Anonymous has made an announcement of sorts, found in the Business Insider website:
If the “party” Anonymous suggests came into being, the process would be interesting to watch. True, a republic is not a democracy. A true democracy would require the entire population to vote on every single issue that came up in the legislature for consideration, including procedural votes and so the Founders chose a republic model. The implementation of a true democracy is fraught with problems and would effectively isolate most of the general population (which is why the two major political entities have monopolized the process). Is this a good idea or a bad idea?
Would online voting be implemented? What about security issues that have plagued the Internet and its users? Would the participation be broad and inclusive or would handful of regulars effectively control the dialog and the vote? And more importantly, would they have the numbers to influence the committee process which effectively prevents voting to ever take place. Remember that to function within the existing procedures that allows commttess to bottle up legislation, a third party would have to lobby the Republicans and Democrats to push for a vote on any particular issue.
The Constitution is prevailing law and those that want to change the process are obligated to abide by its procedures until a Constitutional Amendment is passed; not impossible, but a difficult process to be sure.
However, kudos to Anonymous for a very constructive addition to the process that is taking place across the country.You can vote at this link: