|A sign at an Occupy Camp in New Haven, CT|
There were plenty of talking heads blabbing about Obama's speech, however. The main news networks seemed to see coverage of both events as mutually exclusive.
Tens of thousands of people in the streets protesting greed, corruption, and failed policy is a big deal. Our future hope lies in this sort of political awareness and action.
Occupy Wall Street seeks the restoration of democracy in America and ending the corporate-run state. It represents a vital and emerging consciousness that many fear.
Just because corporate media do not like the Occupy Wall Street message doesn't make it disappear.
THIS IS NOT HAPPENING!
|May Day in New York City|
OWS is gearing up for Summer 2012, but many kept the presence alive in places during the winter months.
|Occupy The New Hampshire Primary|
|Occupy Keene, New Hampshire|
|Occupy New Haven by Yale University|
|Good Question: "Why is it called democracy overseas and called anarchy here?"|
AND LET'S NOT FORGET ABOUT THIS...
It's pretty obvious Barack Obama does not truly care about Occupy Wall Street or the 99%, but we should still expect some basic support of citizens' rights.