Larry Williams Jr

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Larry Williams Jr
Posted over 2 years ago
Why is there is little or no mainstream media coverage of the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests?
Just thought I should drop in with a quick comment because KrisztiƔn seems to be missing one major blaring point: Campaign funding is the best predictor of elections and policy(by the way corporations are raking in record profits after being bailed out by tax payers in 08' remember?) . Thomas Ferguson an economist has great work on this. Incumbant reelection is extremely high because of outspending. Financial institutions, the same that funded Obama's campaign, got what they paid for, relatively lax regulation. My point here is if you look at Citizens vs United which allows corporations to buy elections directly instead of indirectly ("free speech"), the class warfare consistently waged by corporiations and non depository institutions which control politics in Washington by way of campaign contributions and economic hostage taking, are the reason for the protests. If you can't understand that, then I guess you're a part of the 1% controlling the wealth. This isn't likely so you're probably just uninformed, and that, I'm not mad at you. :-)
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Larry Williams Jr
Posted over 2 years ago
Why is there is little or no mainstream media coverage of the 'Occupy Wall Street' protests?
Just thought I should drop in with a quick comment because KrisztiƔn seems to be missing one major blaring point: Campaign funding is the best predictor of elections and policy(by the way corporations are raking in record profits after being bailed out by tax payers in 08' remember?) . Thomas Ferguson an economist has great work on this. Incumbant reelection is extremely high because of outspending. Financial institutions, the same that funded Obama's campaign, got what they paid for, relatively lax regulation. My point here is if you look at Citizens vs United which allows corporations to buy elections directly instead of directly ("free speech"), the class warfare consistently waged by corporiations and non depository institutions which control politics in Washington by way of campaign contributions and economic hostage taking, are the reason for the protests. If you can't understand that, then I guess you're a part of the 1% controlling the wealth. This isn't likely so you're probably just uninformed, and that, I'm not mad at you. :-)