Thursday, September 19, 2013

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I received this "chain letter" this morning from a dear friend.  While I know she did not write this, I believe it is something very important to get out to all US citizens.  While it does mention a Constitutional Convention, this is more about Amending our Bill of Rights with a clause to "even the playing field" when making laws in Congress and the House.  Whether you are political or not please take a few minutes to read this and then write your Congressman.  Remember, they work for us, not the other way around.

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Hello!

Governors of 35 states have filed suit against the  Federal Government for imposing unlawful burdens upon them. It only takes 38 (of the 50) States to convene a Constitutional Convention.
 
This will  take less than thirty seconds to read. If you agree, please pass it  on.
 This is an idea that we should address.
 
For too long we have  been too complacent about the workings of Congress.  The latest is to  exempt themselves from the Healthcare Reform that passed ... in all of its  forms. Somehow, that doesn't seem logical. We do not have an elite that is  above the law. I truly don't care if they are Democrat, Republican,  Independent or whatever . The self-serving must stop.
 
If each person  that receives this will forward it on to 15 people, in three days, most  people in The United States of America will have the message. This is one  proposal that really should be passed around.
 
Proposed 28th Amendment  to the United States Constitution: "Congress shall make no law that applies  to the citizens of the United States that does not apply equally to the  Senators and/or Representatives; and, Congress shall make no law that  applies to the Senators and/or Representatives that does not apply equally  to the citizens of the United States ..."
 
You are one of my  15.
 
"Any  man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the Government take  care of him, better take a closer look at the American  Indian."
 
-  Henry Ford

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