Jeanine Molloff stole the bullhorn part of the show when protesters rallied, on Obama’s arrival in St. Louis, to urge him to reject the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline. What Molloff said wasn’t specifically about the pipeline, but since the rally was organized by Wash. U. students and Occupy STL, the crowd loved it because she summarized what the Occupy people stand for. Conventional wisdom is that the occupiers don’t have any specific agenda, but Molloff spelled out her idea of what they stand for, and they liked it. It’s true, they don’t have a formal agenda, not at present anyway. But they knew their ideas when they heard them.
The crowd of 150-200 people carried signs, chanted, and spoke their minds over the bullhorn.