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Sound Money for America! Audit the Fed - Repeal the Federal Reserve Act!

I think that we all agree that our government is broken and that the three branches of government have become corrupt and have assumed power that was not delegated to them in the Constitution. Our country is in serious trouble and is on the verge of destruction.

Up until now, we the people have been spectatots and have allowed those representing us to have complete and total control the direction we are headed. Trusing Congress with our financial affairs would be like hiring a thirsty alcoholic with the keys to our liquor cabinet.

Believe it or not there are many amongst us that do not want to have a public forum to discuss our problems and potential solutions. They claim that it would be dangerous to consider making changes to the status quo. That would be like a person dying of cancer to refuse to discuss the possible use of chemotherapy because it may cause him to lose some of his hair.

It would be alot more dangerous to stay on our current course than it would be for us to consider following the instructions given to us by the framers of the Constitution. The idea to have a conference to discuss our nations problems is not a new idea. In fact in the summer of 1787 it was written in to the Constitution as a method to save our nation if Congress were to become corrupt and disfunctional. I believe that this has come and that if we the people fail to act we will be signing our nation's death certificate.

The solution is hidden in plain sight. This conference that I have been speaking about is described in Article V ofthe Constitution for the United States.

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Comment by Ed Vallejo on June 1, 2012 at 10:10am

Keith, on further reflection, I believe that the key resides in the phrase "A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state..."  THIS is the simple solution the Framers intended - keeping our 'Elected Officials' to their OATHS, and ENFORCING THEM when they abrogate them.  There is NO ACCOUNTABILITY in 'Government', and THAT is the problem!  Writing more words on paper for them to ignore isn't the answer.

Comment by Ed Vallejo on June 1, 2012 at 10:06am

Are you alluding to an 'Article V Convention'?  A 'conference' I can see, but a full-blown Con Con would be disasterous.

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