Reader: Complacent Zombie-Citizens a Bigger Problem Than State Capitol Graffiti

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Our updated coverage about vandalism at the Colorado State Capitol during the Million Mask March included booking photos of the ten people arrested at the rally. Some of our readers castigated those responsible for the graffiti, while others suggested that larger issues were being overlooked. Here's an example of the latter.

See also: Update: See Ten Million Mask Marchers Busted for Tagging State Capitol and More

Brett Starr writes:

You know who are biggest degenerates? Complacent zombie-citizens who keep hegemony in place by perpetuating broken socio-economic systems with mindless consumption and participation in the two-party falsehood of government. But yeah, let's focus on these guys. *eyeroll*

Send your story tips to the author, Michael Roberts.

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