AFL-CIO president Richard Trumka led 7,500 workers in a rally and march on Wall Street Thursday, demanding that Wall Street bonuses be taxed. Irritated securities workers suggested that the protesters return to their own jobs. Many also pointed out that targeting Wall Street broadly seemed unfair; they wanted to be clear there was a difference between Goldman-Sachs and many other organizations. Trumka said the issue is vitally important - those who engage in "rampant and risky speculation" should pay the price for it. Marchers came in from all areas of the country to protest at Goldman-Sachs, several top securities firms, and the top five US banks. Some dressed up as pirates and prisoners and waved colorful signs.