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  • Reply to: Radical Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Rewrite Passes Wisconsin Assembly   5 months 1 week ago
    "Legal experts note that there is nothing in the Constitution that limits the scope of a constitutional convention once called and warn that a runaway convention" 1st, COS is an EXPLICIT call for a runaway convention. It's terrible and should be fought tooth-and-nail. 2nd, we've got a crying need for a 28th amendment to overturn both Citizens United and the doctrine of "Corporate Constitutional Rights" that was used to justify it. 3rd, several States have now called for Congress to pass such an amendment, and a LIMITED Article V convention if it does not do so promptly. 4th, not only do many other legal scholars conclude a convention could be limited to that issue, but obviously it is up to the States to make sure their delegates stick to the issue (and no one else). 5th, the real reason for this scaremongering is not to prevent a COS (which would be a mess that accomplished nothing), but to keep such a 28th amendment from passing! See "http://movetoamend.org".
  • Reply to: Heartland Institute Reluctantly Stands by Denial of Cigarette Smoking Risks   5 months 1 week ago
    Well, I am a liberal, and a devoted anti-smoker. These idiots are denying the proven fact that 100 million deaths have already occurred from tobacco use. That is truly amazing. How stupid can they be? Oh, right, they all voted for Donald Trump. That is how stupid........
  • Reply to: Radical Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Rewrite Passes Wisconsin Assembly   5 months 1 week ago
    Dave In your research you should review the difference between an Article V convention and a Constitutional Convention, they are NOT the same thing. Clearly you are uninformed and not afraid to let the whole world know.
  • Reply to: Radical Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Rewrite Passes Wisconsin Assembly   5 months 1 week ago
    Wow. If ever there were a political hit piece this is it. The effort is organized at a national level by COS Action because legislation must be consistent across states. A few dozen volunteers in WI with no ties to the donors listed and thousands of concerned citizens who have written letters and signed petitions are REALLY behind this. Any other claim is pure falsehood. This ridiculous article attempts to imply nefarious intent to WI volunteers who are trying to get an Article V Convention Of States. It then goes on with the fear tactics of runaway conventions that worked in the 60's - 80's making ridiculous statements about what "legal experts" warn about without asking a simple question... how do these amendments get ratified? It takes 3/4 of the states with BOTH chambers approving it. A single chamber causes it to fail in the state. So 12 of 100 chambers are all that's needed to reject something. If 88 bipartisan chambers agree... we the people agree. Pure garbage.
  • Reply to: Radical Resolution Calling for a Constitutional Rewrite Passes Wisconsin Assembly   5 months 1 week ago
    Don't believe the hype. The Article V Convention is a two-part process of proposal and ratification, and the latter requires 75%+ approval. Meckler and his astroturf organization can claim whatever they want, but their proposals will never achieve the necessary approval to become part of the Constitution. Why liberals are so afraid of this process when the only thing that has non-partisan support is electoral reform is a mystery. Armiak should be paid well for his fear-mongering. Get the facts at foavc.org

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