Friday, April 15, 2011

North Dakota the First State to Pass New Tactic Against Federal Debt

North Dakota the First State to Pass New Tactic Against Federal Debt; The Daily Paul

An amendment that would mandate state approval of federal debt has achieved a major milestone towards ratification. On Thursday, North Dakota became the first state legislature to approve a convention for ratification of the National Debt Relief Amendment.

With a 68 to 24 majority, the North Dakota House of Representatives joined their Senate counterparts and called for a limited amendments convention pursuant to Article V of the U.S. Constitution.
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Comment: It's interesting news and if more states get on board it might just put some fear into the oligarchs to change their ways. But unless something is done to cut the fuel off (the 16th Amendment) and something is done to limit the mechanism that burns the remaining fuel (the 17th Amendment), which would come from the remaining forms of taxation, nothing will change.

The US government was designed  a specific way and all of the meddling and tinkering has thrown it out of whack and allowed for madmen to reek havoc with our resources. Only by restoring the original design will we get the massive problems of out control spending and endless wars under control; and the method of restoration must be the repeal of the 16th and 17th Amendments.

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