Is it right to remove the "occupy" protesters in Canada?
does the government have the right to do it or should they be left to keep protesting?
In one simple word, YES! They made their point to the government levels they were trying to reach. It's time for them to leave.
by Julianna 7 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? http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/45054697/ns … qj_6Zv7is8
by Stacie L 7 years ago
http://news.yahoo.com/protesters-blocke … 39609.htmlBy Mariano Andrade | AFP 13 hrs agoHundreds of people marched near Wall Street in New York in a failed attempt to occupy the heart of global finance to protest greed, corruption and budget cuts.Plans by protesters to turn Lower...
by yellowstone8750 7 years ago
Opinion on the Occupy Movement.
by Catherine Mostly 2 years ago
Is anyone else really really proud of our protesting country?Pride is not an emotion I thought would have been very prevelant for me after Trump took office; but I find myself impressed with protestors coming out every time Trump does something silly - which happens often, LoL! United we stand,...
by Zubair Ahmed 7 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?
by Holle Abee 7 years ago
First, I want to say that I totally support peaceful protests. I'm also sure that many of the Wall Street protesters have a clear purpose as to their reasons for protesting. It's obvious, however, that some are just there to be part of a protest, in general. I'm sure there are some like this in...
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