Here’s an interesting story about twin sisters who don’t quite see things the same:
Now with the Occupy Wall Street movement more than a month old, the recent Ivy League graduates have found themselves on Wall Street but on opposing sides.
Nicole Carty, who works for a television station, spends her free time in Zuccotti Park, Occupy Wall Street’s headquarters, organizing general assembly meetings for the demonstrators.
Jill Carty works for a company that assists financial service clients. She said although she agreed with some of the protesters’ sentiments, she did not support more government regulations and intervention.
One of them has a degree in sociology and the other has degrees in international business and studies. Guess which one said this:
“[She] lacks a fundamental understanding of structural oppression that is inexcusable and immature,” she said. “She just really trusts capitalism and doesn’t recognize that capitalism is kind of responsible for a lot of the injustices we have in the world.”
Blah blah blah. Look at how the rich keep us oppressed! And you’re, like, so immature, you poopy-head!
Was that degree in “sociology” or “socialism”?