As Spring begins to bloom, the radicals are crawling out of their caves and making their presence felt. While ‘Occupy’ has been unusually quiet over the past few months, groups are starting to pop up and remind people that they are still around. Take, for example, Occupy Chicago, which held a march over the weekend.
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What were some of the demands of the protesters?
"I want Medicare, Social Security. I want housing to be taken care of. I want the upper 1 percent to pay fair taxes,” one woman said.
"It's important to let the 1 percent know we have gone nowhere and gotten stronger (since) the winter," said another.
Glenn played the audio on radio this morning, and expressed frustration with how much these protesters want to hand over to the government. After all, having them take control of housing just takes more power away from the people and gives it to the government.
“This is how they understand freedom. ‘I’m going to make my own decisions, but I’m not going to support myself. I want someone else to support me. I’m going to be free while getting everything for free’,” Glenn said.