Joseph Farah at WorldNetDaily says early October could be a great time for a nationwide freedom shindig:
What about a one-day general strike by citizens in protest of the purposeful destruction of the American Dream, the rule of law and the will of the people?
What if, just prior to the election, perhaps on the first Monday in October, the day the U.S. Supreme Court traditionally reconvenes following its summer vacation, millions of ordinary, hard-working Americans, who don't get the whole summer off, didn't report for work?
What if business owners who fear for the future of their country closed up shop on that day and encouraged all employees to rally at city halls and state capitals and in the District of Columbia?
What if those taking the day off spent the day handing out fliers and knocking on doors for congressional candidates pledged to return American to its constitutional moorings?
What if we effectively shut down the nation so Americans could get a taste of what's coming if we don't change course in a hurry?
"As for me," Farah concludes, "I don't think it should be business as usual on the first Monday in October. But I'm eager to hear what others think. Is this the next tea party?"