I support the basic idea of such a resolution, but it does not go far enough.  What we really need is a way to recuperate the discretionary bonuses that have been recently paid out, and that might  be paid out as soon as the board determine that a "change of control" has occurred or after they again shuffle the deck of officers and directors.

So, the resolution I would support would call for a wind down of the company, and using a portion of the proceeds to pursue a lawsuit against the compensation committee for breach of fiduciary duty.  This could provide quite a staggering return to shareholders at least compared to recent trading prices.