While he said organizing was not his strength, he would be prepared to assist. “If enough people feel that’s the best way for their voices to be heard, and can’t be heard in any other way, then we march,” Reich said in a reader question-and-answer session in POLITICO’s Arena.

A group of conservatives have already announced a “tea party” movement march on Washington for Sept. 12. An opposing march the next day, if one were to materialize, could make for an interesting weekend…

He suggested the morning of Sept. 13 because “that’s a Sunday, and it’s also Grandparents Day. I’ve just become a grandparent, and I’m worried as hell about the kind of world my little granddaughter is inheriting.”