Did you know that right now, as we speak, there is a group of politicians in Washington, D.C., with the power to propose constitutional amendments?
This body of career politicians is filled with corrupt, self-seeking members whose only goal is reelection. They've spent our country into the ground and simultaneously expanded their ability to control our daily lives.
If you haven't already guess, that body is the U.S. Congress. Article V of the Constitution gives them power to propose constitutional amendments whenever they so choose.
But they don't. Why? Because it takes 2/3rds of both the Senate and the House to propose amendments and because they've so far refused to propose amendments that will in any way limit their power. A term limits amendment and fiscal reform amendments enjoy broad support from the American people, and yet Congress adamantly refuses to propose them.
That's why the Founders left us with a second method for proposing constitutional amendments. As Kansas state representative Bill Sutton recently told his colleagues, this method relies on the states and it's meant as a check on federal power.
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