Occupy Wallstreet...Could this be a threat?

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    while lawful protests are useful ways of redress, unlawful are just that, which is what most of these OWS are. and we do not need a fractured parlimentary system. we are a representative republic and we should keep it that way.

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    OK, I let this go on far to long. We have strayed far beyond the security issue and are solidly in politics territory. This one is done.
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