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March on Wall Street on the Anniversary on the day Martin Luther King gave his life fighting for social and economic justice.
Why? Because we must demand that the needs of the people come before the greed of the super rich. Millions are jobless and homeless, and millions more will be living on the streets if the government continues to waste trillions of dollars on saving wealthy bankers instead of saving people.
And just as King knew that the struggle for civil rights at home had to also be part of the struggle against war abroad, he understood that no one, regardless of their race would be free until everyone had the right to a decent paying job or an income for those unable to work. Most importantly, King also understood that “Freedom is never voluntarily given by the oppressor; it must be demanded by the oppressed.” The time for suffering in silence has come to an end.
Nothing will change unless our desperation and anger is channeled into a mighty movement that unites and fights. It’s time to march on Wall St. Come to the march, and tell everyone you know to come with you.
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truth is majority of the rich worked their a'' off for it.
Originally posted by theRiverGoddess
all the sheeple people planning to DO this are just begging for martial law.......
"Take me in cuffs and lock me up first!! Im right here in front holding this BIG YELLOW sign as to make sure you can see me clearly!"
Originally posted by Vitchilo
For the richs... sorry but nobody deserves to be paid hundreds of million of $ a year for their work. NOBODY. Especially not when they are scamming people like on Wall Street. The only ones making that kind of money are top level drug dealers.
Wall Streets tops and drug dealers are the same thing. They don't care about the effects of what they do.
As devils advocate, there are people out there who don't deserve the home/car/credit card loans they have, or tax rebates they never contributed to. Not only are they a burden weighing down society, they're the primary cause of the crisis dragging down the entire globe right now. It would be a totalitarian state that dictates what your Dad can give you or what you can give your Son.
Originally posted by Republican08
I know, their are people out there that don't deserve half of what they have, as the baby boomers die off. (Yes they die but realisticly its not that cold) There will be more children with the inheritences.
Originally posted by yellowcard
How utterly ridiculous and irresponsible, look at the people who are really the problem of this nation, it's not the rich, it's the bureaucrats in Washington D.C., Republican and Democrat.