Protests against Wall Street spread across the country Monday as demonstrators marched on Federal Reserve banks and camped out in parks from California to Maine in a show of anger over the wobbly economy and what they see as corporate greed. (Oct. 3)
Michael Moore, filmmaker, activist and author of "Here Comes Trouble," calls on people all over the country to bring the Occupy Wall Street movement to their communities. Later, Moore denounces the state of Georgia for executing Troy Davis.
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Corporations are wishy-washy.
And Wall Street is wishy-washy.
People, always vote with your dollars. And, more importantly, when Corporations and Wall Street are not doing right by the people, VOTE WITH THE ABSENCE OF YOUR DOLLARS.
Consistently denying Corporate America and Wall Street your money will be a clear indication that they need to behave themselves and that you will not allow them to mistreat people. Terminate their greedy, corrupt existence by denying your monetary participation into their power structure. Couch Potatoes: Do not allow the Reality TV mindset to program your behavior.
Voting with the absence of your dollars carries over into every facet of existence; Useless oil wars, medical insurance mistreatment of patients, you name it.
Finally! It’s about time! The Wall Street protest must be carried out far and wide, and SUSTAINED throughout the USA, in every town and city, not confined to NYC. Deny Wall Street and Wal Mart their existence by denying your monetary participation into their power structure. Vote with the absence of your dollars. Carry on, people.