Message to President Obama: #Occupy Wall Street IS NOT YOUR CAMPAIGN

Dear President Obama,
You’re Welcome to join OUR REVOLUTION.

However, please remember this IS NOT YOUR CAMPAIGN. We currently see you as part of the problem, not the solution.

David Axelrod On Occupy Wall Street: GOP Doesn’t Understand Protests, America’s Anger

AP/HUFFINGTON POST

WASHINGTON (AP/The Huffington Post) — A senior political adviser to President Barack Obama is charging that the Republicans seeking the presidency don’t understand the American public’s pent-up anger over corporate excesses.

David Axelrod tells ABC’s “This Week” that the American people “want a financial system that works on the level. They want to get a fair shake.”

He appeared Sunday, a day after scores of demonstrators protesting corporate business practices were arrested in New York’s Times Square in a confrontation with police.

Axelrod faulted Republicans who have been pushing in Congress to soften or repeal the landmark legislation Obama pushed through last year, tightening regulation of business practices.

Axelrod said he doesn’t believe “any American is impressed” when hearing GOP presidential candidates who want to “roll back Wall St. reform.”

Nearly all of the major Republican presidential contenders have weighed in on the Occupy Wall Street movement. Some, such as Herman Cain and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.), say protesters should be directing their anger at the Obama administration rather than big banks and corporations.

Appearing Sunday morning on “Fox News Sunday,” House Majority Leader Eric Cantor said it was wrong to blame Wall Street for America’s economic problems, and criticized political leaders who have embraced the movement.

“Where I am most concerned is we have elected leaders in this town who are frankly joining in the effort to blame others rather than focus on the policies that have brought about the current situation,” he said.

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