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Obama, Sachs, Ferguson Own Words on Occupy Wall Street

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Oct 14, 2011, titled Obama, Sachs, Ferguson Own Words on Occupy Wall Street. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

U.S. President Barack Obama, Jeffrey Sachs, an economics professor at Columbia University, and Niall Ferguson, a history professor at Harvard University, offer their views on the Occupy Wall Street protests.

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#1 Oct 14, 2011
If not for the media the march on Wall Street would equate to a gnat fart in a football stadium. Marchers’ demands are popular amongst their ranks but the vast majority of Americans are not buying their marxist idiocy.
Who in their right mind wants to associate with people who scrutinize the net worth of others and then take from them? Isn’t that the MO for a pack of thieves?
It’s safe to say marchers also scrutinize each other’s net worth during their off time. Perhaps one may have more Ramen noodles than another or a car that runs or more beads or more Jerry Garcia memorabilia, etc. Surely it’s an environment for rampant envy and jealously.

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