The public is open to acting. The most recent Zogby poll reports:
"# 32% of U.S. adults say they have "considered moving some or all of (their) banking from a large national bank to a community bank or credit union because (they) are unhappy with the policies or behavior of large national banks."
# 14% have moved some of their banking in the past year from a large national bank to a community bank or credit union.
# 9% of all U.S. adults have moved some of their business from large national banks as a protest.
People are pissed, far angrier than the media lets on. The lines are being drawn. That hard rain is going to fall.
News Dissector Danny Schechter is a blogger, author and filmmaker. His latest work is Plunder The Crime of Our Time on the financial crisis as a crime story (Punderthecrimeofourtime.com) Comments to email@example.com