Which is where these protests should be focused towards, Government.And that's what people are upset about, the big banks corrupting our government, and our government which is involved in the corruption. Splitting hairs and saying "No, don't go about the issue this way, do it this way" is counterproductive. People all seem to agree that big banks and our government are corrupted, so instead of criticizing their approach, why not go down to the nearest occupy protest, speak to the group, and suggest that you deal with the government? There are many ways that can be done locally, and it can catch on nationwide. But criticizing them isn't going to fix anything.
So you're saying that the only way to help the country is to support OWS?Not the only way, but as of right now that's how I see it. Voting isn't going to work, because the election is shaping up to be banker-puppet Obama, banker-puppet Romney, or Federal Reserve puppet Cain. I would prefer that we fix the country through voting, but Ron Pauls poll numbers aren't making me too optimistic.
As far as I know, there aren't any other nationwide protest groups which are against corruption within our government, so yes, I think that's correct. Maybe the Tea Party is against that stuff, but instead of having pissing contests and arguing about who's better, they should work together.
And the protesters will be remembered as glorified homeless people, who shat in parks, raped their constituents, and managed to deter customers from small local business'.And you'll be remembered as the guy who generalized an organization of tens of thousands of people based on a small minority.
edit on 3-11-2011 by TupacShakur because: (no reason given)