Occupy (Wall Street, DC, Boston, etc.) needs an agenda, and that’s the least of its problems
Don’t believe what you hear. Occupy Wall Street (OWS) protesters are not just a lazy bunch of hippies trying to bring down the financial industry. But don’t also think OWS protesters are an organized movement. They’re not organized because they don’t have a clearly defined agenda.
To be organized OWS protesters would need an agenda that is goal oriented, so they could have a unified voice. This is how they differ from other movements like the Tahrir Square movement whose stated agenda was the removal of Hosni Mubarak.
Creating a single agenda from such a broad movement is incredibly hard. But that’s not even the biggest obstacle in their path. The biggest obstacle would be getting that agenda passed through Congress.