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Tea party, Occupy Wall Street movements find some common ground

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WASHINGTON — Wayne Schissler walked the four blocks from his workplace to the small Occupy Allentown protest to show the young demonstrators that a tea party member is not a monster. What he learned after a few hours of talk surprised him.

”They didn’t stink, and they weren’t on drugs,” he said. ”I could see me being them, 30 years ago.”

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