Originally posted by eagleeye2
Work harder, study harder and don't party harder.
Originally posted by VariableConstant
As far as I can tell, there is no coherent theme or single line of thought to these protests save one:
The BS has gone far enough, and the time has come to do something about it.
Everyone has different priorities, different ideas about what the most pressing issues facing us may be. Anyone paying any attention at all should be able to come up with a staggering list of things that have gone on that are just plain wrong.
It's like the pressure has built up to the point where it must be released in some way. Whether or not everyone is on the same page as to what the main focus should be, the "fed up" point has been reached. That's what I think it is all about, and I am glad to see it.
Originally posted by stereotype
the question keeps roaming through my mind, how or what will it take for ALL people to be disobedient in a civil manner?
Originally posted by InfaRedMan
If this movement gathers too much steam, Obama and his Corporate Overseers will simply engineer an international event that will give the people of America a boogyman to unite against while bolstering that good old fashioned patriotism at the same time.
Originally posted by expat2368
It is a theater of the absurd. The people there have not a clue about why they are there. It is obvious they are upset about something and they do not know exactly what or who to complain about it.
They say capitalism is bad, but they do not understand that capitalism is good... It is the best system for the advancement of society and the economy. The thing they fail to understand is that the problem is GREED not capitalism.