Do you think that you will get your next job from a OWS protester or one of those "evil corporations"?
I say "evil corporation" with a heavy hint of sarcasm. In reality, unless you own your own business, in the future will you end up working for an OWS protester or will you work for a business owner? Some of us have done fairly well working for corporations. I know that I am much happier than I would be working for one of those poor slobs out protesting. David ~ Do you mean the same Michael Moore that claims Cuba's health care system is better than those in the US? That is laughable. When has anything good come out of Cuba regarding health care? Funny, I haven't heard of any new life saving procedures or new drugs come out of that superior research and development that they have in Cuba. In short, Michael Moore is a charleton that has used capitalism to make millions off of the people, who buy his films and cannot think for themselves. I Jacob ~ You are talking Political/Corporate cronyism. So, I assume that you will not be voting for Obama, right? Given his cronyism with Jeffrey Immelt at GE and his cronyism with Solyndra. Right, if OWS'ers are serious about this then how can they vote for Obama? Moderate Rock ~ Are you as angry at the crony politicians like Obama who keep handing corporations our tax money? Or are you just angry at the corporations?
Asked By: Perry - 10/26/2011
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"evil corporations". in reality they should by protesting stock speculators, but i doubt that even crossed their collective minds. without corporations there are no jobs. by the way, obama put 700 foreigners to work with millions from the stemulus funds. i bet a lot of americans would have appreciated a chance for one... More
Answered By: alienmiss - 10/26/2011
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Spot on. The OWS'ers claim that the rich are getting richer and the poor are getting poorer... More
Answered By: Brad - 10/26/2011
Brad, you are just saying that because you were one of the few fortunate that have actually made it... More
Answered By: David:) - 10/26/2011
I am sure you understand that the higher ups in the corps are the people that were protesting in the 60's. And that businesses are for the most part not owned by the top 1%. And that the protest is an extension of the issue that some people have with the new ability of corps to donate a capless amount of money to... More
Answered By: h - 10/26/2011
Yes, I do take the tablescraps from the 1% because I'd rather not starve. Still, dead peasant policies should be illegal. Corporations are NOT people. Unlimited anonymous campaign contributions are immoral. Appointing Goldman Sachs CEOs to the office of the US Treasury is not a good idea. The "trickle down" theory... More
Answered By: Jacob - 10/26/2011
Neither at the moment. `Some` is hardly an inclusive word. I`m glad that you are happy when millions aren`t. Good for you. @Brad ... No it`s not.
Answered By: Robert Abuse - 10/26/2011
OWS protesters are not jealous of the rich, they are angry that a lot of them got there by stealing money from the everyone through questionable (at best) legal means. Wall Street bankers have not won at the game of success - they have cheated on almost every level and bankrupted the country in the process.
Answered By: Matthew - 10/26/2011
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