With apologies to Ted Nugent, here's an event that could be described as intensity in tent city. See, the cops have torn a tent dress from one of the Occupy Melbourne moonbats, and assorted quarterwits are all asquitter.
Milking the act for all its worth, the ranga drama queen said: "This is not consensual. Don’t take my clothes off.’’
That's some impressive victim-playing. She managed to weave in a false accusation of sexual harassment, as well as the standard "police brutality" line.
And that theme was adeptly picked up by fellow moonbat Tal Slome, who turned it into a wider critique of society:
Ms Slome described the incident as a "completely unnecessary form of brutality. Who decides what constitutes clothing in our society?"
I can see this incident being examined over and over in po-mo women's studies courses in coming years ... And maybe the gay rights crowd will take it up as well. After all, wearing a tent as a dress certainly qualifies as pretty camp.