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WTF of the week: Occupy Wall St. cofounder wants Eric Schmidt named ‘CEO of America’

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Mar
2014

The Occupy Wall Street protest movement as a whole never seemed to have any concrete goals other than to play drum circles in public parks and now we can see why: One of its founders seems just as ideologically confused as the movement she helped create. The Guardian reports that Justine Tunney, who created the OccupyWallSt.org website and who now works as a software engineer at Google, has just launched a White House petition demanding that Barack Obama step down as president and then have Google chairman Eric Schmidt appointed to take his place as “CEO of America.” It goes without saying that getting rid of an elected chief executive in favor of an appointed corporate overlord seems to go against

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