Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party Cartoons Collection

Finally decided to collect them, because of first cartoon following via Networked Blogs via AoSHQ:

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

By Michael Ramirez:

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon


Via AoSHQ, via Doug Ross, from The Jawa Report:

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Via excellent daily newsletter The Transom (sign up FREE here), from AoSHQ:

In just the first eleven days of October, ABC, CBS and NBC flooded their morning and evening newscasts with a whopping 33 full stories or interview segments on the protesters. This was a far cry from the greeting the Tea Party received from the Big Three as that conservative protest movement was initially ignored (only 13 total stories in all of 2009) and then reviled.

UPDATE: They’re socialists. Read more at AoSHQ which opines:

The media found the one or two racists in the Tea Party and made them the face of the movement; meanwhile, it finds the one or two people who are not avowedly Marxist and makes them the standard-bearer.

Curiously, the only point universally agreed upon by the protesters and their admirers in the Democratic Party and the mainstream media is that “Occupy Wall Street” should be compared to the tea party. Yes, that would be the same tea party that has been denounced and slandered by the Democratic Party and the mainstream media for the last three years.WINGLESS, BLOODSUCKING AND PARASITIC: MEET THE FLEA PARTY!

And what a contrast from the We are the 99% losers. Take a look:

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Above from We are the 53%.

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Above from GetaDamnJobYouHippie.org.

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Above from Recording Artist Ava Aston’s Blog.

And the reality is Barack Obama is the 1%:

Barack Obama is the One Percent 1%

After all, who is the biggest recipient of Wall St money?

Fannie Mae Freddie Mac 20 Years Donations

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Above: Evil Corporations Get Unwitting Support at Wall Street Protests

From Michelle Malkin here and here.

Though a few representatives of minority groups have appeared among the “Occupy Wall Street” protesters in New York City, photos and videos of the left-wing mini-throngs indicate they suffer from a serious lack of diversity. And the protesters themselves told The Daily Caller on Tuesday that they are conscious of the issue, if not the inconsistency it demonstrates. A 40-photo Washington Post slideshow showing hundreds of angry protesters in New York and other cities includes no more than 15 clearly identifiable minority protesters, and just six African-Americans. The rest of the protesters shown are white, and most are male. In 26 photos from San Francisco and Chicago gatherings posted on OccupyTogether.org, only one person from a minority group is clearly visible, and it’s unclear whether he is a protester or a bystander. Minority groups are similarly underrepresented in photos and videos posted on OccupyWallSt.org, the self-described “unofficial de facto online resource for the ongoing protests happening on Wall Street.”

Compare against:

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon

Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party double standards cartoon


Obama Inauguration vs Tea Party trash

Above: Compare Garbage After Tea Party Vs. Obama Inauguration

The Tea Party is supposedly less popular than #OWS. But that’s because the Tea Party has concrete policy goals, many of which are controversial — the American public likes spending money it doesn’t have — and has fought tooth-and-nail for these agenda items for two years.

What has #OWS fought for, so far? Time Magazine presents their agenda as a gauzy populist reform movement which — incidentally — could also be used to describe the Tea Party. The Tea Party, of course, despises the crony not-capitalist system, too. (Where OWS and the Tea Party differ, of course, is on which alternative model to pursue. For the Tea Party, it’s genuine capitalism; for OWS, it’s socialism.)

Time’s Poll Claiming #OWS is Popular Stacks The Deck

Via Gateway Pundit:

For the Record… More Blacks Supported Tea Party Movement Than Support #Occupy Movement

Today the Washington Post reported that African Americans, who are 12.6 percent of the U.S. population, make up only 1.6 percent of Occupy Wall Street.

It’s too bad the Occupy Movement couldn’t be like the tea party.

An April 2010 Gallup poll found that 6% of tea party support came from non-hispanic blacks.

Via AoSHQ:

But asked whether they have a higher opinion of the Tea Party or Occupy Wall Street movement the Tea Party wins out 43-37, representing a flip from last month when Occupy Wall Street won out 40-37 on that question. Again the movement with independents is notable- from preferring Occupy Wall Street 43-34, to siding with the Tea Party 44-40.

Tea Party Ideology More Popular for Americans Than Occupy Wall Street:

In the online survey of a representative national sample of 1,031 American adults, 51 per cent of respondents say they are angrier about the amount of money that the government spends, and how high taxes, the national debt and the federal budget deficit currently are.

Two-in-five Americans (40%) are angrier about social and economic inequality, corporate greed, and the influence of commercial interests and lobbyists on the U.S. government.

The notion that government is overspending and taxes are too high—which has been the main message of the Tea Party movement—resonated in all areas of the country, and is particularly popular among Republicans (79%). Conversely, the proportion of respondents who are angry about economic inequality—as expressed in several Occupy Wall Street rallies—is highest among Democrats (58%).

And compare the Occupy mob against volunteer troops

the troops would not complain to the cameras even if there were any left in the war zones documenting their struggles. They aren’t whiners. They may be the same general age as the Occupy Wall Street gang, but they occupy a very different, less frivolous world.

Our troops likely don’t give any thought at all to these spoiled adolescents. But if they did, they might suggest that if these Occupy Wall Street losers really wanted to fight injustice and build a better world, they would get a haircut, head to a recruiting station and occupy a pair of combat boots.

Who is Violent – Left or Right? (310++ Cases) – Occupy Wall Street and other places from no. 315 onwards.

Tea Party Crasher FAILs

In Search of People of Colour (at: 9/12 Rally)

Name That Party! MSM Almost Always Omits Mention Democrat Party Affiliation of Convicted Politicians

Presidential Double Standards: Bush and Obama Given Different Treatment on Same Issues

Comparing US and Malaysian Current Politics

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7 Responses to “Occupy Wall Street vs Tea Party Cartoons Collection”

  1. Looking for People of Color at a Tea Party Rally « quotes and notes and opinions Says:

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  2. DP Says:

    I like these.

  3. liberal idiot Says:

    geez, these have really enlightened me- i guess there’s no other obvious conclusion other than that the tea party movement and right wing are the real victims in this whole debauchery and they are absolute angels. i’d glad this column really put everything in to black and white so i know how to feel now, too bad the real world isn’t that way- in the true right fashion, you’ve done nothing for your argument but belittle others. bashing the other side doesn’t solve anything, so stop crying about your “opposition” having all the media coverage and worry more about how your voice can be heard..

  4. Scott Thong Says:

    Oh no worries about that… The 2010 elections have already shown America how the voice of the average, hard-working 53% can be heard!

    You see, unlike the Occupy bunch, Conservatives don’t just sit on their hands pooping on someone else’s lawn while whining about how unfair life is. Okay, sure we may whine a bit, but then we get out there and work to make things better.

  5. bohemianwriter1 Says:

    The difference is that the establishment and the media was with the freeloading teabaggers who didn’t want socialized medicine take away their Medicare.

    No OWS came armed, or threatened with a violent overtrhow of Obama. They wanted the bankers to be held responsible for their crimes.
    But pissing off bankers is apparently a dangerous thing to do. Then they get the cops to beat the crap out of you.

    Teabaggers are nothing but fat, white slobs doing the bidding of the racist cops who beat down and arrested 700 people in one day, because they think that only RW Fascists have a right to threaten with terrorism if they don’t get what they want.

  6. Clicks Clicks Says:

    I’m not sure wtf the 2 pictures have to do with one an other the Tea party had someone clean up a mess and the Inauguration was obviously at a different place ( look at the picture “twit” ) the cleanup crew probably hadn’t arrived if you had waited a while you would have gotten 2 great pictures . The Inauguration was the biggest thing to hit Washington in years the Tea party was hundreds if that like little PISS-ANTS . So when you compare things let your readers in on what your comparing . Your trying to say NH is as big as California and its just NOT ..

  7. Scott Thong Says:

    You have a point there about the scale of the events, but note that the Tea Party photo is still underway or just starting to pack up (signboards and yellow flag still on hand). Yet there is no trash on the ground. This means that before any alleged cleanup crew arrived, none of the Tea Partiers were littering in the first place.

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