I've been alternately disgusted and amused by the antics of the 'Occupy Wall Street' demonstrators (whom we've met before in these pages). Some commentators have come up with wonderfully apt, appropriate and side-splittingly funny observations to describe them. Three caught my eye today:
Ann Coulter: "So far, the only major accomplishment of the 'Occupy Wall Street' protesters is that they have finally put an end to their previous initiative, 'Occupy Our Mothers' Basements'."
Julie C. on Facebook, via Miss D.: "New York's Mayor asked the Wall Street protestors to please leave the park temporarily for washing. They thought he meant washing the park."
Daddy Bear: "How about you hand out bars of Ivory soap, shower gel, and laundry detergent. Tell the hippies they have 5 minutes to undress, then hit them all with fire hoses. The lather from the shower gel and bars of soap alone would scrub the hippies down, clean the stench out of the park, get the resin out of all that hemp clothing, and make the entire area sparkle for the expected arrival of Lech Walesa. Of course, all that funk would end up in the harbor, but this is really just a case of shifting the crud away from Manhattan. Maybe if we're lucky, the funk cloud will wash up on Martha's Vineyard in time for the president's next vacation."
How about you, readers? With all the snark flying around about them, what pithy comments have you found (or made) to describe these moonbats? Please share them with us in Comments.