Moving up from there, what can you do.
So, you can make your voice heard, you certainly don't want to give up. Congress does respond to the populous, it really, really does. So a phone call is much better than an email, and a written correspondence carries a lot more weight than an email and it doesn't have to be a lengthy manifesto, it can just be simply, “I support freedom and you aren't,” or something even better from my politically, perhaps questionable point of view, but it's spot-on legally, is “you took an oath to defend the constitution from all enemies, foreign and domestic and I'm starting to question whether or not you are upholding that oath, write me back.” Something along those lines will wake them up, whether or not you'll get a response I doubt it, there's probably a computer form letter that has anything with the word Constitution in it that will probably pop out a form letter and send it back to you.
But regardless of that, you certainly can make it. And I'm for peaceful protest, the problem we have now is this "anarchy" with what's going on from a certain political belief system, where burning things up and bashing windows, that doesn't solve anything and it's
- Source, David Morgan