The Case for Liberty and an Article V Convention – Part II

By | July 22, 2013

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  1. jan brown

    Having pc problems on this site today, but will try again….
    This is more good information, but Brue, I’m still reluctant to see a Convention as a good choice. As you explained in an earlier post, it takes 2 people from each state….It seems to me that each State would choose along the same party lines as now in a Congressional seat….that seldom agree to anything. In theory, our representation in DC is supposedly the best & brightest available…proving how shallow the ‘gene pool’ is….the WHO pays these people as they take an extensive leave from their jobs etc.

    Looking forward to more…

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