"The eviction came ahead of the occupation's threat to overload Wall Street and the subway system on Thursday. According to the New York Post, Mayor Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Ray Kelly, Fire Commissioner Sal Cassano, and other officials met in secret at City Hall to approve the plan to clear the park. According to police, the eviction will improve health conditions in the square, which have recently grown dire. In his statement, the mayor said he had become worried "that the occupation was coming to pose a health and fire safety hazard to the protesters and to the surrounding community. " source from Huffington Press
I think it's about time that the Congress should do something for the 99%. The 1% have been listened by the Congress for a long time; for example; low their tax so the business can run and control the flow of supply and demand thru the market.
And state tax (18% to 28%) deductible on the income less than 40,000 salary per year is rather harsh, especially living in Southern California.
This year is the time to listen to the 99%.
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