Protestors at the G8/G20 conference in Toronto, if anyone cares to notice, are calling for "jobs" in addition to human rights protections, fairer trade, and action on climate change. It makes sense, since the conference is working on ways to deepen and lengthen the current recession so that more people suffer and populations become easier to control. These should be issues that unite leftists and liberals, but it'll probably take a little time for American liberals to start caring.
Of course, as the representatives from each country returns home to convince their government to institute "austerity" programs that will make the working class suffer more and hurt their economies, the police have to get ready for more demonstrations, more actions, and more riots. American politicians have decided to let unemployed people go without any help (after already deciding that people should be let to lose their homes), and people going hungry not that far from people going yachting tend to get uppity. So here's a preview of years to come: