Friday, October 07, 2011

"Occupy Sacramento" protesters seek publicity, but reject their opportunity to receive it

When a few hundred people hold a public protest in a public park in the middle of downtown Sacramento, you would think they would not only expect the media to show up, they would welcome the media's presence.

That thought was occurring to me as I watched this amazing bit of video from the local CBS (Channel 13) station here in Sacramento. Not only did these insipid people in Cesar Chavez Park not know why they were there, many of them did not want to tell the media even if they did know why they were there. Perhaps all they knew is that they wanted to piggyback on the Wall Street protests in New York, but that is only as far ahead as their drug-addled minds could think. Watch this and shake your head in amazement:

I have seen other public assemblies where protesters did not want to be filmed by bloggers with cameras (like me) or something like that, but I don't know that I have ever seen this kind of hostility directed at members of the news media by people who are seeking public attention.

"If a nation expects to be ignorant and free... it expects what never was, and never will be." -Thomas Jefferson

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, only here in the hippie town of Sacramento, they should be arrested for organizing and harassing for no reason

Anon said...

I miss the teabaggers, 60 year old with a lipton bag stapled to his head, there is a guy with a coherent message.

Unknown said...

Teabaggers? You are disgusting.

W.R. Chandler said...

So, Anonymous, your vulgar insult aside, what is your message?

Darren said...
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Darren said...

Whenever someone refers to "teabaggers", I'm going to refer to that person as a "cocksucker". One is as bad as the other....