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Nyan Nyan Percent

found it on the interwebz. sorry if repost.
EDIT* holy **** !!! front page!! you guys are awesome!!!

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Submitted: 10/25/2011
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#14 - ramannoob (10/25/2011) [+] (3 replies)
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User avatar #9 - chitownhippie (10/25/2011) [+] (9 replies)
That's just what we need in this country; more corrupt politicians. All Obama is trying to do is help and create jobs. But the Republicans keep vetoing his Bills and stopping this country from moving forward. And this is what starts movements like Occupy Wall Street. Obama's new Job Bill will create atleast 68,000 jobs. People blame Obama for not doing anything, which is a complete lie. He is trying to do everything, and I mean EVERYTHING in his power to get the Country out of a Depression, but Republicans like Ron Paul are against this country. If you are with the Republicans, then you are against America. Make up your mind, are you with us, or do you want this Country to tumble into a worse state then what we see today. I want to go to college. But in this country with these laws that are not changing about student debt, I probably won't be able to go to the one I want. I will go to a low end college if any at all. I am the 99%. The top 1% need to give up their gold bars and start helping this country.
#12 - textextdoubletext (10/25/2011) [-]
Should've said "Purr-cent"...
#35 - tolazytomakename (10/26/2011) [-]
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#24 - magicmuffin (10/26/2011) [-]
More like nyan nyan PURR cent. Oh puns.
#49 - Ryupaw (10/26/2011) [-]
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#44 - nestickle (10/26/2011) [+] (2 replies)
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#27 - FightClub (10/26/2011) [-]
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and here is the german form of that sign <<
#53 - disdik (10/26/2011) [-]
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#73 - efaillace (10/26/2011) [+] (11 replies)
Can someone explain the 99% jokes that have been on here recently.. I feel like I should now this already..
User avatar #82 to #73 - joemand (10/26/2011) [-]
This will be non-biased (as I am part of the 99%, but extremely strait forward)
The 99%, the people who make less than $389,000 per year, are apparently mad that the top 1% are doing well financially. Among the "issues" the 99% are angry that the banks who gave loans to people who couldn't afford the loans, which thus caused the banks to fall into bankruptcy were than forced to be bailed out from the Government. However, a large amount of this bail out money went to CEO's and other top executives. The next apparent issue is that people are saying the "wealthy" have too much influence on the government. Now this is where I am going to be very blunt and factual.

Granted, what the banks did was by all means wrong and greedy. However, it also comes to personal responsibility to know if you can afford the long term affects of a loan. No one mentions this because its easier to just blame it on the banks.

In capitalist America, we should have let the banks fail, after all they made the choice? However, its a double edged sword. If we didn't we would have MAJOR issues. Although it had to be done, the government didn't put NEARLY enough regulations on it. It was like a no strings attached deal.

Now the fun part. What people fail to realize is that the top 1% pay 40% of ALL federal income taxes. The bottom 50% (income of less than $100k) only pay 2.9% of all income taxes. So naturally there is going to be a lean towards the rich as they are the ones who are paying the most. If you ask most supports, they will just tell you "oh they're greedy and its not fair they have more money". This is a capitalist country, therefore you have the right to earn as much as you would like. Sadly many ignorant (ironically greedy people) seek to strip this right away.

Sources: IRS data, and the very end is from countless interviews and research
#4 - lcmoore (10/25/2011) [-]
seriously though, i really thought the guys out protesting had something there. as it's gone on, though, i think it's become a forum for anyone to complain about anything. their message, unfortunately, has become so diluted by (admittedly hilarious) stuff like this that i can't see it making much of a difference.

tl;dr i agree with the protestors, but i don't think it's doing much
#71 - Larousse (10/26/2011) [-]
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#41 - jaytinzeta (10/26/2011) [-]
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User avatar #3 - JimHalpert (10/25/2011) [+] (8 replies)
It's pronounced NEE-YON not nine.
i mean its NY - Ne
And on - on
Non ny = ni
on - on
Nion
??
wat.
#5 to #3 - niburu (10/25/2011) [-]
its pronounced ne yan. nyan...
User avatar #32 - KabutopsX (10/26/2011) [+] (6 replies)
can somebody actually explain that occupy wallstreet thing to me in an unbiased manner?
User avatar #60 to #32 - joemand (10/26/2011) [-]
This will be non-biased (as I am part of the 99%, but extremely strait forward)
The 99%, the people who make less than $389,000 per year, are apparently mad that the top 1% are doing well financially. Among the "issues" the 99% are angry that the banks who gave loans to people who couldn't afford the loans, which thus caused the banks to fall into bankruptcy were than forced to be bailed out from the Government. However, a large amount of this bail out money went to CEO's and other top executives. The next apparent issue is that people are saying the "wealthy" have too much influence on the government. Now this is where I am going to be very blunt and factual.

Granted, what the banks did was by all means wrong and greedy. However, it also comes to personal responsibility to know if you can afford the long term affects of a loan. No one mentions this because its easier to just blame it on the banks.

In capitalist America, we should have let the banks fail, after all they made the choice? However, its a double edged sword. If we didn't we would have MAJOR issues. Although it had to be done, the government didn't put NEARLY enough regulations on it. It was like a no strings attached deal.

Now the fun part. What people fail to realize is that the top 1% pay 40% of ALL federal income taxes. The bottom 50% (income of less than $100k) only pay 2.9% of all income taxes. So naturally there is going to be a lean towards the rich as they are the ones who are paying the most. If you ask most supports, they will just tell you "oh they're greedy and its not fair they have more money". This is a capitalist country, therefore you have the right to earn as much as you would like. Sadly many ignorant (ironically greedy people) seek to strip this right away.

Sources: IRS data, and the very end is from countless interviews and research
#31 - trollgoodness (10/26/2011) [+] (1 reply)
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