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Patch's Poll: What's Your Take On Occupy Wall Street?

It's been going on since mid-September - is it time to end the protest?

On Tuesday, New York City police cleared Zuccotti Park of the Occupy Wall Street protesters, and that afternoon a judge ruled that "that city can stop protesters from bringing tents, tarps and other camping equipment into the park."

What do you think? Has the protest run its course, or should it find new digs and keep on going? Take our poll and add your thoughts in the comments.

Phil Williams December 04, 2011 at 01:06 PM
Big government is not the root cause of all our troubles. The root cause is apathetic citizens that vote into office liberals that are intent on social renengineering. When and if America wakes up this will reverse course.
Phil Williams December 04, 2011 at 01:18 PM
So why do you continue to re-elect them if they are corrupt?
bryan ziemski December 05, 2011 at 10:26 AM
I think it is time occupy people look to the smaller stage for action. Big goverment is not the only thing that needs attention, small town goverment also needs to be looked at for its integrity. I for one have turn my attention to this small goverment action. I have filed ethics charges against Ronald McDaniel on the grounds his relationship with Common Grounds LLC. is not ethical or does not show integrity as a public official. I for one am tired of the "slumlord effect" and am working towards cleaning up the blight caused by Common Ground LLC. managed properties within the town of Montville.
Keith Brooks January 23, 2013 at 01:51 AM
Bryan, Occupy Connecticut still lives in Weston. We meet monthly in the Weston Public Library on a Saturday morning, and lay plans to restore equality of income and wealth. First on our action agenda is overturn of the Citizens United case. Come join us! Keith Brooks 203 226 6384 keithbrooks26@gmail.com
Keith Brooks January 23, 2013 at 01:52 AM
Ken Liebiskind does a great job of reporting on important issues!

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