Constitutional Convention & Federal Government
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FW Think clearly about this, if they view themselves as ELITE (from us) as they have proven with their separate medical and retirement programs, then why not other programs. This is what Mark Levine has been talking about--a Constitutional convention by the States to get back to the laws of the Constitution. This will take less than Thirty Seconds to read. If you agree, nothing to sign; just pass it on. This is an idea that we should address. 35 STATES SO FAR.IT'S GROWING! One message to forward! Governors of 35 states have filed suit against the Federal Government for imposing unlawful burdens upon them. It only takes 38 (of the 50) States to convene a Constitutional Convention. For too long we have been too complacent about the workings of Congress. Their latest stunt is to exempt themselves in all of its forms from the Healthcare Reform that they passed. Somehow, that doesn't seem logical. We do not have an elite ruling class that is above the law. I truly don't care if they are Democrat, Republic ...
This year we get the Constitutional convention and end the tyranny of the Federal Government. Support our efforts.
Hm.anyone notice any abuse of the Constitution or the Amendments in over the last, say 50 years? 6 years? "The National Government was itself the creature of the States... Yet today it is often made to appear that the creature, Frankenstein-like, is determined to destroy the creators." -President Dwight Eisenhower, Governors' Conference, June 24, 1957 The original thirteen States were afraid that the new Federal Government they just created might become too powerful, as King George's government had been. Mercy Otis Warren wrote in Observations on the new Constitution, and on the Federal and State Conventions, 1788: "The origin of all power is in the people, and they have an incontestable right to check the creatures of their own creation." George Mason, a delegate to the Constitutional Convention from Virginia, refused to sign the U.S. Constitution because it did not put enough limits on the Federal Government. George Mason's strong insistence that restrictive clauses be added to the Constitution to prev ...
Constitutional Convention should abolish Federal Government, all agencies except Castrated DOD, Castrated Treasury. No others. Time 2 b free
ObamaCare and everything out of the Federal Government is BS meant to further bring this nation down. What good do they do us rather than taking our money in order to hire more and more government employees to an already bloated criminal government. Instead of deciding what aspects of the government to keep, we need to drop them all, and then see where we are it and we can add necessary functions from there. It is time for a Constitutional Convention by the states. As far as I see it, we have only three options, war with the Federal Government, which I strongly oppose, it is what they want. Submission into tyranny and the UN, which I very and extremely strongly oppose and would take number 1 well before that, or number 3, use any and all legal means at our disposal to disband the band of criminals that have seized DC. Oh, I can't say that? It's "anti-government" well I will say what I want, when I want, it is within my rights, and just because illegal and immoral laws are passed daily by a totally ...
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Calling for a bi-partisan Constitutional Convention to reevaluate all tenets of the Federal Government.
It was on September 17, 1787 that our United States Constitution was signed by thirty-nine men and sent to the states for ratification. For 225 years this precious document has stood as the foundation upon which our great nation is governed, and for 225 years, it is what our nation’s servicemembers have bravely and honorably committed themselves to protect and defend. While we will celebrate the anniversary of its signing on Constitution Day, we must always remember the importance of the Constitution and that it is equally relevant today as it was more than two centuries ago. The Constitutional Convention that was convened to draft this founding document took place over the course of four long months. Each member of the Constitutional Convention realized the significance of the document they were drafting. They knew that this document would forever bind the states of our nation together to form a “more perfect union.” Our Founding Fathers realized the importance of ensuring that Constitutional ...
On this day in 1787, the US Constitution was signed by the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention. 225 years later, our Constitution is still going strong. "We the people" are forever grateful to those 55 men who created our federal government - a government of freedom and democracy which has stood the test of time. Let us never forget their wisdom and courage. And let us always remember the principles that guided their handiwork, principles that should guide us to this very day
Based upon previous deliterious comments I can only conclude that some people either lump all government into one "pot" or that they do not understand the basics of representative government in America. In fact Assembly Member Perez demonstrated that he does not understand the basics of the government system when he intrpduced legislation that he had no legal right to propose. Federal Government and State Government are the only ones Constitutionally created. Counties were created by the State as political subdivisions through which State programs could be administered and to give some local control to its citizens. City government is created by the legal electors within a specific boundary by means of voting to become a Municipal Corporation with a Board of Directors (City Council) and a body of employees to administer the laws and policies of the corporation adopted through the Board of Directors. Charter Cities are a step above that because they have a type of Constitutional Convention that establishes ...
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