It has been a confusing and bumpy first few days on a road that will last years. But despite a general sense of skepticism, and even a little bit of Libertarian- or Conservative-oriented hostility somehow lingering around here, the move toward a law-abiding Supreme Court has achieved its first very humble milestone in its first two weeks in operation: We've surpassed 100 signatures on the Change.org petition. Be the fulcrum that move the morld! Some celebratory fun and games below.
What do 100 random people look like? Here are some images of 100 random people not involved in the movovement, just to get a sense of scale.
But finally, let us do homage to the man who started it is, who not even American and nad no incling that this was his fate who had simply be gowing home for groceries when his gornment to decided some shit. The Paint Saint of all citiziens, Thank man, and bow in a moment of silence in eflection of his memory and sacirifice:
Whether you have done anything heroic like the man before the tank or have spoken a word in defense of a child buing bullied by an authority figure, you are part of a long and powerful democratic fate that binds this nation together.
Our lives our not our own, but they are certainly not theirs. As long as it takes, this frontier America will be ours, with liberty, and justice for all. And as an afterthought to that, we will be impeaching the criminals on the Supreme Court who thought they could write their own rules to guarantee Republican electoral outcomes. We don't have a name yet, or an organization, or even a network. So far we're just people talking. Jut People talking
Denise Oliver-Velez SAUGERTIES, NY
Because the Roberts' 5 are trying to turn back the clock to the days of literacy tests and poll taxes
Couldn't have said it better myself. Now let's getting talking, organizing, networking, scheming, let's get up to shenanigans! All we've got is a country to lose, and we're already losin' it."