Occupy group fills Tipton office

Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Penni Palthe of Occupy Grand Junction reads a letter of concerns Tuesday to Richard Schoenradt, a staff member in the Grand Junction office of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo.  About 20 protesters went to the office to deliver the letter and discuss political issues with Tipton’s staff.



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Photo by Gretel Daugherty—Penni Palthe of Occupy Grand Junction reads a letter of concerns Tuesday to Richard Schoenradt, a staff member in the Grand Junction office of U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo.  About 20 protesters went to the office to deliver the letter and discuss political issues with Tipton’s staff.

About 20 people generally under the Occupy Grand Junction banner cheered as one of them, a woman who lives in a home that was foreclosed, scolded U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton, R-Colo., on…




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Right on, Occupy Grand Junction! The important thing now is to send Rep. Tipton packing from congress.

Gary Harmon must be using the new math, as I did not see 20 people in any video or picture. Once again, the media bias is on display for the Daily Sentinel. 10 Occupy Protestors is news, but 120 Conservatives meetings does not get any coverage.

And what did this woman expect, the bank to say, ok you lost your job so you do not have to pay your bills, all is forgiven?

I fail to understand how it is Scott Tipton’s fault that Penni lost her home, but is still living in. How irresponsible of Penni to think that by not paying your mortgage you can still live in the house. Get a real job Penni.

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