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  • Reply to: Convention of States Fires Up Base for Push to Rewrite U.S. Constitution   6 months 2 weeks ago
    The convention of states refers to the Article V section of the constitution, wherein out founders foresaw a time when the government of the U.S. would become corrupt, and not represent their betters, the people. Article V permits a convention of states to assert their will over a rogue government. The second amendment is a backup. We are damn close. Stand by.
  • Reply to: A Comparison of ALEC and NCSL   6 months 3 weeks ago
    This may have been true in 2011, but NCSL's current Prez in 2020 is Robin Vos, one of the Republican sociopaths who forced Wisconsin to vote during a pandemic (No delay or accommodation,) suppressing the vote, so their candidate could win a State Supreme Court Seat.
  • Reply to: Right-Wing Super PAC Runs Pro-Sanders Ad After Running Anti-Sanders Ad   7 months 2 weeks ago
    The DNC and billionaire donors to Biden's campaign clearly ARE eager to thwart Bernie Sanders; in this the rightwing PACs are correct. But what of it? What do you recommend people do about it?
  • Reply to: Convention of States Fires Up Base for Push to Rewrite U.S. Constitution   7 months 3 weeks ago
    All we need are two amendments, One would be to end the wealthy from pouring money into our elections. The second would be to end the fake news. Now we all know this could never happen because the financial support for COS is actually coming from the the very wealthy who support the fake news. It's like George Carlin said, "it's a big club and you ain't in it."
  • Reply to: Radical Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Rewrite Passes Wisconsin Assembly   8 months 2 days ago
    Your facts are correct. It is my observation that COS will fail, not because they are pursuing the wrong agenda, but because they are partisan. An Article V convention may succeed when efforts are non-partisan. Many issues are favored by the people but no action is taking place in Congress. My effort is called 'vote on it'. Give the power to influence government to the people. And it starts with an Article V convention to amend the Constitution.

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