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Unregistered
11/15/11, 08:02 AM
When the 1% has the guns and the money the 99% don't have a chance.

Unregistered
11/15/11, 05:34 PM
How can pundits go on the radio and TV day after day and be proven wrong over and over again yet still be considered reliable sources of the country's pulse. OWS should not be covered because it's just in NYC. OWS will never be a real movement like the tea party. OWS will be gone when the first snow falls. OWS will run away and never return once they are beaten away.

Unregistered
11/15/11, 09:28 PM
How can pundits go on the radio and TV day after day and be proven wrong over and over again yet still be considered reliable sources of the country's pulse. OWS should not be covered because it's just in NYC. OWS will never be a real movement like the tea party. OWS will be gone when the first snow falls. OWS will run away and never return once they are beaten away.

Every pundit works for a publicly traded company. Wall Street PWNS them.

Unregistered
11/18/11, 05:34 AM
Every pundit works for a publicly traded company. Wall Street PWNS them.

This is not true. I would guess most work for privately held firms. The highest paid historian in the land and a noted financial advisor, Newton Leroy Gingrich works for the Gingrich Group. On the low-end Bristol Palin, the noted teenage pregnancy prevention pundit, works for a nonprofit called the Candie’s Foundation where she is the CEO so she only got $262,500 in 2009. David H. Koch and Charles G. Koch fund many organizations each year that employ a plethora of pundits that are not publicly traded. (Koch Industries, who benefits from this, is the largest privately owned company in the United States.)

Unregistered
11/19/11, 04:31 AM
I don't know, there may be some life in them yet. Projecting their slogans on the Verizon building was sweet.

Unregistered
11/20/11, 09:18 AM
Its not over until we say it is