Mark Twain on Occupy Wall Street

Via on Dec 1, 2011


The great American writer and humorist whose two Occupy-supporting quotes are shared in the cartoon, would have turned 176 yesterday. If he were alive today (gross) he’d have been pepper-sprayed by now.
Revolute!

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3 Responses to “Mark Twain on Occupy Wall Street”

  1. […] great achievements, America has never been a society of equals. I think the folks participating in Occupy would back me […]

  2. […] know. If anyone stood down the aristocracy and generated a new voice for the rebellion, it was Twain. Own it. Close your eyes. Hold your breath. Then jump in the deep end and learn to […]

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