It's no surprise that Colorado, like the rest of the nation, is in a deep financial crisis: Our unemployment rate is 8.5 percent. Twelve percent of Coloradans live below the poverty line. And the state ranks in the top 10 for foreclosure filings. It's enough to rile up the Occupy Denver protesters that have been advocating outside the state Capitol for weeks. The group is part of a national movement—including New York's Occupy Wall Street—against economic disparity (watch "Occupy Denver Speaks" below to hear from the protestors).