Conservatives: what exactly do you have against the wall street protesters?

I understand you may not like their methods (I personally don't like the Tea party methods but i digress) but what exactly do you have against their message? Are you for unlimited corporate greed? Are you pro the wall street that nearly destroyed America? I don't understand the thinking here. And if you say something like "they don't have jobs" I would like to inform you that is not a legitimate answer and i also will look down on you for not being smart enough to actually answer the question.

Asked By: - 10/6/2011
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I have nothing against them. I just like laughing at them :)
Answered By: YoungCon - 10/6/2011
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I am against the fact that they are kids who know nothing of the world, they are mostly between 18 and 25, and think the country owes them it all ... the country owes you nothing
Answered By: woodude - 10/6/2011
They don't have a message, they just inconvenience people who try to drive on the roads, go to work or move the economy forward.
Answered By: Horse Head - 10/6/2011
You mean unioners (like busdrivers) who get paid $100,000 a year...who are funding them...while they protest against wallstreet for unemployment... Thats why. Because their as clueless as everyone in your party.
Answered By: Jason Jackson - 10/6/2011
1. You don't get to block the Brooklyn Bridge and call it "civil disobedience." What if an ambulance is trying to get to an ill or dying patient on the other side of that bridge... More
Answered By: El Tecolote - 10/6/2011
I don't like stupid stuff, for someone to be protesting and not know what they are protesting for is stupid
Answered By: cry baby liberal - 10/6/2011
One person's "corporate greed" is another persons enterprise, initiative, and innovation. Obongo famously said, "at some point you have earned enough money." According to this idiotic notion, Steve Jobs should have quit after the Apple II. The protesters belong in front of the White House, not on Wall St.
Answered By: Shovel Ready - 10/6/2011
They simply don't get that they are a large part of the problem that the protestors are rallying against. They are clueless. What's obviously so wrong with the system is what looks so right to them. Pathetic excuses for human beings!
Answered By: plattersby - 10/6/2011
What is it about the TEA party "methods" you disagree with. If these wall str "demonstrators" want to address the source of the problem they need to go to DC not New York. From their list of "demands" they appear to have no idea how the Country works. To meet them would require an all powerful government that would... More
Answered By: smsmith500 - 10/6/2011
Wall street alone did not create the current financial crisis in this nation. Irresponsible laws written by folks like Barney Frank forced banks to make loans to people who should not have been given the loan. If you can't put down 20% on the home you wish to buy, then you should not be qualified for a loan... More
Answered By: Joe - 10/6/2011
Conservatives don't like the protesters for targeting the actual source of the nations strife, Wall Street.
Answered By: lordfrig - 10/6/2011
I was for it but now people like Michael Moore and George Soros are exploiting it for their own agenda and its not longer a protest but enabling oppression.
Answered By: Cognitive Virtuoso - 10/6/2011
They have nothing. Fox Spews tells the sheeple to hate, and just like good little sheep they abide.
Answered By: CONs ate my crayons - 10/6/2011
The fact that they are trying to make out like their the victims!! The fact that they are the problem and not the solution!! The fact that I personally seen and heard (from the news and from their lips to my ears) these people wanting communism!! and a whole host of other reasons!!
Answered By: Miles from Michigan - 10/6/2011
for one thing, they paid there loans back. obama got that money. and the housing crash was a direct result of clinton and janet reno prosecuting banks with racist civil rights laws to force then to loan to people that couldnt pay it back. then barney frank lies and him and dodd make fortunes for them and all their... More
Answered By: Charles - 10/6/2011
I don't have much "against them" collectively because I don't think that they have a collective message yet except that they are unhappy. Individually, I have only heard whining---spoiled kids with an entitlement complex getting hit with the reality that sometimes you can make good decisions and life does not turn out... More
Answered By: Bri May - 10/6/2011
Am I for "unlimited corporate greed"? That depends. When the protesters say "corporate greed", don't they really mean "earning a profit from mutually beneficial, consensual transactions... More
Answered By: McNamara - 10/6/2011
Watch the video that describes in their own words what they are trying to do... More
Answered By: Alicia - 10/7/2011
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