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TIME Magazine awards Person of the Year 2011 to the protesterTIME Magazine awards Person of the Year 2011 to the protester

(5:07) Fox News is outraged by TIME Magazine recognising 'the protester' as Person of the Year 2011. Occupy Wall Street protester Jesse LaGreca, talked to Ed Schultz about TIME Magazine's selection.

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Guest: iknowlessthanyoudo (1048 days ago)
Self-delusion that the status quo of economic fascism is sustainable will ensure that life & limb come from folks like Kerry.
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Self-delusion that the status quo of economic fascism is sustainable will ensure that life & limb come from folks like Kerry.
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Guest: Kerry (1049 days ago)
Ed Schultz,voted the most irrelevant personality of the year....and now we know why.Although I haven't read it yet I would suggest the protesters Time are talking about are the middle eastern ones more than the Wall street ones...who are a bit off mark and hardly risk life and limb for freedom....no comparison in my book.
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Ed Schultz,voted the most irrelevant personality of the year....and now we know why.Although I haven't read it yet I would suggest the protesters Time are talking about are the middle eastern ones more than the Wall street ones...who are a bit off mark and hardly risk life and limb for freedom....no comparison in my book.
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Guest: snobbonsemerob (1047 days ago)
Latest comment: In some cases, unfortunately, the protester's for the 99 per-centers, which include most of us, obviously, hardly "off the mark". are indeed risking life and limb. A ruptured spleen by a baton waving cop with an attitude can easily kill you. The victim in this case was just trying to get past the police and go home. He was also a successful hardworking storeowner.
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Latest comment: In some cases, unfortunately, the protester's for the 99 per-centers, which include most of us, obviously, hardly "off the mark". are indeed risking life and limb. A ruptured spleen by a baton waving cop with an attitude can easily kill you. The victim in this case was just trying to get past the police and go home. He was also a successful hardworking storeowner.
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Guest: Aquickpoint (1048 days ago)
I'd argue that any employee who risks being arrested and losing his job, his pay, his mortgage, is risking his life. (or hers for the above)
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I'd argue that any employee who risks being arrested and losing his job, his pay, his mortgage, is risking his life. (or hers for the above)
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