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Re: “"Who Pooped And Peed on the Bank? (Ode to Betsy Lambert)"

This woman was obviously working for the Corporate Mainstream News which cannot handle the Fact that the Occupy Movement got Bank of America to back down from it's plan to add the new $5 Credit Card Fee to all of its clients.

This interview is so pathetic on the part of the news station that it goes without saying.

Note: The other banking Corps. like Chase are also backing off on the new Greed Fee they were going to charge if Bank of America went forward. We owe the Occupy Wall Street Movement a lot for doing this.

They are out there braving the cold weather trying to do something about the Banks, Corporations and Wall Street that got all of our homes lower 50% in value as the Bush Gang was fleeing the burning building.

The OWS people should be interviewed on a dignified basis with Pertinent Questions about
the movement.

In the past 2 and 1/2 years I have yet to see a News Media person asking a Banker or Wall Street CEO if he or she Stole money from their clients.

To ask the OWS this kind of question and not ask Wall Street the pertinent questions only shows how out of touch mainstream media news is. Either that or it shows how pathetically conniving they can be in trying to protect the monied interests that hire them.

I am proud of these young people for their attempts on behalf of all of us who are too afraid or too old to get out there and raise the awarness.

Before this movement appeared; I was beginning to think I was living in a land of Fatted Cattle, just standing around chewing their cuds waiting for the slaughter house train to haul them away for more butchery.

Be glad they are here. Especially if you yourself have not done anything about the people who lowered the value of your home by 50 per cent.

Posted by winslow on 11/10/2011 at 4:26 PM

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