1. "Instead of using our tax money to properly fund transit, Albany and City Hall have intentionally starved transit of public funds for over twenty years; the MTA must resort to bonds (loans from Wall Street) to pay for projects and costs … more than $2 billion a year goes to debt service … by 2018 more than one out of every five dollars of MTA revenue will head to a banker’s pockets.”  - We Don’t Pay - Could Occupy catalyze a wildcat consumer revolt in May? via Adbusters

    "Instead of using our tax money to properly fund transit, Albany and City Hall have intentionally starved transit of public funds for over twenty years; the MTA must resort to bonds (loans from Wall Street) to pay for projects and costs … more than $2 billion a year goes to debt service … by 2018 more than one out of every five dollars of MTA revenue will head to a banker’s pockets.”  - We Don’t Pay - Could Occupy catalyze a wildcat consumer revolt in May? via Adbusters

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