#OccupyWallStreet business cartoon and Top 10 Wall Street Banker jokes

“No wonder the Occupy Wall Street protesters are as upset as they are. Have you seen the atrocious conditions they are suffering, having to wait in line to buy Starbucks coffee and sharing files through social media in publicly funded internet hot-spots.” — Yasha Harari
“Top 10 Wall Street Banker jokes”
10. Economy: Would you rather be outside, protesting against Wall Street Bankers, or inside, counting the money?
9. PR: The banks who were forced to accept U.S. Government bailouts, are now being accused of abusing Capitalism, which would have been impossible without abusing Socialism. Memo from the PR team: Oops.
8. Haiku: Wall Street Bankers laugh. “Occupy” protesters shout “Change things! … not so much.”
7. Irony: No wonder some Wall Street bankers love the OWS bonanza. The OccupyWallStreet movement received over $300,000 in the first month of its active protests against banks, and promptly deposited that money – for safe keeping – in a bank.
6 Iambic Pentameter: The nintey-nine percent of people care, that bankers don’t cover their derriere.
5. Fresh Meat vs. Wall Street: Politicians love a good distraction like #OccupyWallStreet. It’s like fresh meat for the masses — only you don’t have to kill any sacred cows to serve it.
4. Education: How to disestablish the institutions of the free market is not taught in Business School, because they’re owned by the Wall Street bankers.
3. Politics: If you think OccupyWallStreet is not about politics, you should see the party they’ve organized.
2. Social Media: It is a little surprising that conservative media have not yet resorted to calling friendly press coverage of the Occupy Wall Street protests “Socialist Media”.
… and the #1 Wall Street Banker joke  is:
1. Business: You don’t attend a political protest like Occupy Wall Street for profit, unless you’re a savvy Wall Street banker who knows how to sell hoodies and iPads to people who claim to hate (and own tons of) branded capitalist products.
Reference: Yasha Harari for TheDailyDose.com.