"Occupy Wall Street" Protest Continues
After bailouts, quantitative easing, and no jail sentences for foreclosure fraud, several different groups have taken to Wall Street to protest what many believe is a lack of democracy in current U.S. politics.
The financial crisis and the intentional weakening of the dollar by the Federal Reserve has placed the relationship between Wall Street and Washington in the cross-hairs of not only political activists, but politicians as well.
Just recently, the Federal Reserve’s policies were a hot topic during the Republican Presidential Primary Debates wherein Governor Rick Perry said it would be almost treasonous for Ben Bernanke to print more money.
Occupy Wall Street is now in its fourth day of protests.
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