Quote:Thousands of anti-Wall Street protesters rallied in New York's Times Square on Saturday, buoyed by a global day of demonstrations in support of their monthlong campaign against corporate greed.Read More: huffingtonpost.com
Inspired by the Occupy Wall Street movement, protests on Saturday started in Asia and rippled through Europe back to the United States and Canada. Protesters fed up with economic inequality took to the streets in cities from Washington, Boston and Chicago to Los Angeles, Miami and Toronto.
"These protests are already making a difference," said Jordan Smith, 25, a former substance abuse counselor from San Francisco, who joined the New York protest. "The dialogue is now happening all over the world."
The protesters chanted, "We got sold out, banks got bailed out" and "All day, all week, occupy Wall Street." They arrived in Times Square at a time when the area is already crowded with tourists and Broadway theatergoers.
Regardless of where you stand on this issue, the momentum of this thing is steadily growing. Those who have a vested interest in seeing the status quo maintained are certainly kicking and screaming about this whole deal.
I find that quite fascinating. It's really getting to some neocon protein shake drinkers.
"A tree is identified by its fruit. Figs are never gathered from thornbushes, and grapes are not picked from bramble bushes."