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November 12, 2009

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John De Herrera

To add to Bill Walker's comment, I too believe it's time we dust off the Constitution and put it to work for us. I favor the discussion and promotion of the idea that it's time for the legislature to fulfill its constitutional obligation and issue the call to the states for a federal convention of delegates. The Article V Convention is part of the Constitution for a reason.

ironbelly

We are dead if the liberals get any where near the constitution. Congress has for years ignored the constitution and many in congress agree, some do not know what the document says. If they get access, the new constitution will reflect the changes already made and planned by our socialist leaders.

God save this country from tyrants!

Richard Osborne

Bill Walker

This convention needs to discuss another type of convention, an Article V convention, if it realistically hopes to correct the abuses of the Constitution currently done by the government.

All 50 states have submitted 750 applications for an Article V Convention meaning Congress is obligated to call such a convention. The Constitution mandates Congress must call a convention to propose amendments, or Article V Convention, if 34 states submit 34 applications. The texts of the applications can be read at www.foavc.org.

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