Occupy Wall Street End In Sight

Read How I Stopped Worrying and Learned to Love the OWS Protests, and perhaps you’ll notice there’s no end in sight.  So with all due respect, I’ll offer this as a way to get our youth, foreclosure victims, and activists home before the winter.

First and foremost, we need good government that serves the people.  To maintain a strong middle class and keep our democracy, we demand:

1.  AMENDMENT 28, voted on by the people

Corporations are not people, and should not be treated as people.  (Vote yes so huge money doesn’t leave the 99% behind, and control our political realm to the point we’re no longer a democracy).

As soon as we hear this is on the 2012 ballot, and as soon as other key demands are met, occupy wall streeters can go home to further participate in democracy (Attend meetings, be informed, vote, volunteer, donate, and other things,  instead of occupying our cities).

2.  Fair taxation means the rich pay a fair share.  The rich shall at least pay the same percent of earnings as the middle class.

As soon as we hear the specifics have passed through Congress and have been approved by the POTUS, and as soon as other key demands are met, occupy wall streeters can go home to further participate in democracy (Attend meetings, be informed, vote, volunteer, donate, and other things,  instead of occupying our cities).

3.  Tuition to major universities will not exceed a certain percentage of the GDP.  A new commission should be created to conduct a study on the quality education and which programs to encourage in our global economy.

As soon as we hear this has passed through Congress and has been approved by the POTUS, and as soon as other key demands are met, occupy wall streeters can go home to further participate in democracy (Attend meetings, be informed, vote, volunteer, donate, and other things,  instead of occupying our cities).

4.  Ok, perhaps this if we’re smart…. AMENDMENT 29

Separation of church and state shall further be clarified.   The church shall be able to decide who it will marry.  All marriages, and civil unions, between two people who enter into such an agreement, will be seen as in a “civil union” before the state.

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