Petition for Redress of Grievances
The final text of my petition now has its own website at http://petitionforredressofgrievances.org/
Copies were delivered to the Public Information Officer at the Supreme Court via FedEx on Friday, Oct 23 2009. I realize the odds of having it read are slim, and the odds of any response are slimmer still. I'm considering what the next appropriate steps might be to have them heard, and have the .com/.net domain variants registered as well. I thought briefly about preparing a second or third petition for Congress or the President, but am not inclined to follow that course of action at this time, as I do believe this belongs to the courts for now. I will still send copies of this petition to all my legislative representatives at both state and federal levels. I will also send some shorter summary "letter to the editor" or op-ed pitches with links back to the full petition. I can probably distill it into a 200 word summary if necessary.
This is the designated place for feedback. I welcome all serious responses and respect everyone's right to disagree. Debate and dissent are what make our country great.