Saturday, October 22, 2011

Moonbat mom abandons Banker husband and kids for OWS: “Military people leave their families all the time, so why should I feel bad?”

They are better off without her. It is especially telling she has a young waiter to keep her warm at night.
(NY Post) — A married mother of four from Florida ditched her family to become part of the raggedy mob in Zuccotti Park — keeping the park clean by day and keeping herself warm at night with the help of a young waiter from Brooklyn.

“I’m not planning on going home,” an unapologetic Stacey Hessler, 38, told The Post yesterday.
“I have no idea what the future holds, but I’m here indefinitely. Forever,” said Hessler, whose home in DeLand sits 911 miles from the tarp she’s been sleeping under.

Hessler — who ironically is married to a banker — arrived 12 days ago and planned to stay for a week, but changed her plans after cozying up to some like-minded radicals, including Rami Shamir, 30, a waiter at a French bistro in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

She swears she’s not romantically involved with her new friend.

Yesterday was a typical day for the pair, who woke up at 8 a.m. on their little patch of paving stone near the communal kitchen and dashed off to Trinity Church to wash up.

Hessler emerged an hour later, her brown hair in dreadlocks, wearing a T-shirt depicting Han Solo and Princess Leia kissing, and bearing the slogan “Make Love Not War.”

She got coffee and a granola bar from the protest kitchen before sorting laundry for two hours.

The unemployed Long Island native compared her decision to abandon her family to Americans serving in the armed forces.

“Military people leave their families all the time, so why should I feel bad?” a defiant Hessler said. “I’m fighting for a better world.”
Hopefully, there is a divorce in her future.

Florida Mom Leaves 4 Kids & Banker Husband to Live at #OWS Dump


Anonymous said...

What this mother is doing, for her children is an act of courage and love of family. It is for better to protest the buying of our democracy by the rich and powerful.

Da Curly Wolf said...

@anonymouse/ *facepalm* really? Nope when she became a mother her FIRST responsibility became those kids. If she was WORKING to help support them a 1000 miles away, then maybe I'd say 'cool' but this? Uhmm no.