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It is time for New Yorkers to stand up and demand the mayor and NYPD put an end to the Occupy Wall Street movement.

Everybody I talk to is already tired of hearing about it and paying for it. I understand the emotion behind their “cause,” fractured as it is, and they have some valid points — if you can find them amid the rest of their idiocy.

But they have become nothing more than a bunch of bums hanging out in a shantytown that taxpayers are paying to maintain. They have surrendered any validity they may have had when all this began.

I say let them sleep in their own feces — they seem to be comfortable with that. Maybe after a few days of that they will finally have the sense to “Move On.”

Michael Chimenti

Oakland Gardens

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Harriet J. Brown from Bayside says:
Isn't it great to live in a free country?
Oct. 22, 2011, 3:10 pm
BH from Flushing says:
I respectfully disagree. I think it's about time that our country woke up and responded to the Tea Party politics that have dominated the political scene. I am hoping that the Occupy Wall Street movement will change the political scope come election time. I want to live in a country where we provide health care and jobs to the 99 percent instead of bail outs and deregulation to the one percent. Occupy Wall Street, it's about time!
Oct. 23, 2011, 9:31 am
Bill from Whitestone says:
I'll tell everybody you're displeased, when I join them tomorrow.
Oct. 25, 2011, 4:42 pm

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