Occupy Wall Street Video Collection

October 26th, 2011
in econ_news

Econintersect:  If variety is the spice of life, the short collection of videos following the continuation break will make you rich.  We have found videos that cover comments and views by a variety of people:  Eric Kantor, Nancy Pelosi,  Michele Bachman,  Herman Cain,  Newt Gingrich,  Mitt Romney,  Rham Emanuel,  Glenn Beck, President Obama, Ron Paul and Elizabeth Warren.  Caution:  There is real variety in these videos and at least one is very eloquent.  If a poll were taken about which video has the best message, Econintersect believes that all would get votes and there would be no single run-away winner.

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The video below contains clips from Eric Kantor, Nancy Pelosi, Herman Cain and Mitt Romney.



This video contains clips of Eric Kantor, Herman Cain and Mitt Romney.



The following is a Glenn Beck clip containing a short documentary video.


Here is a brief video clip of President Obama.



Ron Paul speaks out.


Elizabeth Warren makes a real rant in the following.



Other Occupy Wall Street Videos are available on GEI:

Latest from Occupy Oakland (GEI News 26 October 2011)

Occupy the World (GEI News 16 October 2011)

Rapper Immortal Technique and the OWS Message by J. Clinton Hill (GEI Opinion 15 October 2011)

Occupy Wall Street Movement Keeps Growing (GEI News 15 October 2011)

The American Autumn (GEI News 3 October 2011)


Other articles on Occupy Wall Street without videos:

Economic Pressures for OWS are Real by Dan Flemming (GEI Opinion 16 October 2011)

People vs. Business by Frank Li (GEI Opinion 14 October 2011)

The American Autumn – Origin and Progression (GEI News 10 October 2011)

American Autumn vs. Arab Spring by Frank Li (GEI Opinion 7 2011)

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