October 05, 2011

Stephen Colbert on the Occupy Wall Street movement

To his credit, Stephen Colbert covered the Wall Street protests early on. On September 21, he sent someone to speak with the demonstrators and, rather than being some stoned, hippy-dippy, counter-culture goofballs, found an earnest set of young people who were able to clearly articulate what the problem was with America today and why they were protesting.


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Posted by tax resolution on October 9, 2011 01:12 PM

Stephen Colbert is VERY respectable. He's hilarious and controversial at the same time. That's great that someone found some protestors who actually knew what they were protesting. That's seriously amazing!

Yet I still have to wonder what the issue is with everyone focusing on the lives of other people... complaining about everything they don't like, instead of skipping all that and just creating what they want.

Posted by Cal Emerson - Occupy Wall Street Protest Protestor on October 11, 2011 01:22 AM