Let's Occupy Common Ground
So, I've noticed that "left" vs. "right" and "us" vs. "them" mentality is already skewing the Occupy Wall Street movement and causing anger. There are good reasons for Americans - ALL Americans -- to be angry about what transpired on Wall Street. Come on, there was that mugging we took in 2008, the subsequent case of PTSD, and the fact that our whole system is pretty darn corrupt, unjust, and distorted.
Today I wrote Let's Occupy Common Ground for Fool.com -- I'm pretty sure as long as people continue to think "politically" and fight with one another in a polarized manner, the relatively small number of people in power (politicians, big, influential corporations, and big, influential unions) are the ones who always win. This also addresses how they get that influence -- all that political spending.