Al Sharpton interviewed one of the useless idiots on Wall Street, who revealed that they have no plans for what comes next as the problems facing America are just too "complicated". The whole exchange prompted Glenn to talk about the difference between creative destruction and plain old destruction, and what happens as things get worse and the chaos on Wall Street escalates.
During the interview the protestor, who helped organize the OccupyWallStreet movement, said that they don't really have a set of goals as the problems are too complicated.
You can watch the full interview below:
"The fact that we don't have a coherent set of goals is what the media is been blasting us most for. The fact of the matter the problems in this country are very complicated so the discussion we're having isn't simple. It's a complicated discussion. Democracy takes time and the conversations we're having are the conversations that leaders in politics and economics should be having, but aren't," he told Sharpton.
Glenn railed against the protestor, explaining the difference between creative destruction and destruction. Creative destruction is when someone "creates something better, and it destroys all other competition."
"These people aren't interested in creative destruction. They are only interested in destruction," Glenn said.
Glenn also lashed out against the vagueness of the protests and compared them to Obama's campaign promises which duped America into voting for something they didn't understand.
"We want some hope, and we want some change. You got it America. Are you going to be rolled a second time by the same damn lie? Let's not talk specifics. All we want -- we can all agree we want change."