Posted 3 years ago on March 16, 2013, 3:19 p.m. EST by gsw
from Woodbridge Township, NJ
This content is user submitted and not an official statement
Do you support this action? ((( EDIT New Related Post http://occupywallst.org/forum/implementing-the-initiatives-ammendments-action-pl/ )))
Is it Ready for Primetime?
Please discuss pros and cons. It will take work, deadlines, nationwide populist effort.
Here are background posts.
On Urgency, need for solutions http://occupywallst.org/forum/we-the-people-killing-the-planet-ourselves/
On limited article 5 convention http://www.virginialawreview.org/content/pdfs/96/1509.pdf
EDIT Below from GypsyKing's site
I believe that answer has finally been discovered through the long discussion that has taken place on the forum. Protesting for the increased application of direct democracy at the state level is just, constitutional, and practicable on the ground. It seems a productive course for direct engagement in furthering democracy.
Democracy=demos=power to the people. This was the intent of our founding fathers.
I believe that gsw and BradB on the OWS forum are charting that way . . . but there is a problem. Getting progressive thinkers together to push a single agenda has been alluded to humorously and I think accurately in the past as “trying to herd cats.” Therefore, if the answer is found, the question becomes . . . will people show the discipline to follow it through, or will we be seduced by what all intelligent people naturally find so alluring, the thrill of debate for its own sake?
[-] 5 points by GypsyKing (9469) 5 days ago For those who would like to understand the underlying thoughts that have brought me
to my conclusions, please read my blog:
thanks. Give people their democracy http://occupywallst.org/forum/direct-democracy-amendment-now-if-its-good-enough-/#comment-956531