The American people are tired of the greedy leaders of Wall Street and corporate America because of the collapsing environment, the crisis resulting from labor standards, housing policy, government corruption, World Bank lending practices, unemployment, and the increasing wealth disparity of a poverty stricken nation.
I concur with the Occupy Wall Street protestor on the corruptions within our government ranks that are leading to disparity amongst the American people during troubling economy.
I. Topic: Occupy Wall Street Protesters Take Message to the Capital A. Introductions
II. Government Powers
B.World Bank Lending practices
III. Arguments for Positions
D.Increasing Wealth disparity
More so than ever in our struggling economy is the time for Americans to truly take time to understand how economics work. With the ongoing financial struggles that we are faced with it requires the citizens to open our microeconomics and macroeconomics text book. We must begin to investigate the true meaning of how our monetary and fiscal policy is supposed to work in our recessed economy. As expressed by the Occupy Wall Street protesters it is clear that greed has lead to our financial windfall. Leaving me to wonder do our elected officials really understand how our economics system works. Like the Occupy Wall Street protesters the American people have a wide array of complaints, demands, and goals. The American people along with cries around the world are tired of the collapsing environment, labor standards, housing policy, government corruption, World Bank lending practices, unemployment, and the increasing wealth disparity of a poverty stricken nation. Different people have been affected by different aspects of the same system; they believe that these were symptoms of the same core problem in the world’s financial crisis. In the mean time, prompting a dominos effect around the world which consisted of a demographic pool of young protesters do to the rise of unemployment. Leaving us to wonder why stiffer regulations haven’t been imposed on Wall Street and in corporate America. As we continue to monitor the Occupy on Wall Street protest it is certain that it will not end anytime soon. The American protestors continue to grow in numbers of anti-capitalist protesters around Wall Street to demonstrate their disgust against corporate greed. A majority of the demonstrators believe that Wall Street gluttony has played a key role in the disconcerting economy and financial deficit. Thus resulting in the typical banker and investor pockets remaining fat, while the American people continue to fight in the saturated economy. It is clear that the majorities thinks that Wall Street bankers are greedy, overpaid and dishonest, resulting in an increase poll numbers by the American people in the last two decades. Over time, opinions about the financial woes of the U.S. have gotten worse; resulting in most citizens of the country saying they...