BE IT RESOLVED THAT WE, THE NINETY-NINE PERCENT OF THE PEOPLE of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, in order to form a more perfect Union, by, for and of the People, shall elect and convene a NATIONAL GENERAL ASSEMBLY the week of July 4, 2012 in the City Of Philadelphia to prepare and ratify a PETITION FOR A REDRESS OF GRIEVANCES on behalf of the Ninety-Nine Percent of the People of the United States to be served upon the United States Congress, United States Supreme Court and President of the United States prior to November 6, 2012.
It's a hugely ambitious plan, announcing that the people "shall elect two Delegates, one identifying as male and one identifying as female, by direct democratic vote, from each of the existing 435 Congressional Districts, to represent the People" at this assembly.
Frankly, I'm surprised the teabaggers didn't pick up on that "petition for a redress of grievances" stuff. It's powerful Constitutional language. The site goes on to list 21 different issues that may or may not wind up in the formal petition at the end of the national general assembly, including "Elimination of the Corporate State," "Term Limits," "Debt Reduction," "Jobs for All Americans," and "Review and Reform of the Federal Reserve Banking System." Will this become the second iteration of Occupy Wall Street? And what do you think?