Comment: Ron Paul had a plan that would have actually worked.

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Ron Paul had a plan that would have actually worked.

He wanted to cut one trillion dollars in federal spending the first year and eliminate five federal departments and several hurtful foreign military mis-adventures. That was the only plan that would have saved FEDGOV from financial Armageddon, but they shouted him down, now those fools are going to have to go down. Just hope we can talk some sense into people at the state and local level so things don't get all Mad Max or Police State on us.

Levin wants a convention to amend the constitution. If the problem is that the government won't respect the constitution we have now, how is adding to that constitution the solution? The first step is to get FEDGOV to honor the constitution we now have, only then is it worth the risk to consider a convention that could spin out of control. I don't see Levin and the current crop as Founding Fathers material. Whatever they come up with is likely to be worse than what we have now. We need about ten more years of educating the public about limited government, Localism in particular.

Localism is for people who can still sleep at night even though somebody they don't know in a city they have never been is doing things differently. ("Localism, A Philosophy of Government" on Amazon for Kindle or Barnes and Noble ebook websites)