The memo, issued by Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford, described the danger presented by the burgeoning movement, saying that if Democrats embraced Occupy, “This would mean more than just short-term political discomfort for Wall Street.… It has the potential to have very long-lasting political, policy and financial impacts on the companies in the center of the bullseye.” Furthermore, it notes that “the bigger concern…should be that Republicans will no longer defend Wall Street companies.
Is it possible that there are some politicians will actually rally for the middle class working man? Put an end to making money off of money, i think not. At least while companies like Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford are in control.
Here is the lead-in on their web site;
With more than a century of combined experience working with 16 Congresses and seven Administrations, Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford stands out as a recognized leader in issue advocacy (for the rich and powerful). Our team combines sophisticated high-level strategic (underhanded) thinking with robust ground-level relationships established (through kick-backs) over decades with key members of Congress and their staff, Administration officials, opinion makers, think tanks, trade associations, issue coalitions, the media, and political operatives.
Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford offers detailed expertise regarding all aspects of the policymaking process – legislation mechanics, committee dynamics and procedures, coalition building, fundraising, and vote counting – delivering unmatched value devising and implementing winning strategies for our clients.
WHO ARE THESE PEOPLE
Washington lobbyist firm, Clark Lytle Geduldig & Cranford, pitching an $850,000 plan to one of its Wall Streets clients…for punishing politicians who might express sympathy for Occupy Wall Street. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) is specifically singled out for targeting… read the full 4 page memo here