I don't know what this wish list is all about. The Democratic Party Platform is already set in stone until 2020 when it will be revised again based on input from people like yourself, if you choose to participate in that activity.
Democratic Party Platform
I should elaborate. As a former precinct chair, I participated in the process of formulating the party platform. It begins at the grass roots level with constituents sending in their proposed resolutions to the local Democratic Party Central Committee. For those states holding caucuses, we first reviewed, edited and voted on the resolutions at the caucus meeting. Those went up the chain to be considered by various platform committees, who consolidated them.
At the county assembly level we typically voted on some 100 resolutions. These votes were then taken into consideration by the county level platform committee and later the state level platform committee. Those committee members are ordinary folks like you, Chet, who dedicate a whole bunch of their time to the process.
Eventually the various state platforms are rolled up at the national level into a national party platform. The selected candidates for president also get to do some fine tuning as was the case with the Bernie and Hillary factions in 2016.
It is about as democratic process as you can get, but certainly there will be people at the grass roots level who do not see their particular resolution embodied in the platform and will get mad...maybe call them all "corrupt". It has happened. I listened to them.