Marxists on Adams Street!

10/11/2010:

What happened to Democracy and Capitalism?

This little bit of graffiti on a downtown Adams Street hydrant seemed very anti-American to me.

This fist first appeared at the beginning of the 1900’s and has been used as the symbol for a lot of progressive movements and groups since then, including the Industrial Workers of the World, feminism, black power, and Students for a Democratic Society (1960’s).

For those of you that pay attention, keep your eyes on the Socialists, Marxists, and Communists that are infiltrating out culture and economy. The United States of America was founded on free will, capitalism and hard work. Not “spreading the wealth,” government handouts, and other bogus principles that remove rights from it’s citizens.

Please, please wake up Hoboken (and America!)

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9 Comments on "Marxists on Adams Street!"

greentea
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greentea

Someone should tell unemployed 20-somethings that college was supposed to be for learning something useful, not reading Engels and huffing spraypaint.

Bullbreed333
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Bullbreed333

I don’t know, that is just like graphic design stuff to me. I think this is being read in to way too much. Nothing to fear. No red scare going down again. Actually, being American is having the right to become involved in any political organization, and free to promote it as well- the rest of your rant is just hogwash.

bryan999
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bryan999

Free to promote perhaps, but nobody is free to deface public property. Would you say the same thing if it were an image of three spinning swastikas?

My taxes helped pay for the upkeep of that damn fire hydrant. What about my rights to a nice clean city?[quote comment=”198588″]I don’t know, that is just like graphic design stuff to me. I think this is being read in to way too much. Nothing to fear. No red scare going down again. Actually, being American is having the right to become involved in any political organization, and free to promote it as well- the rest of your rant is just hogwash.[/quote]

Bullbreed333
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Bullbreed333

Oh c’mon, that’s a ridiculous question to pose about the swastikas. My reply was in response to the thought that it was anti-American and that it was dangerous somehow. That to me is totally crazy and somewhat paranoid. Obviously it is a violation to deface objects, but an everyday violation, not as suggested that it could be the plot of a terrorist/communist group.

The urge to suppress in tough times seems to me to be anti-American.

Using the old “my taxes go to pay for…(insert anything you are angry about here)” is good practice for your journey to grumpy old man land, Bon Voyage![quote comment=”198596″]Free to promote perhaps, but nobody is free to deface public property. Would you say the same thing if it were an image of three spinning swastikas?My taxes helped pay for the upkeep of that damn fire hydrant. What about my rights to a nice clean city?

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homeworld
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It wasn’t Anti-American. It was Pro-New Jerseyan![quote comment=”198668″]Oh c’mon, that’s a ridiculous question to pose about the swastikas. My reply was in response to the thought that it was anti-American and that it was dangerous somehow. That to me is totally crazy and somewhat paranoid. Obviously it is a violation to deface objects, but an everyday violation, not as suggested that it could be the plot of a terrorist/communist group.The urge to suppress in tough times seems to me to be anti-American.Using the old “my taxes go to pay for…(insert anything you are angry about here)” is good practice for your journey to grumpy old man land, Bon Voyage!

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homeworld
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In NJ we pump our fists, not our gas.

HansBrix
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HansBrix

Heh.

[quote comment=”198586″]In NJ we pump our fists, not our gas.[/quote]

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girlboken
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girlboken

OH YEAH![quote comment=”198586″]In NJ we pump our fists, not our gas.[/quote]

BklynHobo
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Also used by Howard Stern when he moved to Sirius 🙂

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