New York judge says demonstrators' First Amendment rights don't entitle them to camp out indefinitely in plaza
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NEW YORK – Wall Street is occupied no more.
A New York City judge has upheld City Hall's decision to evict the protest encampment at Zuccotti Park -- the site where the Occupy Wall Street movement began two months ago -- and denied a request made by attorneys on the protesters' behalf to allow tents and sleeping bags back in the park.
The ruling effectively paved the way for the protests to return to the plaza, as long as they follow the ground rules and don't live there.
The eviction of the Occupy encampment began early Tuesday morning, when hundreds of police officers in riot gear moved in, arresting dozens of idiots.
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Let's not lose focus of the real issue at hand here. Not these morons who choose to camp out in parks etc. But the issue of the presidential election. Ignore this lame news, and focus on voting Obama out of office. I don't care who the GOP nominee ends up being. Whoever it is, we all need to vote for that person.
Because Obama must go in 2012! That's the first step in putting America back on the right track. We here at TWAU BLOG endorse Herman Cain for the GOP nomination. We hope you'll consider joining us in our support for him.