There are a handful of issues we need everyone to immediately focus on,
but overall the People are looking good as we get
set to undertake “The Plan To Restore Constitutional
Issue number one: We need more Servers!
Of the 535 members of Congress, 128
still have no servers as of
noon today. Please check below and see if we need
more volunteers from your state.
To volunteer, go to the
Server volunteer page
Issue number two: In some cases we have too
Some people have signed up to serve multiple
members of the House of Representatives, i.e., from
Districts other than their own. Although this is
perfectly acceptable as long as no one else has
stepped forward to serve the (other) Representative,
we prefer that each Representative be served by a
constituent from his/her own District.
We need everyone to check to see who’s signed up to
serve their Representative. If no one has, then
please do so. If someone has signed up to serve your
Representative and you have no doubt that that
person lives outside your District, then please sign
up to serve your Representative. If you have signed
up to serve a Representative outside your District
and someone else (with an address in the District)
has also signed up to serve that Representative,
then please "un-volunteer" yourself by removing the
appropriate checkmark on the
Server volunteer page.
Remember -- for Representatives and Senators with
numerous local offices within the state - you can
serve the Petitions at ANY of their office
locations. To determine which local office is
nearest you, use the link on the
Server volunteer page.
Issue number three:
Volunteers: We need your mailing address!
Some of the volunteer servers have not yet
provided a mailing address for us to ship the
Petition CD-ROM and instructions to. All current
volunteers are asked to immediately go to the
Server volunteer page and enter (or
double check) their shipping address.
Issue number four:
Four days ago we
posted an update in which we estimated
the cost of preparing and shipping the Petitions to
the servers, and the cost of filing the eleven
federal lawsuits would require, at a minimum,
$7200. Since then, we have received more than
$5,000, for which we are very grateful. We still
need some financial assistance. If you are able to
make a donation, please do so.
Please remember there are currently two items
directly related to the Plan that we can send in
return for your donation. First, there is the
splendid full-color, framable poster that Todd from
prepared for us as a fund raising premium (see
below for preview and
order the poster).
Second, you can request exact duplicates of the
CD-ROM Petition Package that is being
served on the Government on June 30, 2008.
We urge you -- and need you -- to help us fund this
important project to actively defend our
Petition Servers Needed
17 States needing NO servers:
AK, AR, AZ, CO, DE, HI, ID, MT, NV, NM, OR, RI, SC,
SD, UT, WV, WY.
10 States needing only
ONE more server:
FL, GA, ME, MO, NE, NH, NC, OK, WA, WI.
5 States needing only TWO more servers:
CT, IN, IA, MN, VA.
6 States needing only THREE more servers:
KS, KY, MI, MS, ND, NJ.
5 States needing only FOUR more servers:
AL, LA, MA, TX, VT.
7 States needing SIX or more servers:
CA, IL, MD, NY, OH, PA, TN.
As previously reported, Ron Paul has publicly stated his belief that
inherent in the People’s Right to Petition for
Redress is the Right to a response from Government.
In other words, Ron Paul may be the only member of
Congress who believes the First Amendment guarantees
the Right of the People to hold the Government
accountable to the Constitution.
The problem is, no one has yet volunteered to deliver the Petitions for
Redress to Ron Paul at one of his District offices
on June 30.
Ron Paul’s congressional district lies south and east of
Houston, along the Gulf of Mexico.
TO ORDER YOUR
COPY OF THE
CD-ROM PETITION PACKAGES CLICK HERE:
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