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(Transcript) Occupy Wall Street was planning to make a big comeback, taking aim at old targets like Bank of America and headquarters of Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. empire. But the demonstration lacked the crowds of the protest's early days, leading many to question if the movement has any movement left. Political strategist Henry Sheinkopf says this group's day in the spotlight is fading fast because it lacks one clear message everyday Americans can rally behind.
Uhh Reuters is right. It's a dud. Recent polls show 80%+ of the population doesn't care about OWS, and the vast majority of Americans are currently more pissed off at the Government than businesses.