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Occupy Wall Street vs. the Tea Party: A visual guide

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Editor's note: Much has been written over the past few days about similarities between Occupy Wall Street and the Tea Party movement of a few years ago. Some, like Fox News, argue that the two are not the same thing, while others claim they may have more in common than first meets the eye. Cartoonist Kenny Be brings us this visual diagram, so you can determine just how much the Left side of the 99 percent has in common with the Right side of the 99 percent.

More Occupy Denver coverage: "John Hickenlooper: Occupy Denver protesters can't stay overnight, deciding how to evict them"

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