Some of them want a better chance, they're sick of hearing empty promises. They're out of a job and are desperate to see things change for the better. I think they're overshadowed by the people who protest just to protest and those who wouldn't want to work no matter what the economy's like.
by Evan G Rogers6 years ago
Hey all,Here's a video I stumbled upon that uses *gasp* facts and statistics -- and history -- to illustrate that the current Occupy Wall Street movement is incorrect, naive, hypocritical, and just plain ol'...
by Julianna6 years ago
Millions of Americans are mad over bailouts, unemployment, corporate greed and the list goes on. A Iraq veteran is hurt and he defended our Country. How do you feel about the direction the States are taking?...
by OLYHOOCH6 years ago
This is what I am watching now, http://www.livestream.com/occupyaustinWall Street got too far out there and it is getting bad publicity from all.This Occupy Austin site is a lot less stressful and they give you all the...
by John Coviello6 years ago
Are you surprised that billionaires have addressed Occupy Wall Street?I am very surprised that billionaires like Donald Trump and Steve Wynn have addressed the Occupy Wall Street movement. I am surprised that such...
by Hollie Thomas5 years ago
Seriously, anyone struggling to meet monthly repayments to their creditors should read this.http://wizzley.com/occupy-wall-street-rolling-jubilee/Thoughts?
by Zubair Ahmed6 years ago
What is your view on the Occupy Wall Street Movement?Do you think it is going to result in any change in the social, political and economic system in the US or are they wasting time?
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