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Your message here. Tell Wall Street how you feel. The rich and the corporates need to understand that the economy is a totally-owned subsidiary of the environment; and that their money won't save them if they are allowed to ruin the earth, wreck the economy, and/or deprive other people of human, democratic, and financial rights. Charles Ellis Washington, DC 20009`
What we want. | 0
Those running and ruining our economy, environment and country in general have been allowed to act without consequence for their many misdeeds. Their greed and sociopathic craven indifference have fed on fear and ignorance in order to rake in massive amounts of money. They have profited from their ability to buy our government and most of the elected and appointed individuals in it. This greed has had many side effects. Their insatiable diet requires that there be no regulation of industry, Wall Street, and the Banks. Their actions go unscrutinized and unreported by the media that they largely own. It is against this background; where the republican party has been totally bought and the democratic party mostly owned, where corporations have become people, and a very politically active Supreme Court has been is now a right winged rubber stamp, that the Occupy Wall Street swell must draw its line in the wreckage. Where it must be stated that enough is enough. We want our rights, so speedily taken from us in the fog of fear created by the craven right wing, returned to us. We want the basics in life that help give us our dignity back. We want an end of greed. We want justice and the return of consequences for misdeeds in government, Wall Street and in the banks. We want transparency in government and industry. We want a clean and life sustaining environment. We want respect for all individuals irrespective to race, gender or religion or non-religion. We want good well paying jobs that do not kill our environment and our children. We want respect and consideration. Barry De Jasu Montague, MA 01351
Ladies & Gentlemen of The Board, exactly what are you going to do when you've effectly eliminated the rest of us, and have only yourselves to depend on for all your needs? Have you even considered that option? Nuff said... Daniel J. & Robin Sanchez Crossville, TN 38572-3524
There are those of you who may have worked hard to get where you are but without exception, you needed the labor and effort and commitment of those workers who did the work that gave you the profits that put you in the 1%. You didn't do it alone just as we are all part of larger community of relationships that make life fruitful, enjoyable, and sustainable. It's about time that you assume your respsonsibility to the 99% who helped you get where you are. You're no more elite than the ordinary laborer. You're still part of the larger community known as America so start acting like and American. This is the country that afforded you the opportunities to achieve what you have. It's also the country of shared responsibility. Start assuming yours instead of lettin your greed get in the way. Jerome Kirsling Menomonie, WI 54751
Greed | 0
The greed that is found in today's business world is immoral and unfair. The profits being generated by major corporations in America are not being passed down to the workers who play a role in generating these profits. Sending jobs overseas in order to pay lower wages and make more profits does not seem to be a policy that helps America. Please rethink your policies and do what will help our country thrive by bringing jobs back to America. How much fortune can you accumulate without hurting our beloved country? Vince Stein 12205