Hmmm… this is rather interesting:
At their website, “We The People Foundation“:
We The People Foundation for Constitutional Education exists to Protect and Defend The Constitution of The United States of America. As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, we are not concerned with politics or personalities in office. Our objective is to return America to its founding principles, from which the vast majority of our elected officials in both parties and all branches of our government have greatly strayed, further and further in recent years. From our perspective, our Republic is in grave danger, our Constitution hangs by a thread.
How has this happened? The people we have put in office are a reflection of our own consciousness. We cannot right what has happened to our government without first re-awakening our own commitment to our Freedom Documents and understanding the role each of us plays in holding our government accountable for their actions.
Our recent initiatives have focused largely on questioning the federal government’s abuse of its constitutional powers to incur debt, tax labor, create currency by fiat, conduct war and police the peace, among many others.
We are interested in a return to popular sovereignty, constitutionally limited government, enumerated and separate powers, individual and unalienable Rights, self-reliance and personal responsibility, and respect
for life and personal property.
As is now clear to all our citizens and the world, we have reached a defining and critical moment in our history. With hearts inspired by love for God and Country, and devotion to duty, We The People must awaken and save our Constitution and Bill of Rights before it is too late. May every patriotic heart awaken to this call and join us.
If you are not aware of this crisis, though it impacts
your welfare with each passing day, we invite you to consider the contents of this site.
Their intent to hold a Continental Congress 2009 could be interesting. Does anyone know anything about these folks? ◄Dave►