Well I thank goodness that the whole " Day of Rage" turned out to be a day of yawns. The massive crowd on Wallstreet, blossomed into hundreds.
I believe the organizers want there to be tens of thousands so they could incite a riot and get lost in the crowd.
This could have been a serious protest had they not called it a Day of Rage or had "Al doggy doo doo, Sharpton," as a feautured speaker.
In L.A. the "Day of Rage" the protester's turn out was a real joke because their numbers were all the way up in to the dozens.
I think this lousy turn out shows that normal people maybe catching on to the divide and conquer bit.
They want action not more partisan BS which we keeps anything meaningful, and there is blame enough to cover everyone from Obama, through both Houses of Congress, right back to the regular people who are putting up with all the nonsense.
It's amazing that we don't see more people who are blinded in at least one eye or both with all the finger pointing.
Was not everyone taught as a child it's not polite to point, and don't talk when you have a mouthful?
I added the mouthful part because at least half of politicians are full of something, and it's not a bean burrito.