Monday, December 15, 2008


Here's something I heard on the radio and there's apparently something to it (finally had time to check it out). We're two states away from calling for a Constitutional Convention.

Two more states vote we have one, and today's politicians and judges can start mucking with the Constitution.

And "we" just elected a president who has said he believes the Constitution is out of date.

And we have large majorities of the Socialist-leaning party in both houses of Congress.

The story also goes that three states that voted for it now want to rescind, but the people pushing for it say if they get two more they'll go ahead with the convention and challenge the three states' right to rescind their votes after the convention has started.

Sounds like a rush job to me.

People are nervous about the economy. People want to be "taken care of". To the point where more than half of those voting apparently voted for a Socialist for president, and we got 'im. 1917? Anyone? Bueller?

I'm a little nervous. Are you?

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