According to their websites, Occupy Atlanta and other Occupy groups plan Black Friday protests and disruptions. Occupy claims to be standing up for victims of unemployment and foreclosure. So Occupy and other aligned entities vow civil disobedience and other tactics to target big retailers attempting to make a profit.
What happens if Occupy succeeds? What if they deprive these corporations of profits?
If companies are hurt bad enough, long enough, existing workers may be let go. This puts even more families at risk of losing their homes.
It's the little guy who stands to lose the most if Occupy manages to meet its stated goal of disrupting corporate retail. If Occupy manages to keep companies in the red year-round, over time, companies and their jobs will disappear. That's not a victory for the workers.
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