I've been searching for a way to describe the movement infesting Wall Street and then the perfect analogy came my way.
Fleas are a parasite that infest the host. They live off the host (America), adding no value, and leaving behind an irritation. They are unclean and have suspect grooming habits. There is no upside to their existence, a provide no value to society. The only way to eradicate them is to treat the entire living area, the host, and the exterior of the property with a poison. They are close to impossible to drive away, persistent, and annoying.
Ladies and gentlemen I present to you the Flea Party. Those obnoxious individuals who infest our financial districts looking to live off the system. Fleabaggers if you will, who've been arrested for breaking the law, and pose no added value to society. Their whole purpose is to irritate by causing chaos within the system, trying to bring it down by increasing their numbers in concentrated effort.
Their polar opposite is the Tea Party. Non violent protesters dedicated to working within the system to improve government. They seek less government, financial responsibility, adherence to the Constitution, and personal responsibility. They not only don't get arrested when they assemble, they leave the area cleaner after they've been there.
Whose agenda is best for America?