Perhaps, all if not the majority of political on lookers commenting on the recent Wall Street Protestors have misinterpreted, misunderstood or misrepresented the presence of these protestors. Indeed, if not for their misguided replies and empty rhetoric would it not be so easy to identify these gutless political opponents as having committed the cardinal sin of all freedoms and "sold their very souls" to corporate greed and democratic corruption.
But indeed one thing and one thing only is beholding to the protestors in their role which "we, each of us" in the face of the economic crisis brought about through corporate greed and political disgrace must reaffirm and be reminded that "We The People" are the core of this democracy.
We are FREE to demonstrate our dis-satisfaction with our governance, its policies and the selfish disregard of elected officials as authorized by that most powerful doctrine we call the U.S. Constitution.
No matter whether we be of Tea Party or Occupy Wall Street affiliation, "We The People" have the right to call out obstructionist policies, practices, politicians or corporate agendas which seek the demise of our republic and the freedoms of its people.
From decades of shipping American jobs and capital off shores and overseas, to the unmanned oversight and lacking promotion of American technological advancements these political and corporate obstructionist have failed our democracy.
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