You want LiveJournal to concern itself with legal issues only. If you want LJ to not interfere with content, as long as the UN doesn't declare it illegal (the Internet can't be governed by any ONE country, after all). If you want to be able to have the freedoms guaranteed by many nations' Constitutions. If you want someone who will stand up for the voice of the people, and have the backing of the peopel to do it. If you want a change in the way LJ has been run for the last 2 or 3 years. I've been on LJ since May 2003. I know what's going on, and I have a large network of friends. I also firmly believe in individual rights and freedoms, especially the freedom of expression.