Fed up with an overreaching federal government that overspends, over-regulates, and overtaxes, nearly one hundred state legislators from 32 states met at Washington’s home in Mount Vernon, Virginia, Saturday to discuss an Article V convention of the states for the purpose of proposing amendments to the Constitution.
Many of the delegates took to Twitter and Facebook, expressing their sentiments on this historic gathering.
“I think this was a good start,” writes State Senator Marv Hagedorn of Idaho. “We had 97 very well meaning and sharp legislators from 32 states who are focused on getting a good set of rules in place for when/if an Article V or State called Convention ever occurs.”
Many legislators attended as steadfast proponents of an Article V Convention.
“We are in a state of crisis right now,” said South Dakota State Senator David Omdahl. “With the nuclear option that went on in the Senate, the leadership…
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