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Twenty Questions About A Constitutional Convention

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We totally agree that a Con-Con will only result in our tyrannical situation even worse. 

In Vote2012, 98% of Americans failed to either notice or care that they were supporting collectivism under whatever sub-set you care to name. 

This same bunch of bandits now control this GOVERNment, and we can be certain that they will also control any constitutional convention.  It’s simply Bad to Worse!

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Article V — Repeal Amendment Debate
held on March 1, 2011 at the
Sheraton Clayton Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, MO.
Part 1    Part 2

NEWS about Con Con (convention to propose amendments to the U.S. Constitution)
  • Heritage Foundation opposes this “imprudent and potentially dangerous” idea, Feb. 10, 2011
  • Virginia AG Ken Cuccinelli admits that a convention cannot be limited, Jan. 17, 2011

Fifteen states have rescinded their resolutions calling for a Con Con:

  1. Alabama (1988)
  2. Florida (1988) — amended by S0010 (2010)
  3. Louisiana (1990)
  4. Idaho (1999)
  5. Utah (2001)
  6. North Dakota (2001)
  7. Arizona (2003)
  8. Virginia (2004)
  9. South Carolina (2004)
  10. Georgia (2004)
  11. Wyoming — HEJR0003 (2009)
  12. Oklahoma — SJR 11 (2009)Missouri — SCR 10 (2009) did not pass
  13. South Dakota — HB 1135 (2010)
  14. New Hampshire — HCR28 (2010)
  15. Tennessee — HJR0030 (2010)
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  1. Okay, folks, you must know by now what I think. What do YOU think?

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