Watch Garfunkel and Oates sing “Save the Rich,” an Occupy Wall Street tribute

It’s hard to believe the Occupy Wall Street movement is almost two months old now (aww, it’s growing up so fast!). And I’m sure we’ve all heard these slogans about “This is what democracy looks like” and “We are the 99 percent,” but let me ask you this: who has the backs of the 1 percent? They’re getting pummeled!

Here’s one answer. Garfunkel and Oates released a new video called “Save the Rich,” which rightfully points to how we need to keep bonuses tax free and preserve tax loopholes and exemptions. Take a look below, and just remember: it’s not Wall Street’s fault if you can’t get what you need.

[via HuffPo]

Carrie Andersen

In addition to writing for Laughspin, Carrie is a graduate student in Austin, Texas, where she researches popular culture, new media, music, and social movements. When not reading or writing in any official capacity, she spends her time playing the drums, watching crappy TV, and eating copious amounts of tacos and barbecue. She also blogs sporadically at

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