So now they're branching out from "peaceful" protest to mob rule. Remember, the Democrats own this.
The Occupy Wall Street protesters are planning to get in the face of some of New York's richest tycoons on Tuesday.Dimon was a huge Obama supporter who's now flirting with Mitt Romney. Obviously it's payback time for turning on The One.
A "Millionaires March" will visit the homes - or, more realistically, the gleaming marble lobbies - of five of the city's wealthiest residents.
On the target list: NewsCorp CEO Rupert Murdoch, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon, conservative billionaire David Koch, financier Howard Milstein and hedge fund mogul John Paulson.
Between 400 and 800 marchers plan to go to their homes to present them with oversize checks to dramatize how much less they will pay when New York State's 2% tax on millionaires expires at the end of the year.This will be turning violent pretty soon.
"Ninety nine percent of the residents of New York are going to suffer from this tax giveaway so the 1% who already live in absolute luxury can put more money in their pockets," said Doug Forand, one of the march organizers.
"This is fiscally, economically and morally wrong."
The march kicks off at 12:30 p.m. at 59th Street and Fifth Avenue and heads to the Upper East Side.
Meanwhile, it was a good day on the Stock Exchange Monday with the Dow up 250 points - despite threats from computer hackers to "erase" the Exchange from the Internet.Remember also SEIU terrorizing the son of a Bank of America executive.
Mayor Bloomberg, a billionaire but not on the target list, said the protesters can camp out in Zuccotti park indefinitely - or until rain and snow drives them out.
"The bottom line is people want to express themselves. And as long as they obey the laws, we will allow them to," Bloomberg said.
Again, Democrats are endorsing this. There will be bloods on their hands once their army turns violent.
Update: Via Matthew Vadum, SEIU thug Stephen Lerner discusses his plans.
Plus, planned chaos on Capitol Hill tomorrow. Your Democratic Party in action.