President Obama was silent on the exection of Troy Davis so don't expect him to care about any protest against Wall Street-Progressives and Liberals were appeased in 2008 by Obama but now he is looking to Wall Street and the wealthy and powerful to keep him in power.
It is for the most part the Tea Party -GOP-Religious Right who are now calling the shots in Washington .
The videos below about the march on Wall Street point out that the Mainstream Media including people such as Maddow are not covering the story. Yet whenever there are three or more Tea Partyiers protesting not just Fox News but all of the MSM show up .
Doe this mean that the MSM is too afraid of Wall Street and powerful elites who control the United States
The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur explains why he supports the Occupy Wall Street protests that are not being covered enough (if at all) by the mainstream media.
MSM: Occupy Wall St.
Uploaded by TheAlyonaShow on Sep 20, 2011
While the mainstream media has been spending endless hours having producers cut clips from last night's shows, like 'Dancing with the Stars', and wasting air time talking about the entertainment world, let's remember something that's going on in our very real world right now. That's Occupy Wall Street, the protest that's been taking place since Saturday, September 17th where an estimated two thousand people came out. Now four days in, there are about 150 to 200 protesters who still remain camped out in Zuccoti Park, dubbed Liberty Plaza. At least five people have been arrested but the mainstream media remains not entertained.
Thom Hartmann: Protesters - Screwed by the Banksters!
Uploaded by TheBigPictureRT on Sep 20, 2011
Zaid Jilani w/ thinkprogress.org joins Thom Hartmann. Looks like more and more Americans are tired of being screwed by the banksters who've infected our body politic. Over a thousand demonstrators converged on Wall Street over the weekend to demand banksters be held accountable for their high crimes that - according to the World Bank - have impoverished 64 million people around the planet. The demonstrators are also demanding major structural reforms to our economy. Adbusters is the organization that fist conceived of the idea to occupy Wall Street and - point of full disclosure - I've written for Adbusters over the years. Their call for the occupation on their website reads: "On September 17, we want to see 20,000 people flood into lower Manhattan, set up tents, kitchens, peaceful barricades and occupy Wall Street for a few months. Once there, we shall incessantly repeat our one simple demand until Barack Obama capitulates." So will this kind of activism produce some real change - and awaken the tens of millions of Americans who've been screwed by Wall Street?
and so it goes,