This is probably a little bit dated of an image as it relates to the occupy protests, but the protests are still relevant and the image is interesting so I'm going to analyze it.
This image takes a highly recognizable painting of the setting of the Constitutional Convention and overlays it with an image of a cop pepper spraying the attendees,
This image compares the historical event that created our nation's Constitution to the Occupy Wall Street events. By doing so, it is making an implicit argument that our founding fathers and the occupiers are no different from each other.
While I think this is a interesting argument and it is certainly thought provoking, I think some of the connections are wrong. The two events are not the most compatible. The Occupy movement, rather, is more like the Boston Tea Party or the rallies around the concept of "no taxation without representation" since the occupiers are expressing their disdain for a particular economic situation, not necessarily creating a solution to the problem as the founding fathers were at the Constitutional Convention.