In your own words what do anti-Wall St people them to do?

Please no cut and pastes or links. Tell me what you want corporations to do in your own words without parroting George Soros. Yeah missed a word: In your own words what do anti-Wall St people want them to do?

Asked By: Two Clown Circus - 10/8/2011
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We want a fair chance at the American Dream. We were told from kindergarten to go to college when we graduate and get a good job. Once we do, the banks won't loan and if we do get loans we can't get jobs. We were lied to by corporate America. And say there is middle aged person who starts a business, they can't due to... More
Answered By: Kyrie F - 10/8/2011
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They have no clue what they want or what they want corporations to do.
Answered By: Big Mam - 10/8/2011
Question makes no sense. But I'll give you an answer anyway: McDonald's french fries are by far the best fast food fries ever.
Answered By: The Blunt Ugly Truth - 10/8/2011
How about pay a fair wage?
Answered By: Karasu - 10/8/2011
In part, they want corporations to stop sitting on cash reserves and to put that money to work in the economy. Of course no amount of street protest will do that. What might cause it to happen is a moderate increase in inflation, so that sitting on cash results in a loss of value compared to potential investment.
Answered By: cosmo - 10/8/2011
Kind of bossy aren't you.
Answered By: shindypetite - 10/8/2011
To pay me what I am worth, so I can save money, so I can take paid vacations and go somewhere. To save money to start my own business. That is what this is about. It is about bringing back the American Dream.
Answered By: Crow - 10/8/2011
Like the Herseys, the Heinz and others did during the depression, things were bad but they knew they needed to invest in the US to bring it back. Even though everyone thought they were crazy to expand and build new factories when times were so tough they did it anyway and in doing so started the recovery... More
Answered By: itsamini1 - 10/8/2011
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