OWS is wrong as a singular approach to the problems we face. We also need more than a right to petition/redress of grievance; we need national referendum like Iceland and Switzerland. Apparently, we only have a plibiscite/initiative as options, which seems too weak to cause any effect for change in any realistic way in the legislatures, either state or federal IMO.
However, we should be able to get proper notice from at least some "sympathetic" legislators if enough people start a petition. Go out and get citizens to sign it. If enough signatures are obtained you will get the attention of the nation as well as the rest of the world. If it is done well enough we might get somewhere to start to save the country, not from destruction, as the military will never be disbanded, but from the loss of most of the middle class, save those who serve the military industrial complex (MIC) IMO.
In the United States, a plebiscite is typically known as an initiative when originating in a petition of ordinary citizens, and as a referendum only if it consists of a proposal referred to voters by the legislature.