Randy Barnett (Georgetown) highlights an upcoming event on the National Mall. I have to say, the "loss of freedom" argument regarding the health care legislation falls a bit flat for me. That argument holds, I would suppose, for countless laws and regulations that constrain individual liberty. I suppose this one is being singled out as particularly egregious.
In any event, I fully support the planned (peaceful) vigil on the Mall. It is classic speech, assembly, and petition in a sacred public place (assuming, of course, a permit is issued). If "the people" want to demonstrate their disapproval of government, this may be a more effective display than the recent disruptive behavior in the House gallery and the communication of threats to legislators.