This idea of a movement that is all-inclusive, all-respectful, all, well, everything, inspired the documentary 99%, the collaborative film about Occupy Wall Street as unique and diverse as the movement itself.
Nothing could enhance American democracy more than if Occupy Wall Street helped enact the 28th Constitutional Amendment to end the pretense that corporations are people who speak with money. The 99% can stop the privatization of government.
Republicans... just admit it. You cry every time you see that damn film. And why shouldn't you? The most heroic guy in town -- a true Ayn Rand colossus -- is brought low and defeated by a starry-eyed socialist.
Whether we're marching for Healthcare not Warfare, leading a teach-in on the cost of war, or helping to create safe spaces for women's participation, our fabulous PINK team has been at the heart of this beautiful, burgeoning movement.
The Occupy movement has drawn attention to how too many in the 1 percent get to play by their own rules while exploiting the 99 percent. But who's doing the most to damage our economy and democracy? You tell us.
Why not cede physical ground to the police and city authorities as needed, giving up on the idea of long-term physical occupation when it's necessary. Why not short-term occupations as they make sense?