Miley Twerking On Things We Should Talk About

If she's twerking on it, maybe we'll pay attention.

On September 17, 2011 a national movement was sparked to challenge the control of the ruling class over our political and economic system. Filling a vacuum left by Obama’s shift towards the political center, the Occupy Wall Street movement used populist language of “The 99% vs. The 1%” to draw attention to the nation’s increasingly astronomical wealth gap and the failure of either political party’s ability to contest the rule of the economic elite and the corporate-controlled system they continue to benefit from.
Now, nearly two years after the Occupy movement was systemically repressed by police forces under control of Democratic mayors, the very conditions that spawned movement remain in place for much of the American population.
http://occupywallst.org/

On September 17, 2011 a national movement was sparked to challenge the control of the ruling class over our political and economic system. Filling a vacuum left by Obama’s shift towards the political center, the Occupy Wall Street movement used populist language of “The 99% vs. The 1%” to draw attention to the nation’s increasingly astronomical wealth gap and the failure of either political party’s ability to contest the rule of the economic elite and the corporate-controlled system they continue to benefit from.

Now, nearly two years after the Occupy movement was systemically repressed by police forces under control of Democratic mayors, the very conditions that spawned movement remain in place for much of the American population.


http://occupywallst.org/