Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Auburn resident Connie Murray, participates with Occupy Auburn on the corner of Lincoln Way and High Street in Downtown Auburn Thursday afternoon. "You can't feed the people steak, and then give them a bone and think they're still going to be satisfied," said Connie. "The bone we've been thrown barely has enough meat on it to make soup."
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Protestors for Occupy Auburn, display their hand made signs in Downtown Auburn, speaking their opinions on current government issues.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Allen Cassidy, of Auburn, left, speaks his mind to Samual Hood during Occupy Auburn. "What this is all about is selfishness and greed from our government," said Allen. "It's about wealth, profit and money."
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal A mild group of protestors join together on the corner of High Street and Lincoln Way for Occupy Auburn Thursday.
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Andrew McMaster, of Auburn, joined Occupy Auburn Thursday. As a college student living at home, Andrew said,"I came out today to show solidarity because it's something I believe in. What's going on with our economy and government are both unethical and something needs to be done."
Ben Furtado/Auburn Journal Aloha Lee, of Auburn, joined in with her efforts to be heard during Occupy Auburn Thursday afternoon. "I'm from the hippie era, so I believe we should burn our bras and our banks."