Wednesday, June 03, 2009

A very weak argument against the Bill of Federalism

A blogger associated with the John Birch Society has criticized the "riskiness" of the Bill of Federalism, which calls on state legislatures to petition Congress to hold a Constitutional Convention to consider ratification of 10 amendments to restore the original intent of the Constitution.

Here's the preferred strategy this blogger recommends:

Our strategy for lowering taxes and reducing the size and cost of government is to create enough grassroots pressure to force Congress to adhere to the Constitution as it is now

As Dr. Phil might ask, "How's that working for you?"

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How about the arguement that if a con/con is called, the entire document will be destroyed and the NWO will take over. This has been going on since the 1940's.
A convention cannot have predetermined rules, because the rules cannot be made until the convention sits. Period. If you fellas want those amendments, putt them up individually with out a con con. It is the only safe way to go. Do not destroy our government. You are either with the enemy, or stupid.