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States May Seize Control of Federal Deficit Spending Power

State Rep. McMillin to introduce resolution for Michigan to join push for National Debt Relief Amendment to U.S. Constitution

The state of Michigan is joining a growing number of states that have lawmakers who plan to draft and pass an amendment to the federal constitution that would put states in the driver’s seat, and require their approval as “co-signers” before the federal government can increase the national debt.

More: http://www.michigancapitolconfidential.com/14313

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Because the many States currently have no voice in

the Federal government, they were cut out of the loop via the 17th amendment.

Could the 17th Amendment not be considered a violation of the 1st Amendment, freedom of speech? What freedom of speech is there if one is not allowed to have a voice?

The States have no voice...


This could be the beginning of the end for the 17th Amendment.

Give the power to support Senators back to the states.

And with that, our Senators are reclaimed

Along with power to rout out these illegal Federal Reserve conglomerates. If we repeal it in time we can catch the King..

Sad thing is

We already have Senators and Representatives to do this for us they just won't listen.

If I disappear from a discussion please forgive me. My 24-7 business requires me to split mid-sentence to serve them. I am not ducking out, I will be back later to catch up.

True, if the 17th didn't exist

the Senators would still be representatives of the States interest.

*May the only ones to touch your junk, be the ones you want to touch your junk.*

This is great news. All thanks to 10th amendment center.

Good going!!