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Originally posted by Ittabena
reply to post by deadeyedick
This is what keeps the major corporations in business.The unions get powerful then the corporations are to big to fail.
That makes no sense. You have the cart pullin' the horse here!
Originally posted by Katerna
I went to the "We Are the 99%" in Lexington, KY today and it felt great.
The one thing that I am really worried about is this whole thing being hijacked by someone or some group. Like when the Tea Party started out as a grass roots movement that had no party affiliation but then all of a sudden chodes like Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck and other cancerous people started speaking for the Tea Party.
Originally posted by NewsWorthy
I'm not in the Union anymore because I don't feel I have to pay dues to insure my occupation and so far so good. But unions aren't bad things, they have helped many people including myself learn on the job without taking huge school loans. It excited me to read that people are joining in to support the protest!! I live in California but I would be there if it were possible, hopefully they will have a supporting protest somewhere local to where I am. I can't think of a place in The Bay Area to protest that would have any effect like the wall street protest. Does anybody know if the TransNational Bank in San Francisco has anything to do with Wall Street?
Originally posted by deadeyedick
reply to post by pianopraze
Are you afraid of this being hijacked by the unions?