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Monday, October 19, 2009

Was the 17th Amendment to the US Constitution properly ratified?

While you read this think about how out of control Max Bacus and Jon Tester are on this health care monstor, and think about how we can get back the power to reign them in or fire them for it!

The 17th Amendment turns over the Election of US Senators to popular vote where before that the State Legislatures had control of who the two US Senators are.  The Senate is supposed to represent the States, not the people.  WHY SHOULD YOU CARE?

THE SHORT ANSWER IS NO, the 17th amendment was NOT ratified. It's NOT part of the Constitution. It never was. It is wholey null and void, is not law, and is as if it had never been.

WANT PROOF and why it's important?

Read this article by Devvy Kidd:

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