Occupy Wall Street: Moving to Your Street?
Parsippany has both McMansions and food pantries. Should the next protest be staged at Smith Field?
The Occupy Wall Street Movement continues, as disenfranchised Americans meet up, team up and speak up about what they see as the inequities of our country. Calling themselves the 99 Percent, the protestors express concerns about big business’ impact on politics.
Yesterday marked the beginning of a week-long protest in the Journal Square area of Jersey City.
Living in Parsippany, within Morris County (the eighth wealthiest county in the U.S.), in a town with a median household income of $86,013, versus the national average of $55,970, this issue is relevant to us.
Parsippany has both McMansions and food pantries, after all.
What are your thoughts on the Occupy Wall Street movement? Do you support it, or are you against it?
Also, many of the supporters appear to be young/recent college grads. What are your thoughts for students just entering the workforce struggling to find jobs?