Everyone at Occupy Wall Street wants to be a part of something, but they don’t know what they’re really a part of. They occupy “Wall Street,” but really what does that mean? You’ve got everyone from the liberals to the tea party to the conservatives there and they’re all battling each other. It’s like everybody is on one big acid trip and they’re all special in an erotic way. No one seems to know what's going on. And when you go online and watch the news and listen to them, they don’t know what to tell you because they don’t even know what’s going on. This thing is completely out of hand. I think it’s just some plot for something. Somebody smart is behind it, but I don't know who.
There are problems on Wall Street, yeah. They’re horrible right now. They’ve never really been caught, or called out on things. Billions of dollars hitting the fan and nobody cared how Wall Street was hitting us.
I have problems with Wall Street. I have problems with Big Brother. I hate my dog-walker. We all got problems with everybody. So I can write on my sign, “I just don’t like none of y’all,” because none of y’all are making any damn sense, and I would probably get a group of people following me in the same damn week, with the same damn sign, saying the same damn thing.
They’re civil. They’re not being barbaric about it, but still, you can’t get 1,000 cavemen together and not think they won’t beat each other to hell. It’s one big massive protest on anything and everything. It’s stupid. It just doesn’t make sense. There’s no one person taking control of all this. You can walk five steps and you see five different things going on. No one has said, “This is what we’re fighting for, this is what we believe, this is what we’re all about.” Nobody has done that. You go across the street, you go to New York, you go to San Francisco, you go to Chicago, you go to Albany. Five people will have six, seven different views on why they’re there. And that’s why they’re not being heard.
They're protesting basketball season because they don't have anything else to protest. They're going to say, “We want basketball back!” I mean, it’s not going anywhere. Everybody’s saying, “This is corrupt and we need to fix it.” OK, well how do we do it? Do you have any ideas? Who do you think is the best candidate to solve this problem? And they say, “Oh, I don’t know.” So why are you here?
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