Please enjoy this free sample of our premium content featuring Jim Cramer. To get all of Cramer's premium content free for a limited time, please register here.NEW YORK ( RealMoney) -- Occupy Wall Street has, in a few short weeks, gone from a sideshow to the fulcrum of a national debate about wealth and jobs and a sense of despair that's palpable among many. You can't be on the sidelines on this one; you are pro or con. Which, frankly, is the problem, because I am not sure what being pro or con actually means in this case. Am I pro justice for those who got us into this mess, chiefly the lenders who lent recklessly and should have known better, and the investment bankers who pooled their miserable loans into unfathomable tranches that have done much to impair the American economy? You bet.
|Cramer: I can't blame Occupy Wall Street protesters, but I can't join them either until I know exactly what they stand for.|