Congressman Joe Walsh held another Town Hall meeting Saturday, November 19th, at the Warren Township Center and fielded questions from a packed house of almost a hundred residents. There were several protesters outside with signs saying “Hands of Medicare and Social Security” Walsh’s ability to still pack them in at these Town Hall meetings and his “Cup of Joe with Joe” meetings is almost uncanny. While other Congressman cringe at the thought of having to hold town hall meetings, Walsh seems to flourish in them. After his rundown on what is happening in Washington and with the redistricting map, Walsh opened the meeting up to questions from the audience. One of the hot topics brought up was regarding the “Occupy Wall Street” movement. The video below shows Walsh’s feelings about the movement. In the video he is seen asking one attendee to describe in 20 seconds what the Tea Party was in comparison to the Occupy movement. He also asked a lady who was one of those protesting outside the meeting “What do they want?” but she did not provide an answer.
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After the meeting Walsh was presented with a Joe Walsh “There Goes the Neighborhood” record album by supporters, Joy and Forrest DeGraff.