Monday, January 2, 2012

Reasonable Solutions updates

On the train ride home from my first visit to the reasonable solutions new office space in Old City and I'm impressed.

There is alot going on within the reasonable solutions occupy philly circle. Registered non-profit status. Empowering individuals to take direct action and fundraising efforts are all in tue pplanning phases.

The leadership of the reasonable solutions  is currently going through the strategic planning process to figure out where and how to implement its vision of bringing reasonable solutions to this world's problems.

Part of those plans include many direct actions which include but aren't limited to creating art related to our constitution and founding fathers which could be used to promote reasonable solutions as well as symbolizing the creation of reasonable solutions.

We are also looking for ways to get people involved. If you are interested in participating please let me know and I will help you get connected.

Another thing ongoing is the alliance with the 99% declaration. This is a rapidly growing movement that is gaining some huge momentum.

I am proud to be a delegate for the 99% declaration and what they are doing is nothing short of spectacular. They are utilizing our constitutional rights to bring back a voice to the people.  Part of this process includes exercising our first amendment right to peacefully petition our government for a redress of grievances.

These grievances will be developed and voted upon by a set elected delegates. These delegates will be voted on, and will comprise of two individuals from each voting district in the country.  These delegates will meet with their constituents and develop the greivances.

The framework of this which is all being worked out each day, will give the people a basis to get their voice back and to make a positive change in this world.

They are aligned with the reasonable solutions goals of abolishing corporate Personhood, getting dirty money out of politics and bringing back common sense banking regulations.

More info to come. Please leave your thoughts in the comments!!

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