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F OccupyWallStreet, They Need To OccupyCongress

“The vast majority of members of Congress are quite comfortable,
financially, while many of their own constituents suffer from economic
hardships,” noted Sheila Krumholz, executive director of the Center for
Responsive Politics. Read more on Newsmax.com: Study:
Nearly Half of Congressional Members Are Millionaires

Yeah, so as Zuccotti Park’s air is cleansed of the remaining Occupy Wall Street scent (the “shit-scent” repeatedly reported by passer-bys, pepper spraying NYPD, local business owners, and newly unemployed Wall Streeters) does that mean Occupy WallStreet needs to Occupy Congress? Who is next amongst the hated One-Percenters!?
The target seems to be the likes of our elected officials. But really, is it a surprise that those gigs pay extremely well? Heck no! Is is a surprise that they may (according to some online sources) be partcipating in Insider Trading?? Heck no! They (The Hill) have so many resources and information and pots of fed money available to them that this is not a surprse at all. So I think OWS needs to pack it’s little bags, buy a new tent or two, and head to where these people live- D.C.!
Can’t wait to see OccupyObama or OccuppyCongress on Twitter.