Sunday, November 20, 2011

WKMA may not get around to answering all the rhetorical questions posed by Obama campaign staffers, but as for Anita Dunn's question found in the article "Lobbying Firm's Memo Spells Out Plan to Undermine Occupy Wall Street:"

"She rejected the suggestion that the president himself is too close to Wall Street, saying “If that’s the case, why were tough financial reforms passed over party line Republican opposition?”

..because they weren't tough, written by the same advisers that spearheaded the era of deregulation, and they were without question bipartisan. Deceptiveness concerning matters of creating a sustainable economy is precisely why Occupy Wall Street is necessary.

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