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December 13, 2012

Saw this on Fox and friends today, looked interesting, what say you?

http://www.campaignconstitution.com/

2 years 8 hours ago

I think there have been too many changes and not enough of using the original Constitution , that what I think anyway.

2 years 7 hours ago

Very glad to see you weighed in on this Fletch.

AGREED!

Let me add....Repeal some of the whack Supreme Court decision that have bastardize the intent of the constitution.

2 years 7 hours ago (Edited)

I voted. It might need a couple of changers, but a Concon is serious business, and I would not think of doing it with the people that we have in office today. Get rid of them and then we could have a serious discussion. . .

2 years 7 hours ago

They seek to bring Congress in line with the general population in terms of salary, healthcare etc., with the goal of getting people to Congress who go there for the right reasons.I support it.

2 years 7 hours ago

According to a judge I am a constitutionalist, and I'll add proud to be one!

2 years 7 hours ago

No, no, and heck no. Progressives, Liberals, and big government Rinos would love the chance to make amendments or have a Constitutional convention. I wished we could get back to the original intent of the Constitution and do away with SCOTUS decisions that usurped powers. I fear we are to the point that only state nullifications, possibly secession, are now the only chance this country has.

2 years 6 hours ago (Edited)

I agree with Fletcher - - - - too many changes to the Original Constitution & way too many mis-interpitations of what The Original Constitution says.

2 years 7 hours ago

I think the proposed amendments are necessary. We live in an immoral time and although morality cannot be legislated we do need these. I voted yes and high on every one. High priority, not high as a kite. hahaha With all the legal pot smoking I thought I would clarify that.

2 years 6 hours ago

Here is my thing. If we cannot enforce the existing Constitution, why in the world does anyone think that new amendments would be any different? Like with the proposed Amendment 35 on that site, if we do not follow the 10th Amendment, why would we follow another amendment that tells us to 'reinvigorate' it?

2 years 5 hours ago

What John Stephens said above. We are basically taken over by a criminal regime that respects no law, past, present or future amendments. The only way out of this deep hole is Nullification.

1 year 11 months ago

Divided, conquered

1 year 11 months ago

I read through this and can only wonder who [liberal] wrote this. Yes there were crumbs, like the 17th Amendment but not much else.

Shame people, this is only to take more away from you and I.

May God bless the republic

1 year 11 months ago

Appears to me the proposed amendments would give power back to the States. I don;t agree with all of them, but, sure seems like a shake up we need to bring the exec branch back into balance. Our Representatives are shirking their responsibilities, rolling over to the President, and are not representing their constituents.

1 year 11 months ago

Chesty - Be specific.
David - Whatever encourages the States to take back their power I am in favor of.

1 year 11 months ago

Marilyn, I thought I was most were actually adding power to the federal but I will start the explanation:

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1 year 11 months ago

no use changing the Constitution when it is not followed now.

1 year 11 months ago

I read it Chesty. I see what you are saying. BUT some things need to be clarified like the welfare clause and the income tax. I know wages are not taxable as per the Constitution but they have been doing it for so long and everyone just does it. Is there anyone who gets away with not including their wages?

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1 year 11 months ago

Chesty is spot on!
Libs pass laws because they make them feel good. They rarely if ever vet the law and consider what are the seen and unforeseen consequences to such law.

1 year 11 months ago

I would add one thing.
If we are going to have a two party system, the Constitution will never be honored.

1 year 11 months ago

First to answer the first question Marilyn: "Is there anyone who gets away with not including their wages? NO, no one 'get's away' with anything. Why? Because they are not getting away with it, it is their legal right. To name a few, Mitt Romney, George Bush, Barrack and Michelle Obama as well as more then 20 million Americans are doing it. Only issue with the above are Bush and Obama are/were public officials and the U.S.

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1 year 11 months ago

This was a duplicate post due to my first one [above] seemingly not posting. I have removed the run on in this case.

May all have a very Merry Christmas

May God bless the republic

1 year 11 months ago (Edited)

This country is far too ignorant about the Constitution and what our Founders said and meant. They don't get that the meaning is exactly what the Constitution says it is. Far too dangerous to have a ConCon when the media is corrupt, government is unaccountable, and the populace is dumb as a rock. Talk about inviting trouble in.

1 year 11 months ago

Liberals like to put ink on paper and feel like there is, or they have control.
NOT US.
We must simplify, simplify, simplify. As JK stated "the country is far to ignorant", that being true the only answer is to educate.
Yes it is the long way around, but it is the only way!

1 year 11 months ago

The only Amendment I can agree with is one that gets rid of the 17th. What we need is to be able to hold our leaders accountable when they don't follow the Constitution and also limit every Government position to two 2 or 4 year terms...as far as benefits go...nothing more than what a normal job would offer according to the salary and then you go back to your prior life. No more of this crap....it shouldn't be your job, it should be an honor to serve and do what is right.

1 year 11 months ago

Limiting terms, limits individual rights to vote for anybody we want.

1 year 11 months ago
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