I'm supporting The People's Budget, and I hope that you are also. Democracy Now did an excellent piece on it this morning. Marilyn Bechtel has a great piece in the People's World which can be found here. Read about The People's Budget at its source here.
The fight for this budget needs to be seen in the context of the recent antiwar demonstrations, the mobilizations by labor, the financial crisis and its rippling effects and the attack from the right on society and social institutions. Thus, the struggle for this budget will form one more link in a chain leading to the 2012 elections and making them even more of a referendum on what kind of country we want and what kind of struggles we need to engage in to (re)build that country.