Exposing the real agenda behind the push for an Article V convention

Posted: April 19, 2017 by gamegetterII in Uncategorized

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This presentation was given on April 17, 2017 at the beautiful old Supreme Court Chamber at the Tennessee Capitol Building in Nashville.

Exhibit List

The proposed Constitution for the Newstates of America is HERE

The Chart which illustrates our Declaration, Constitution, federal structure, and enumerated powers is HERE.

The text of the “parental rights” amendment is HERE.

To see how six of Mark Levin’s “liberty amendments” do the opposite of what he claims, go HERE.

Federalist No. 16 is HERE.  See next to last paragraph.

To see – on one page – proof of the original intents of the “interstate commerce”, “general welfare”, and “necessary and proper” clauses, go HERE.

HERE is a synopsis of what happened at the Federal Convention of 1787 re the development of Article V with links to the pages in Madison’s Journal of the Federal Convention.

Our Framers NEVER said…

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  1. You say you don’t support any Article V Convention, but you are keenly focused on Convention of States. Why is that? The Balanced Budget Amendment task force already has 28 states with 5 left to go. What about those types of amendments: a balanced budget amendment and term limits amendment would help fix flaws in our constitution that allow our officials to spend as much money as they want and bankrupt our nation, for example. Even if COS passes, Michael Farris and Mark Levin don’t control the Convention. They don’t get to decide the amendments that come out of it.
    The idea is to clarify that things like the DOE (both of them), DOL, DHHS, HUD, etc. are unconstitutional. Unfortunately, the prophet Madison said that Congress can do whatever they want because the “general welfare” clause is broad. “If Congress can employ money indefinitely to the “general welfare,” and are the sole and supreme judges of the “general welfare,” [then Congress might] take the care of religion into their own hands; they may appoint teachers in every state, county, and parish and pay them out of their public treasury; they may take into their own hands the education of children, establishing in like manner schools throughout the Union; they may assume the provision for the poor; they may undertake the regulation of all roads other than [the] post-roads; in short, everything from the highest object of state legislation down to the most minute object of police would be thrown under the power of [the federal] Congress.” (https://books.google.com/books?id=tzkOAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA429&lpg=PA429&dq#v=onepage&q&f=false pg. 429) This IS a flaw and you can “reign in the feds” in this manner through an amendment. Why not go through Congress? In Federalist No. 49, Madison says because of the times in 1788 (America can’t endure ANOTHER convention, etc.) a convention is undesirable. Congress was a good alternative. Why not use that? We’ve tried to pass a BBA through Congress. It didn’t happen then and will not pass now or in the future. Congress is not an alternative.
    “Madison NEVER supported” Article V… except in Federalist No. 43 where one of the key advantages to Article V is that it “equally enables the general [Congress] and the State governments to originate the amendment of errors, as they may be pointed out by the experience on one side, or on the other.”
    What? The Koch brothers are funding another conservative group? That’s shocking. Seriously? They already bankroll Americans for Prosperity whose main goal is “lower taxes, less government regulation and economic prosperity for all,” sounding similar to COS’ “ending federal overreach.” It’s not like Soros is funding it.
    If COS is such as globalist organization Soros supposedly likes, why are several of his groups against it?


    • gamegetterII says:

      I’ve been reading the lady’s posts on the subject for a few years, and have heard her speeches on the matter.
      I agree with her take on the subject.
      There is no control over amendments offered and the “other side” gets a say in things as well.
      Congress will never solve the problems facing the U.S.A and there is no voting our way out of this mess.
      Unless every member of the house and senate was replaced.
      Sure- a balanced budget is a good thing as are term limits.
      Neither will happen with career politicians in power.


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