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    Posted May 14, 2012 by
    reology
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    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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    Continetal Congress 2.0

     

    On July 4, 2012 at Independence Hall in Philadelphia no less then 620 delegates elected from congressional districts all over the United States are meeting to establish a list of grievances representing the will of the people.

     

    Upon ratification of this list, it will be presented to all three Branches Of the Untied Sates Government for redress as provided for in the First Amendment of the
    Constitution.

     

    This is the same process the Colonies pursued to put Great Britain on notice of our Declaration of Independence, and which evolved into our Constitution.

     

    There is no event more important or more newsworthy then this.

     

    Delegates are elected by voters who have registered online at http://www.the99declaration.org and the deadline for registering closes May 25, 2012. Time is short for those interested in re-instating our Democracy to cast their vote and contribute to the list of grievances this Congress of the People will sign and ratify.

     

    Those who can come to this Congress are welcome to do so, and information for attending can be found at
    http://continentalcongress2.eventbrite.com

     

    Our Founding Fathers established the method, and the only difference between them and those participating  now are demographics.

     

    Please CNN, do justice to the American People and cover this event.

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