Occupy Wall Street debates plans for its ‘one percent’ wealth

David Martosko Executive Editor
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The Occupy Wall Street movement collected $706,855.91 in donations between Oct. 1 and Jan. 4, the New York Post reported on Sunday.

Assembly meetings produced at least ten suggestions for how to divvy up and spend the filthy lucre, including:

  • Withdraw all the cash in hundred-dollar bills, stuff it into canvas bags and light the money on fire on Wall Street.
  • Spend $9,500 to break into a foreclosed Brooklyn home, fix it up, and move a family into it.
  • Occupy the New Hampshire primary with a $1,900 trip to disrupt “candidates events and other targets not associated with the voting process.”
David Martosko is The Daily Caller’s executive editor. Follow him on Twitter.