Does ALEC Really Want An Article V Convention with Constitutional Intent?

  • by: Christophera Brown
  • target: American Legislative Exchange Council-ALEC, First Vice Chairman Rep. John Piscopo

Article V is the right to "alter or abolish" from the Declaration of Independence codified in the Constitution.  The creator of this petition has seen activity on web forums which is dominantly consistent with the presence of "cognitive infiltration as recommended by Cass Sunstein) in 2008 to Obama.  The witnessed activities intent can only be interpreted as choreographed to alienate or make Americans fearful of the 5th Clause of the US Constitution, Article V.

This is a completely independent petition which concerns legal process and the meaning of speech, expression, opinion and democracy under the principles of this republic.  It is for the purpose of ending American citizens fears of an Article V convention, a runaway or hijacked situation, the signatories to this petition, self declared constitutional citizens in defense of the constitution, HEREBY request that ALEC provide an opinion upon the concept and notion of preparing for an Article V with the goal of assuring all amendments have constitutional intent.

Amendment effecting these issues is considered preparation.
1)End the abridging of free speech
2)Campaign finance reform
3)Secure the vote 

After amendment effecting the needed change has had its impact on American democracy, Article V can safely, constitutionally proceed. 

Does ALEC support that American people should take the role of "rightful masters of the congress and courts" (Lincoln 1859).  Sign this petition to hopefully see the proper accountability, or some; to defense of the constitition; delivered, if possible, by ALEC through a statement to the creator of the petition, or, or a page at their website dedicated to the peoples perceptions of what constitutional intent is.

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