What Politicians Are Saying About Occupy Wall Street

  • Just shy of six weeks after the protests began in Manhattan, Occupy Wall Street has become a worldwide phenomenon and everyone has weighed in from the White House to ghosts of New York politicians past. Here’s our roundup of reactions to Occupy Wall Street from political figures. (All images via Getty)


  1. Havey Clark says:

    To me this movement is a natural reaction similar to other countries of slaves (financially) rising up against their masters (or those who are better off. We can not comment in full about these financial issues because it is potentially dangerous. We can, however, work and be productive in our own lives and search for the answers to
    help others, which is more constructive than protesting in a group where there
    can be many misguided ideas.

    HC from Canada

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