130 Arrested At Occupy Chicago—Occupy Wall Street About A Fair Shake For Hard Working People
A big thanks to the 130 people arrested at Occupy Chicago yesterday.
Above is a recent photo from the Occupy Chicago Facebook page.
After two nurses were arrested, National Nurses United will be marching on Chicago City Hall to demand that the all charges be dropped.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel raised something like $12 million for his election victory earlier this year.
The whole process is so corrupt on both sides of the aisle.
Nurses and everyday working people don’t have millions of dollars to get their message out.
What everyday people have is their time, effort, and imagination.
People should not be arrested for taking part in our democracy.
I support the Occupy Wall Street movement because I am a hard-working, taxpaying citizen who votes in every election.
People should have access to good jobs and those jobs should offer fair wages and good benefits.
Those most able to pay taxes should pay a fair share.
Everyday American citizens should have a larger voice in our politics.
Here are links to Occupy efforts in Texas. If you don’t see your city on this list–which is a few days old now– than go ahead and start Occupy yourself wherever it is you may live.
Please consider taking the time to learn more about the Occupy Wall Street effort.
In my view Occupy Wall Street is about everyday people who want a fair shake in exchange for hard work.