The Occupy movement is determined to bring reform to the U.S. government by abolishing tax cuts for the rich, restricting the political power of corporations, reducing the cost of private education, etc etc. Basically, we want to cut spending, increase government revenue, begin working to eliminate the deficit, and make the system more fair by taxing equally by proportion, etcetc. There are a lot of issues, but those seem to be the major ones.
I'm in a tl;dr mood, so I read essentially two sentences of all the comments above. So I'll keep this brief.
All I'll say, is that I support the Occupy movement completely. I'm attending a protest or two later today, and I'm working with a friend to create a Freelance Journalism kinda thing to spread the real news (since there are media blackouts all over the place, or false rumours painting us in a bad light). I tend to keep feelings about something this serious to myself, so I'm not going to pour out my heart and beliefs here at the moment. If anyone wants to ask me specific thoughts on something pertaining, I'll gladly answer. I believe this has the potential to become a major revolution. The number of supporters grow every day, and I intend to stick to this until the end.
I am the 99%.