Is anyone taking them seriously? Why or why not? Does civil disobedience accomplish anything? In what cases has it been successful?
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I agree with the message that they have been trying to send, but I think if they want to have a real impact they will have to be better organized and try to be more relate-able to conservatives as well as liberals.
Cont'd. recognized that that's where corruption came from which is a neat idea but isn't going to work if they hope to make a real impact. They are going to have to organize and start pushing specific issues. Look up David Seaman for congress
Give it time. It will take shape.
I totally agree. I feel like the people of the movement do come across as a bunch of hapless fecks, but the reason they are so disorganized is because they don't want to centralize their power to any one person or group because they have recognized