You still don't seem to understand why we #occupywallstreet, what it is that we're doing there. In fact, you keep giving the impression that even we at the protest don't know why we're there. But we know. We all know. It can't be avoided. I mean, are you really struggling to find reasons why people in this economic and political climate might be disgruntled?
I guess I'll take a stab at just a small list of reasons people have come to Wall Street. Feel free to address any or all of the following during your nightly newscasts or 24-hour news cycles:
Lack of jobs, healthcare, decent education; home foreclosures; unsurmountable debt due to predatory lending; losing pensions and retirement funds; cuts to the public sector and threatening collective bargaining rights in some states; the fact that politicians, the media, and NYPD itself are all in the back pockets of Wall Street; that there are four corporations that own nearly all the banks in this country and about the same amount that own all the media; that it's corporations, lobbyists, and special interests that decide elections and not people; that white collar criminals rarely face jail time while thousands upon thousands of people are in prison on account of an ill-conceived drug war; that an innocent man was recently executed by the state of Georgia; that we are yet engaged in the longest-running military wars in US history despite being trillions of dollars in debt; that our civil liberties have been eroded since 9/11 under the PATRIOT act which Obama extended; that 1% of the population lives in the lap of luxury while our planet and 99% of the people in it are suffering in a system that is unjust, violent, exploitative, greedy, racist, and immoral...
Now, you may DISAGREE with the reasons people are protesting (FOX, I'm looking at you) but to claim that you don't understand what/why we're protesting... I dunno, it just seems a bit disingenuous.
Thanks for your time and consideration.