Thursday, November 17, 2011

Where Is Marie Antoinette When You Need Her ?

Today, November 17th, marks the two month anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. It is also the day that the movement, having been evicted from Zuccotti Park,  is in the process of shutting down Wall Street itself and disrupting transportation and bridges all over New York City with a " Day of Action"

There isn't much about it at the moment on Cable News, but I suspect the talking heads will split hairs and parse opinions on the afternoon and evening shows.  If you don't want to wait for tonight's sanitized pundits, you can check out the state of the disruption on a live feed here.

Meanwhile, down on the floor of the stock exchange it's business as usual. The masters of the universe are doing their thing as if nothing has changed--they haven't figured out yet that things will never be the same again.

It isn't over till it's over.  Just ask Marie Antoinette!

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