This update regards the
upcoming historic Continental Congress 2009 event
to be held in Philadelphia directly across from
Independence Hall. As part of CC 2009,
delegates selected by the People from each of the
fifty states will convene to discuss the
Government’s ongoing violations of the
Constitution and strategies the People can employ
to peaceably curtail the abuse. Although these
violations have been widely debated for years, it
is the Government’s patent refusal to respond to
any and all First Amendment Petitions for Redress
that now compel the People to justly and actively
resist the tyranny.
We strongly encourage our readers to review
each of our
At a minimum, please be sure to read our “Summit
in the Sand” web
which provide a good overview of the
constitutional crisis and CC 2009
Last night, Bob Schulz, Chairman WTP spoke in Denver Colorado
about the historic Continental Congress 2009 event
coming in March to Philadelphia.
Here’s what one WTP county Coordinator and
eyewitness at the Denver meeting had to say about
last night's "standing room only" event:
We The People in Colorado don't mess around. The
house was packed and STANDING ROOM ONLY as Bob
Schulz kept the audience spellbound with a flood of
information that will no doubt spread like wildfire.
The events of the night included prayer, the Pledge
of Allegiance to the Flag, an introduction to
educational tools produced on DVD by none other than
James Madison (yes, related!) for The Wake Up
Project. Over 300 DVDs were given out and well
received. The very capable David Justice, the State
Coordinator even had a live band performing
patriotic music and song to start the meeting on a
god note. His presentation alone would have made
Mr. Schulz' presentation lasted about an hour and a
half, but most folks stayed for the question and
answer period after the meeting, and
discussions didn't end until nearly 11:00 PM.
People from nearly every county of the State were
there and at least 20 volunteered to help with the
progress of the movement in an official capacity. It
appears that Colorado will have no difficulty
finding Delegates for the Constitutional Congress
2009 which will occur the first week in March.
The energy in the room was electrifying as citizens
caught on to the idea that there really was hope,
and a workable plan to restore our country and its
governing body to the Constitutional rule of law our
forefathers established for this great nation long
ago. As Bob carefully placed each piece of the
puzzle into place, Colorado citizens got the view of
the whole picture like never before. We The People
of Colorado are unable to express our heartfelt
gratitude to the great man who visited us this
night, and showed us REAL hope for a future for our
children and grandchildren, and nation.
It is obvious to this writer that a snowball has
been sent rolling down the mountain here, and the
ensuing avalanche will be unstoppable and will
change the face of the hillside as it goes.
The train is moving folks. Get on board or get left
behind, but don't be caught in front of this one, it
will not stop and you will get run over. Lead,
follow, or get out of the way. The revolution is
WTPC Adams County Coordinator
Here's a photo from last night's event:
The CO team arranged for live entertainment, name tags with
attendee's county identified to spur personal interaction,
and were well prepared to welcome and sign folks in
as hundreds entered the standing room only event.
Bob Schulz passed on his delighted thanks for the superb
planning and execution of the Denver event and
extends his kudos for a “job – very well done,”
to the Colorado WTP team.
The WTP technical staff is running the new on-line
delegate nomination system through its final “tests
and tweaks.” Individuals will be able to nominate
either themselves or another individual beginning
sometime Friday or Saturday. When available, a link
to the nomination system will be displayed on both
the top of WTP Foundation
home page and the CC 2009
page along with a link to instructions on how to
use the secure nomination system.
Nominees are again urged to prepare and carefully
edit (using a word processor) a short public
professional/qualifications statement, a brief
public personal statement, and if deemed necessary,
a brief (private) personal statement that will not
be made public and will only be accessible by a
limited number of WTP designees in helping evaluate
an individual’s fitness and circumstances as a
Delegate Nominee to the Philadelphia proceedings.
Nominees are also reminded that the on-line nomination system
requests a small “head and shoulders” graphic of
each nominee. Potential nominees should prepare
such a graphic or contact someone locally who can be
of appropriate assistance.
After a review by WTP, individuals judged qualified
to participate in the Nominee election process will
have their public information publicly displayed on
their state’s main database-driven WTP Congress web
During the actual proceedings of the CC 2009, these same
state web pages will also serve as a conduit for
daily news briefings by the chosen Delegates.
CC 2009 Power Point Available
One of our supporters has made available a short,
to-the-point PowerPoint presentation about the
Continental Congress 2009 initiative. The
presentation provides a relatively minimal, but
straightforward exposure to the historical
quotations and profound concepts of Liberty driving
CC 2009. Supporters are urged to download the .ppt
presentation and distribute it and/or exhibit it
publicly at supporter gatherings. RIGHT-Click here to
PowerPoint file to
After wrapping up this weekend in Des Moines, Minneapolis and
Chicago, Schulz heads to points east beginning with
Lansing, MI on Monday; Cleveland/Akron on Tuesday
and Rochester, NY on Wednesday. Supporters in those
areas should begin to round up their friends and
family for these important meetings establishing the
foundation for the historical CC 2009 assembly.
Please check the
meeting schedule page for local contacts and
additional information that may not appear in this
Lansing, MI 7 pm. Best Western Hotel. 7711 W
Saginaw Hwy Lansing, MI 48917-1137 (517) 627-8471.
Cleveland/Akron, OH 7 pm. Holiday
Inn, 240 East Hines Hill Road, Hudson Ohio 44236.
330-653-9191 or (330)-380-8404. The
site for details and reservations is:
Wed., 1/21/09, Rochester, NY 7 pm, R.I.T. Inn
& Conference Center, located at 5257 West Henrietta
Rd. Rochester. Right near the Thruway and Route 390,
coming up out of the Southern Tier.
CLICK HERE for the latest CC 2009 promotional
Thank you for
generous support. Every little bit helps.