Answering the Most Important Questions
It is amazing that even some conservatives are scared to stop the out of control government.
Check it out:
“My greatest concern is that so few public officials seem to know the
importance of the existing U.S. Constitution, and our society is so
disconnected from the history and principles that delivered this nation to
greatness. By opening the Constitution to such an ignorant population do we
risk much more than we stand to gain?”
The short answer is that there is no realistic risk anything bad will happen as a result of a Convention of States. We will either do something good (or even very good), or we will accomplish nothing at all.
The reason I say this arises from the following chain of reasoning:
1. Washington, DC, is utterly broken.
2. Washington, DC, will never voluntarily relinquish power.
3. If we allow Washington, DC, to continue on its current course of big government, it will utterly destroy American liberty. Debt is the most tangible method of destruction. But big government complete with spying on the American public, the improper use of executive orders, over-regulation, etc., etc., will most certainly destroy American liberty relatively soon.
4. We must save liberty before it is too late.