Obama to join #OccupyWallStreet in solidarity with those powerless against corporations

President Obama announced Sunday that he will be participating in #OccupyWallStreet, a loosely-defined protest movement rallying against corporate greed. White House Press Secretary Jay Carney spoke to the press, “The president has become frustrated with his puppet masters in big business. He will be joining #OccupyWallStreet to display solidarity with others who are losing the struggle against corporate power.”

Mainstream corporate media has been slow in reporting this startling announcement from the White House, leading protest supporters to sling accusations of an orchestrated media blackout. Expert media analyst Angstrom H. Troubadour explained the situation in clearer terms, “There’s no media blackout. It’s just that no one really cares about Obama anymore. Hope has died and change is just a thing starving college graduates beg for on the streets, in hopes that they can make their next student loan payment.”

Protesters were less than optimistic about Obama’s announcement, expressing the sentiment that the president did not really intend to defy his overlords. Protester Anna Gomez explained, “It’s like, almost a thousand of us got arrested and now he wants to join? Couldn’t be more obvious he’s just doing it for the votes.”

5 comments to Obama to join #OccupyWallStreet in solidarity with those powerless against corporations

  • America's Final Boss

    lol. look at them hippies and the unemployed. when rick perry becomes president, i will use my bully pulpit to kill old people, and dubstep fans. i mean, only the jobless can occupy. you lazy fucks need to be disappeared.

  • poonani

    silly obama, pandering for upvotes. corporate america, where you @ dawgs HELP A NIGGER OUT

  • Anton OyVey

    I came three times. Brilliant!!!

  • gypsy rose

    bossy, i can only hope you are being sarcastic. black and white thinking is a symptom of borderline personality disorder. i would get a doc’s opinion, you lazy fuck.

  • 3jane

    lets unmask the dramaturgy of this entire stage-piece, in which both – revolutionary hope and the reaction to – enter onto the scene. the semiotics of the media-gestalt compete to eroticise desire-objects and their valences. what is exposed is the ubiquitous lies of enchanted simulations; or if you will, cultural Trompe l’oeil. later wordfags

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