Most of the drooling morons in Zuccotti Park probably have no idea who the two has-beens are.
“It was emotional to hear him then. It’s emotional to hear him now,” he said.
“He has a voice for the people,” Klasfeld said. “The fact that he’s here – it’s very important for the crusade.”
The youngsters were just as thrilled.
“He’s like my idol. I grew up listening to his music,” said Greg Horowitz, 22, of the Upper East Side. “This is today’s Woodstock. It’s an honor he came down.”