The Second Declaration of Indepencence

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Maybe some of you are aware of this organization, but for those who are
not, please take a look at this.

As I mentioned before, we need to think about using the collective
power of the myriad of these different splinter groups, who are working
towards essentially the same goals, for a common but far stronger front.

If we could manage to unify all of these different groups, it would
give the parent group a very strong presence and an overwhelming front
against political corruption. And yet it would also allow, encourage
and perhaps help fund the different groups to stay focused on the
important issues that they initially started with.

I'm not sure whether or not we should utilize and existing group to be
the parent group or if we should form a new group with the sole purpose
of unifying the varied splinter groups.

To start, it would be a good idea to build a list of all of the
different groups and categorize their interests or objectives.

Am I on the right track with this? Looking for some input.



  1. Lyle, the Washington Patriot Hub, set up by Jay Devereaux,
    is the kind of organization you may be looking for. YOu can see all of the groups listed, including Washington Campaign for Liberty. The King Co. Liberty Campaign is organized as a political PAC and can take donations and support candidates, whereas C4L is involves educational and political activity, but can't donate to or support candidates, just address issues.

    It's kind of neat to be able to check out all of these groups in one place and all can post to the calendar so we are not duplicating efforts.


  2. Lyle, you
    are definitely on the right track. The only way we can succeed is by the
    various groups coming together with a common purpose. The criminals that run
    this planet win through polarization. They control both sides of every issue and
    can easily divide and conquer the public to get what they want and avoid what
    they don’t. A non-partisan forum for solving the problems of government
    is needed. The public’s anger over this financial crisis is an
    opportunity for the right and left to come together and achieve meaningful
    change. Simple goals that most people can agree on would be the key. Things
    like having a government responsive to the people rather than corporations. The
    recent Supreme Court ruling is an opportunity for the public to become informed
    about corporate personhood and how it has shifted the power balance away from
    the people.