I like Ben Stein's column I Love Wall Street: Those who attack it are reckless enemies of freedom. Read his explanation of what Wall Street is and does. He sums up: "It’s dangerous for the nation, and its younger members especially, to see Wall Street as something to be 'occupied,' tied down, strangled — instead of the powerful engine for well being in a free society that it is. The enemy is not the free market and never has been: the enemy is those who hate freedom, and Wall Street is a big part of that freedom. We attack it at our peril."
And at our peril we elect socialists and radical Democrats who try to destroy instead of build.