John1171 Wrote:
Sep 18, 2012 8:48 AM
The difference is like that of a busy-body and a person with an occupation. The busy-body is usually disdained, whereas the person with the occupation is, to some extent, worth his pay. Therein lies the lesson. On Wall Street, people actually work, they are occupied, busy. Why would any enlightened person protest that idea? Might it be that people who engaged in the Occupy movement were not as enlightened as some first believed. If we consider the history of protest in the U.S.A. over the last 50 years, its costs were greater than its success or accomplished objectives, all of which says something for the continuity of protest. Failure likes to protest. Methinks thou dost.......