In America there’s leftwing populism and right wing populism. The Tea Party is saying big government is the problem, while Occupy Wall Street is saying that big business is the problem.
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Its hard to compare the Tea Party movement to the Occupy Wall Street one. The Tea Party are purely conservatives rooting for the Republican party and anything the Republican’s say against Obama or the Democrats goes. Occupy Wall Street however are a almost a Global movement now. They are not for one side or the other. They mostly are liberals.
Occupy Wall Street’s organizational presence is the New York General Assembly or “GA,” which convenes numbers in the high hundreds at its squat-site in Zuccotti Park.
Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a progressive protest movement that began on September 17, 2011, in Zuccotti Park, located in New York City’s Wall Street financial district, receiving global attention and spawning a surge in the movement against economic inequality worldwide.
Oct 18, 2011 · Christian Views On Social Issues: Occupy Wall Street By Lisa Sharon Harper and David Innes Editor’s Note: HuffPost Religion is running a series of posts by Lisa Sharon Harper and David Innes on
There’s no doubt you’ve heard of «Occupy Wall Street,» but you may be in the dark still about some of the details.
Among the views expressed: The Occupy Wall Street movement is the political left’s antidote to the right-leaning Tea Party. The Occupy Wall Street movement speaks for the have-nots in a society where wealth has been disproportionately amassed by the haves. The Occupy Wall Street movement will be absorbed into the Re-elect Barack Obama campaign.
Occupy Wall Street received an outpouring of support from Truthdig readers this week, many of them having championed the effort since before the mainstream media picked up on the excessive police
Two-thirds of New York City voters agree with the views of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. The poll is based on interviews from Oct. 12 to Oct. 16 with 1,068 registered voters.
The Occupy Wall Street website is a rich source of information about the views of the New York City protestors and their allies, and nearly all of the proceedings of meetings and discussion from