After the “occupiers” of #OccupyDenver tried to occupy FreedomWorks’ BlogCon (blogger conference) mid-day on Saturday, before figuring out the hard way that a half dozen grimy squatters are really fodder for a hundred or more bloggers armed with cameras and derision for their up-twinkles, the occupiers tried to play their hand again early Saturday evening.
Unfortunately, for the occupiers, when the 99% realized they were out-numbered four to one, their demands diminished significantly–in fact, after inviting the BlogCon attendees to attend their general assembly, #OccupyDenver was mic-checked by BlogCon (at 2:25).
Then, moments later, the “occupiers” were schooled on the difference between mob rule and Republican Democracy:
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