The first step is making people aware that the technology now exists to make Direct Democracy a reality.
- The second step is helping people to overcome their fear of the technology and their fear of change itself.
- The third step is confronting our “elected” officials and challenging their positions and votes on issues. Are they really representing the people?
- The fourth step is demanding our constitutional right to change the voting process and to institute Direct Democracy. Just think of all the money we, as taxpayers, could save by eliminating elected officials! Just think of the progress we could make by eliminating the deadlock and corruption in Washington, D.C. and at the state and local levels!
- REMEMBER: WE DO NOT NEED ELECTED OFFICIALS — THEY NEED US TO KEEP THEM IN POWER!
May 24, 1998
Copyright 1998-2016 Dawn Pisturino. All Rights Reserved.
Published on the Committee for Direct Democracy website and in the Committee for Direct Democracy Information Packet 1998-2000.