Wednesday, October 19, 2011
New York Magazine asks relevant questions of 50 Wall Street Occupiers... claims "results were mixed". If by "mixed" they mean that young people with the time and means to be spending their days and nights camping out in a wanna-be hippie shanty town actually possessing the knowledge to know why they are there, then, yes, by all means the results were as mixed as a tossed salad. See for yourself below and more at the link.
What does the government spend more on? Health care and pensions, education, or the military?
The Military - 94%
Health care and pensions - 4%
Education - 2%
What is the "SEC"?
Don't know - 68%
The Securities and Exchange Commission - 28%
The Southeastern Conference - 4%
Hey, at least some people have their priorities straight.