We the People" Restore Our Constitution March in DC May 30th,Submitted by Gin on Wed, 01/28/2009 - 11:22
Another effort currently in the beginning stages of getting organized is a March on DC May 30th Patriot Resistance is currently looking for Committee Members and Organizers for this Event....
"We the People" Restore Our Constitution March in DC May 30th, 2009Created by DDawald
Information Organizing and planning for the preservation of the Constitution, the rights of the people March on DC May 30, 2009
We the People March on Washington DC Planning GuideWe the people will March on Saturday May 30th, 2009
Please join us in planning, organizing, and including everyone we know in this march. We will begin adding to the discussion over the next few days and weeks.
This march is about preserving the constitution, the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights, about getting back to the moral roots of our forefathers and the original intent of this country. It’s about holding our elected officials responsible and accountable or we won't vote for them again. It’s about freedom of speech, and all issues that oppose “We the People” and support large controlling government.
We need banners, with phrases dear to our hearts, quotes from our forefathers, and a statement of our action. accommodations, checking about permits, deciding where to start the march, methods of getting other larger groups involved, obtaining support from important well known people, news coverage, etc...
James D Rutz
P.S. To sign up on a committee simply go to that committee page and put your interest in helping. Thanks
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It's official: "We the People" Restore Our Constitution March
This is the name we have chosen. Thanks everyone!
Spread the word!
This March will coincide with the Lincoln Memorial Rededication this is from the NPS.com National Park Services
May 30, 2009
Lincoln Memorial Rededication
Four score and seven years ago, Americans of different generations, races, backgrounds, and occupations gathered in Washington, D.C. to dedicate the Lincoln Memorial. The President of the United States, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, Robert Lincoln, and veterans of the Blue and Gray alike came to honor the Savior of the Union. In the wake of Civil War, unity was the prevailing sentiment of that day.
Now, the memorial built to honor Abraham Lincoln continues to bring Americans together in struggles for equality and celebrations of freedom. Join us on May 30, 2009 as we rededicate the Lincoln Memorial and demonstrate that this government—this nation—truly is one of, by, and for the People.