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Tom Borelli on Occupy Wall Street, Tea Party Politics

Tom Borelli, director of the National Center’s Free Enterprise Project, appeared on the October 22 edition of “New York Street Talk” on Fox5-New York.  Tom points out that there may be some shared policy positions (such as opposition to bank bailouts) but very glaring differences between the ideals of the Tea Party movement and the efforts of Occupy Wall Street protesters.  For example, a desire for smaller government and regulatory reform are but two fundamental differences that Tom points out to the panel.

The program is available on-line in three parts.


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