I am 84 years old, a Korean War vet, Democrat, but have voted Republican on occasion. that was when they had responsible candidates. I am retired but not inactive. am not as mobile as I used to be. I can write, I can sign petitions, I can make phone calls. The one thing I can't do is donate money. I live on a very strict budget that barely keeps me even with expenses. Having said that, I can do many other thing to help the cause. I am proud of the authors that compiled the do's and don'ts In "Indivisible", a classic method to show the right wing how to really establish a movement. I am new to this format, so I will be asking for a lot of advise. I am excited for the first time since Obama was elected. The following is my first post on the new movement you are starting. One yuge difference is the fact that when the tea party came into existence, they had no plan and still don’t. It was much more a racist movement than anything else. We have plan. It’s been in a development stage for eight years; with the additions of the Progressive agenda; it’s pretty much complete as it currently exists. I think this is an important message to make known to the groups that are energized. There is always a fallback to the basics that will greatly enhance their efforts.