t begrudge anyone who wants to spend that kind of money on a room as long as it’s their own. I don’t care if someone wants to protest or march for whatever cause, provided it’s peaceful.

Just don’t preach that it takes a village & we all need to be equal as your entering your swanky hotel.

About the Common Constitutionalist

Brent, aka The Common Constitutionalist, is a Constitutional Conservative, and advocates for first principles, founders original intent and enemy of progressives. He is former Navy, Martial Arts expert. As well as publisher of the Common Constitutionalist blog, he also is a contributing writer for Political Outcast, Godfather Politics, Minute Men News (Liberty Alliance), Freedom Outpost, the Daily Caller, Vision To America and Free Republic. He also writes an exclusive weekly column for World Net Daily (WND).

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