Poll: Do you support the protesters on Wall Street (and elsewhere)?

Do you support the protesters on Wall Street (and elsewhere)?

- Yes
- No
- Haven’t heard about them
- Not sure

Number of votes: 204

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arun phatak    
waterford  |  October, 14, 2011 at 09:33 AM

Middle class protester are better representative of America than tea party,wall street is out of control,supreme court too supportive of rich,tea party wants to go back to 1776 also they support wall street

OH  |  October, 14, 2011 at 10:09 AM

You are correct, sir.

Dr. Mauck    
Sullivan, IL  |  October, 14, 2011 at 09:46 AM

These protestors are neo-communist useful idiots who mostly are spoiled rich kids from Ivy League schools along with counterparts from the socialist union movement. They are backed by the usual suspects, the Worker's World Party (the face of modern communism), etc. They wish to destroy the very system of business that is the only hope for the jobs they say they want, but would prefer to demand money from others instead of working for it themselves.

OH  |  October, 14, 2011 at 10:07 AM

Too bad the Republican supporters are so brain washed that they can't see how big business and Wall street have ruined this country. So they ridicule people that are trying to open people's eyes to what is happening.

Kip Dutton    
Bradford County Pennsylvania  |  October, 14, 2011 at 07:04 PM

Kind of hard to support people who want something for nothing. They whine about capitolism, but they all do it on I-phones hooked to facebook.

Olympia, Washington  |  October, 15, 2011 at 12:08 AM

The kids/demonstrators may be naive, but the rest of America needs to appreciate the extent "Wall Street" interests such as Goldman Sucks and JP Morgan and the Federal Reserve have saddled generations with debt while racking in cash now for themselves.

WA  |  October, 19, 2011 at 11:28 PM

bill the banks did not put us in debt to effect generations the government did! Myself along with the tea party would rather nobody got bailouts but the banks you are reffering to repaid everything they got from the government and paid interest on top of that as they should have. Where the system is broken is in the fact for them to get re-elected is constantly spending money whether that be the democrats you vote in or the republicans I vote in. We must require term limits to stop the scratch your back you scratch mine mentality our government officials peddle in with special interest groups.

great barrington Ma  |  October, 18, 2011 at 08:01 PM

What i wish they would say is ok...we'll keep ourcredit cards issued by the big guns and only spend 10 dollars per year. Then we will all get credit cards from our local credit union. and use that as our primary creit card. that way we keep monies local and send a huge voice . the only way to really make a difference is to hit them in the pocketbook.

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