You have a right to petition, this right can also be done far more effeciently over the internet at petition.com-in theory this would be a free web site where people could freely and reasonably discuss the issues and for once the common man and women would have a chance to let there particular understanding of a problem be heard, with sufficient discussion I believe that the common person if informed of the facts has the potential to make a more unbiased and sound decision than most politicians of today. With enough people's signitures petitions could be sent to the government. It's no suprise that the president of today should be the son of the president of yesterday, or that a president should lie under oath and then lie to attempt justification to lie under oath, it's no suprise that nobody cares anymore, after all who could stop such a force and who would ever want to go up against such a thing when so many have failed? The answer could be that no one can do it, that every civilization has failed and will eventually fail do to the natural tendencies of decay and growth of corruption, however it may be possible today with these two powers of freedom of speech and advanced and free mass communication that not one person but the majority of people can one day retake control of their government and make decisions for the betterment of all not just a few becuase despite what many people think mutual cooperation is a greater force than any survival of the fittest dogma or philospohy of selfishness. The average person can make a difference and they can understand the most complex of issues and they can have a say and I would rather put my faith in 100 common hard working people than any of the so called intellectual elite or political or economic experts, after all it only takes about $500 dollars to give most people a clear conscience. I don't have much of the desire to start and see this project through(although I will if nobody else is going to do it) which is why I share the idea with whoever will listen, I do think it would work and someone out there has enough website design knowledge and passion to do it and stick with it. The thing I would like to see change or understand is wait staff being taxed on tips, it seems so wrong since politicians are never taxed on their tips.