Alas, the response for us petitioning Apple to include Rosetta in OS X Lion was nobody else except you and I, Sally. viewtopic.php?f=5&t=554
FFH works by member consensus as much as possible. By listening to members wishes and comments, we then create a plan of action based on the majority opinions. If the majority of members have the same wish, we use that. Last years survey, for example, had a hugely overwhelming response that set the course we are taking today. You probably missed that survey being a more recent member, but it asked a range of questions from FH/AI usage to future concerns and possible solutions.
From what is apparent on this forum, Apple's Lion 10.7 has drawn the line for all of us and Adobe to get this matter resolved once and for all. I think the lack of interest in our suggestion for a petition is because it is perceived as only a stop-gap measure until the next OS release breaks FreeHand for good. Maybe I am wrong here.
Anyway, my advice is to hold tight until May 1 when our next Newsletter will be announcing new initiatives. We reached the conclusion some time back that petitioning large corporations yields no results when you are considered a minority voice. That may or may not be true of Apple but certainly of the present owner of FreeHand. I wrote in the post above about making a "loud noise" publicly concerning FreeHand. This may make more sense in the weeks to come where the court of public opinion can be more effective when used with other measures.