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  •  The solution is massive numbers in the streets (12+ / 0-)

    for months and months.

    The leaders know they can just wait out a protest here and there and they are doing OK with outwaiting Occupy.

    I always hope Occupy just keeps bringing people into the streets and screwing up the daily business as usual.

    Until business as usual is intefered with successfully, nothing will change.

    The people will have to exert real force to make changes. The bad guys are just holding their breath waiting for you to go away so thay can continue powerfucking the economy.

    Wall Street and the US Capitol should be packed with people 24/7 until things change. This could take years given the wealth of who we are fighting.

    But please and thank you have failed miserably.

    Voting? Hahahahahah. yeah... right.

    that's how we got here.

    •  Not Sure (10+ / 0-)

      I'd love to see massive people on the streets all summer.

      Call it "PROTESTIVAL 2013."

      Give it a carnival-like atmosphere. Bring all your issues and causes out onto the street. Make the rich and powerful feel small and miserable.

      But mass demonstrations aren't the only answer.

      Sometimes you just have to change a few minds. The Occupy movement definitely did that.

      "I'll believe that corporations are people when I see Rick Perry execute one."

      by bink on Fri Apr 12, 2013 at 07:04:27 AM PDT

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    •  Bad idea (0+ / 0-)

      You'll just infuriate those of us who live in NYC and can't get to work. Remember, NYC voted 81% for Obama. Get out and organize to elect a Progressive Mayor this fall (and NOT Anthony Weiner). And elect enough Democratic State Senators to put both Dean Skelos and Jeffrey Klein in the minority where they belong. (Yes, I'd support a primary to Klein, who is my State Senator.)

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