There currently, is an effort to begin a process to amend the constitution of the United States. That effort would entail the legislatures of the separate states calling for a Constitutional Convention, presumably in accordance with Article V of this same Constitution. Some involved in this effort are well known and respected, as is Mark Levin. Others have raised flags that the constitution need not be amended but its restrictions on government enforced. I personally am very concerned about the dangers of a constitutional convention and the potential for a destructive effort from which this country may never recover.
There are several requests that we as a Tea Party make to you, our members and interested readers. Reread the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States. Understand and memorize the enumerated powers of our federal government. Read whatever you can find from the proponents of a constitutional convention on their reasons for supporting such an effort. You may find some interesting information at http://mountvernonassembly.com/, a new web site in process, in support of a convention as well as Mark Levin's most recent book "The Liberty Amendments." I would also ask that you go to this web site The "Convention of States" Scam, the War over the Constitution, and how the States sold the Reserved Powers to the Feds, a site fervently opposed to a convention and the reasons for that opposition. While it seems like a lot, and it is, this task you will find to be only a beginning. An understanding of our constitution only achieved by few and most of whom were those who wrote it.
You will find on both sides of the argument a strong belief in the idea that the American people have lost their way by not knowing what the founders determined was the most important element of maintaining and keeping our Republic, knowing and understanding the intent of the founders in creating this miracle, the Constitution of the United States Take the time to assure the miracle is passed, intact, to our progeny.
Can you lie by telling the truth? Of course you can. Do our news media do so consistently? Regardless of what you believe, there are those who refuse to believe it, because it seems just too incredible, or because what they hear is what they already expect.
This video is for them. When you watch it, you will be outraged. Will you be outraged at how the truth has been buried in the garden of The Narrative, or that The Narrative has been violated for so squalid a thing as truth?
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Can You Afford
Coffee and a Doughnut
Once a Week?
Coffee and a doughnut will run you about $3.50 these days. Once a week, it adds up to about $16/month when you consider that most months have more than 28 days.
But just $12/month makes you a Sustaining Member of the Bayshore Tea Party Group. With a year's dues, you get your own login on this web site. But more than that, you know you are supporting the most effective Tea Party in New Jersey. Just a glance through our archives will show you the candidates who have come before us to speak; a look at our calendar will show you more who are scheduled to come.
Yes, other Tea Parties are involved with us, too. We're glad to have them and we'll work with them to make us all stronger. But it's right here in our office that so much comes together, and your support makes that possible. Barbara and Bob can get their own coffee and doughnuts, but we can't get your support unless you give it to us.
Our country faces deep crises at home and abroad, and the root of them all is this: we have given over the reins of government to people who want to remake our country, to do away with such messy things as liberty, individual rights and responsibility. We've let them go a long way, but now it's time to take back the reins and clean up the mess they've made of our Country and our lives. Where there's life, there's hope, but we must seize it while we can. Please stand with us to face together the most important election year of our lifetimes—2013.