Occupier Told to Leave

YahooNews is reporting that Friday morning in Des Moines, at a coffee shop named Java Joe’s, from which MSNBC has been broadcasting, a group of Occupiers decided to create a ruckus, with Newt Gingrich expected to arrive, the owner of the establishment decided to give them the boot.  Occupiers have gotten themselves in a good deal of trouble because so many of them don’t seem to understand the difference between private property and public spaces.  This businesswoman had no problem noting the difference, informing them that they were trespassing, and tossing them out.  The Occupiers don’t seem to respect private property, but that’s to be expected from a group of leftist-driven protesters.   You can watch the video here:

From the YahooNews article:

“I just had to shut it down, I couldn’t stand it,” Amy Brehm, who owns the store, told Yahoo News after police escorted the last demonstrators out. “We all have our rights, but not in my place.”

Amen! This is an important principle on which our nation was founded. You can have your free speech, but only on your expense. There’s no room for this sort of hijacking of private property for the “free speech” usages that these dimwits employ.  The owner had it right:  She informed them that they were trespassing, and that they were not welcome to return, ever.  The policeman, termed a “big bully” by the occu-pest, informed them that they were now indeed trespassing, and with that, escorted them out.

The Occupiers have more clearly morphed into the more open form of what they have been all along:  The agitprop front for the Obama Campaign.  If the Occupiers were even remotely sincere about their stated complaints, they’d show up wherever Obama’s schedule takes him, first, last and always. Instead, they show up at Republican candidates’ events and interviews to raise hell and this is one more example of their mischief on Obama’s behalf.

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