Friday, November 25, 2011

OWS Price Tag Almost $20 Million

Occupy movement's actual cost now close to $20 Million

Taxpayers Get The Bill For Occupations: $18.4 million (as of November 23).

This is a list of costs mentioned in the press.

Occupy Asheville – $170,000
Occupy Atlanta – $652,000
Occupy Austin – $110,000
Occupy Boston – $575,000
Occupy Charlotte – $105,000
Occupy Chicago – $49,000
Occupy Cincinnati – $128,000
Occupy Des Moines – $7,800
Occupy DC – $870,000
Occupy Denver – $365,000
Occupy Eugene – $20,000
Occupy Fresno – $110,000
Occupy LA – $120,000 plus estimated $400,000 to repair lawn
Occupy Long Beach – $40,000
Occupy Minnesota – $400,000
Occupy Nashville – $4,500
Occupy New York – $7,000,000
Occupy Oakland – $2,400,000 for police overtime alone
Occupy Philadelphia – $500,000
Occupy Phoenix – $200,000
Occupy Portland – $750,000 + $50,000 to repair damaged parks
Occupy Providence – $9, 000
Occupy Raleigh – $60, 000
Occupy Sacramento – $300,000
Occupy San Diego – $2,400,000
Occupy San Francisco – $100,000
Occupy St. Louis – $2,200
Occupy Seattle – $625,999

– Total: Over $18,450.999


Blog author's comments - There are more cities which should be included on this list. They would push the cost of Occupy Wall Street over $20 million and counting.

In their crusade against the rich the OWS losers are hurting the average people with their so-called protests. Why must productive citizens foot the bill?

Send it to Obama and have him pay it from his campaign funds, the protesters have his approval. Obama hopes his class warfare works for the 2012 election.


The Entire Occupy Movement Summarized in One Sign

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