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‘Occupy Atlanta’ Takes Vote on Allowing Rep. John Lewis to Address Crowd

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By Doug Powers  •  October 9, 2011 11:53 AM

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By way of Drudge, here’s ten minutes of moonbat moshpittery to be filed under “when life imitates South Park.”

From what I can gather from the video, Rep. John Lewis (D-issed) showed up to address “Occupy Atlanta,” and it was decided that the crowd should take a vote on it because Lewis wasn’t on the original schedule. Hilarity ensued in a cloud of “repeat after me.” Lewis’ attempt to address the gathering was apparently voted down (which would be today’s NYT headline if this were a Tea Party) in a show of “jazz hands” from the crowd, and Lewis was on his way:

For some reason I have the urge to watch the “Way to Eden” episode of Star Trek.

By the way, the “repeat after me” style isn’t new to the OWS bunch, as evidenced in this video featuring Frances Fox Piven (h/t Free Republic).

**Written by Doug Powers

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