To be honest, our thoughts never once tonight turned to the victims of unjust foreclosures; something about those dozens of children presumed dead in a collapsed Oklahoma school must have distracted us. Progressive Fox News pundit and Salon contributor Sally Kohn reminds us that there are others out there who have been forced from their homes (albeit with plenty of warning and their children’s lives) by greed and capitalism.
Just stop. MT @sallykohn: … too many Americans without homes, whether because of unthinkable tornadoes or unjust foreclosures.
— Dan Isett (@DanIsett) May 21, 2013
@sallykohn Your thoughts are with those with "unjust foreclosures"? How odd. Then again…
— New Year Colsiegirl (@colsiegirl) May 21, 2013
@sallykohn u just have to get politics in everything
— Joe Wiles (@JoeWilesInFla) May 21, 2013
@DanIsett @sallykohn Wow. Low.
— Dan Joseph (@DanJoseph78) May 21, 2013
No, seriously: why is Sally Kohn even thinking about mortgage foreclosures at a time like this? It’s a sign of solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, whose camp-in in front of the Department of Justice today was overshadowed by other events.
RT @emilycrockett: DOJ occupied, people camping out #m20 pic.twitter.com/S6fnoexwao
— Sally Kohn (@sallykohn) May 21, 2013
Tents are being occupied at the #DOJ for a failure to deal with criminal bankers of Attorney General Holder #Occupy pic.twitter.com/ywcfvtC6Lc
— Harris from the Post (@rousseau_ist) May 20, 2013
Occupy the @doj! Tear gas guns make an entrance. #M20 #j2j https://t.co/qefdPHuCGo
— Jason Rosenbaum (@j_ro) May 20, 2013
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