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Occupy Wall St. vs Fox News

Jesse LaGreca talks about his encounter with Fox News.

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Anonymous

You sir just don't get it and probably never will. Not everyone makes the most of their lives and it's never about the ones who have giving anything to anyone! It's just about having a fair and equal playing field

Anonymous

You sir just don't get it and probably never will. Not everyone makes the most of their lives and it's never about the ones who have giving anything to anyone! It's just about having a fair and equal playing field

Anonymous

I'm trying to listen carefully to the arguments of OWS and balance them with my own experience. I'm not rich but know a number of successful business owners and other professionals. In my observation they all exhibit a number of traits. They are smart, educated, work way too hard, and in many case have taken large risks that have paid off. I don't know any who inherited a dime. In fact in all cases they came from modest or pretty poor means. The fact that they started with little seems to have been a common driver in their motivation to achieve. Many days I envy their material wealth but I can't feel ill against their achievement. That being said I think we should eliminate "too big to fail" from our lexicon. The minute a business, bank, insurance company, or other institution becomes "too big to fail" then we're all in trouble. I'm of strong opinion that the majority of our problems stem not from business but politicians who have catered to votes using other people's money for so long that they've created a debt monster which will be eating us alive for decades to come.

Anonymous

I'm trying to listen carefully to the arguments of OWS and balance them with my own experience. I'm not rich but know a number of successful business owners and other professionals. In my observation they all exhibit a number of traits. They are smart, educated, work way too hard, and in many case have taken large risks that have paid off. I don't know any who inherited a dime. In fact in all cases they came from modest or pretty poor means. The fact that they started with little seems to have been a common driver in their motivation to achieve. Many days I envy their material wealth but I can't feel ill against their achievement. That being said I think we should eliminate "too big to fail" from our lexicon. The minute a business, bank, insurance company, or other institution becomes "too big to fail" then we're all in trouble. I'm of strong opinion that the majority of our problems stem not from business but politicians who have catered to votes using other people's money for so long that they've created a debt monster which will be eating us alive for decades to come.

Anonymous

But the point is all about who is paying for the politicians, the process is a sieve through which money flows freely and corrupts the process.

Anonymous

But the point is all about who is paying for the politicians, the process is a sieve through which money flows freely and corrupts the process.

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