Occupy Wall Street? or Work There?

Isn’t it amazing–the members of an organization devoted to small government, low taxes, etc etc would rather work on Wall Street for a lot of money rather than work with OCCUPY as a volunteer? Amazingly, more than a fourth opted for OCCUPY!! Inside moles? A new bizarre front group for Wl Street pops up every day.

From: Matthew Faraci <matthew>

Subject: Occupy Wall Street? Millennials would rather work there

Occupy Wall Street? Millennials would rather work there

Generation Opportunity

Contact: Matthew Faraci
(202) 997-1636 | Email
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
September 17, 2012
Contact: David Pasch
(202) 230-7947 | Email
Nearly Twice as Many Young Adults Say They Would Rather Work on Wall Street Than Protest Against It76 percent say the lack of job opportunities is shrinking the middle class, as young adult unemployment remains at 12.7 percent

Washington, DC – (9/17/12) – Generation Opportunity, the largest non-profit, non-partisan organization in the United States engaging and mobilizing young Americans (18-29 years old) on the important economic issues facing the nation, released new polling data today on Millennials on the one-year anniversary of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Since its launch in June of 2011, Generation Opportunity has amassed a following of over 4 million fans on Facebook and is actively organizing Millennials across the country through grassroots tactics, voter registration, and voter turnout efforts.

Generation Opportunity operates on a strategy that combines advanced social media tactics with proven field tactics to reach Americans 18-29. The organization’s social media platforms – “Being American by GO,” “The Constitution by GO,” “Gas Prices Are Too Damn High,” “Lower Taxes by GO,” “Keep Texas Awesome,” “Jersey Proud,” and “We Like Small Government” on Facebook – have amassed a total fan base of more than 4 million. The pages post links to relevant articles and reports from sources ranging from the federal Government Accountability Office (GAO), to The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Brookings Institution, The Wall Street Journal, The Huffington Post, and The Heritage Foundation.

Read about Generation Opportunity here; visit “Being American by GO” on Facebook here, “The Constitution by GO” on Facebook here, “Gas Prices Are Too Damn High” on Facebook here, “Lower Taxes by GO” on Facebook here, “Keep Texas Awesome” on Facebook here, “Jersey Proud” on Facebook here, and “We Like Small Government” on Facebook here.

For our Spanish-language page – Generación Oportunidad – click here.

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One Response

  1. Such an amazing coincidence that they are all conservative Republicans: “Three former Santorum aides will move on to trying to rally young voters to political causes, about a month after the end of Santorum’s campaign.

    Nick Pappas, who ran operations in New Hampshire; Jake Uhlenkott, who was the National Field Director; and David Pasch, a 23-year-old Vanderbilt graduate who was staff lead and trip manager for the campaign, have all signed on to work with Generation Opportunity, a conservative political group in Washington, D.C. that focuses on the youth vote.

    The other high-level Santorum staffer to find a job quickly after the dissolution of the campaign is Mike Biundo, Santorum’s campaign manager, who has joined the Romney campaign.

    http://www.buzzfeed.com/rosiegray/former-santorum-staffers-find-jobs

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