We have an issue in our Republic and the answer is to strictly follow our existing Constitution…not modify it (unless it’s thru a well thought out amendment process). We don’t want government creating more laws because we think we’re not getting the desired affect from the first ones, why would we do it with our Constitution?? – MBM
By Publius Huldah In Rob Natelson’s paper , “The Solution is a Convention of the States”, he makes claims about what our Framers said is the purpose …When the feds violate the Constitution, should we blame the Constitution?
“Is our Constitution worth preserving? Guard it as you would guard the seat of your life, guard it not only against the open blows of violence, but also against that spirit of change…Miracles do not cluster. That which has happened but once in six thousand years, cannot be expected to happen often. Such a government, once destroyed, would have a void to be filled, perhaps for centuries, with revolution and tumult, riot and despotism.” An Anniversary Address by Daniel Webster July 4th 1806
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