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Dre DiMura, 17. <br />
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"I was taught from the time I was very young that this was the greatest country on earth, this was the most opportune country on earth so I asked the question why here in this great country do we have soldiers who come home from battle who have to live on the streets because their homes are foreclosed on?  Why do we have single mothers who lose their jobs and they have to feed 4 kids and they have to go eat in a shelter and sleep in the back of a car?  When we drafted the German and Japanese constitutions after WWII we gave them the constitutional right to a home and to health care and to a job and give them purpose.  So why don't we have that in our own country, are we not decent enough to give ourselves those rights?  <br />
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I have a voice I'm going to use my voice to make it known how I feel and that's the point.  At some point in this country people began to let politicians do all the work and let them run the country and that's not how it should be, not how it was and not how it was supposed to be.  People are finally fed up, I'm surprised it took this long for something like this to happen.  I just want to be a part of this.  I think we should have 3 or 5 main goals we should begin to work towards so that people can better relate to the movement.  First should be to completely remove corporate money from politics.  We basically have the best government that money can buy.  Wall Street needs to do its job and buys stocks and not politicians."

Dre DiMura, 17.

"I was taught from the time I was very young that this was the greatest country on earth, this was the most opportune country on earth so I asked the question why here in this great country do we have soldiers who come home from battle who have to live on the streets because their homes are foreclosed on? Why do we have single mothers who lose their jobs and they have to feed 4 kids and they have to go eat in a shelter and sleep in the back of a car? When...
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