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: colonel george mason when they were having the discussion on our constitution stood up and said we have made a grievous error. we have to make sure that because nowhere in history has powerful governments ceded power back to the people. we need to make sure that is available to the american people. they put the second component into article five which allows the states two thirds of the states to call on amendments conventions. it is not a constitutional commitment -- convention where states can offer amendments which are nothing but recommendations to go back to the states and three quarters of the states would have to approve that. what it does is it is the root relief valve for the states when they see this imbalance and what has happened is that there is no longer a balanced our between the three branches and our federal government, but there is no longer a balance of power between the federal government in the states, because 60% on average of the states when they aise money in state have federal bureaucrat tell them how they have to spin that. they lost they -- they lost all
far as power to the states? guest: colonel george mason when they were having the discussion on our constitution stood up and said we have made a grievous error. we have to make sure that because nowhere in history has powerful governments ceded power back to the >> >> and allows the states to call the amendment convention and is not a constitutional convention but the states can offer amendments which are nothing recommendations that go back to the states and three quarter of the states would have to approve that. i so what it does is the relief and bawled for the a states when there is no longer rebalance power between the three branches but also no longer a balanceof of power because 60 percent on average of the states when they raise money than the federal bureaucrats tell them how they have to spend at. so this is about the balancing the bridges in washington in a relationship between the states and the federal government. >> with congress on the application of the legislature which shall be valid and it goes on from there so how many states are currently selling don?. >> you h
interesting story, kornl george mason having the discussion on our constitution stood up and said we made a grievous error. we have to make sure that because nowhere in history have powerful governments seeded power back to the people. we need to make sure that's available to the american people. so they put this second component into article 5, which allows the states two thirds of the states to call an amendments convention. it's not a constitutional convention, but it's an amendments convention where the states can offer amendments which are nothing but recommendations that go back to the states and then three quarters of the states, 38 states would have to approve that. so, what it does is it's the relief valve for the states when they see this imbalance. what's happened to us is there's no longer balance power between the three branchs here in our government and no locker a balance of power between the federal government and the states because 60% on average of the states when they raise money in state have a federal bureaucrat tell them how they have to spend that. so they really esse
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