That can be handled now through legislation, per Article 1 Section 4:I think they should also consider an amendment to clean up elections. I would definitely like to at least see them debate and brainstorm on the subject.We have no need of a "Rebellious Revolution" in order to re-establish control over the Federal Government. Article V gives 2/3rds of the State Legislatures the authority to draft and circulate amendments for ratification, all with no input from the Federal Government.Yes and no, because hopefully the people will be the ultimate decider whether or not the courts have gone rogue or not. If they've gone rogue, then a rebellious revolution will come next, so if there ever was a time to be extremely watchful of the times in which we all live, then it's definitely now.Yes and noConstitutional judges follow the Constitution and the Law, they do not twist themselves into pretzels to reach a particular political outcome.
the Constitution means whatever 5 demigods in black robes say it means
if libs ever take control of the court you will see what I mean
Revolution would be a failure of our constitution. Why would we choose to fail rather than use this powerful tool that our Framers gave us, for just such a time as this?
Some potential Amendments:
Those right there would do a great deal to bring the Federal Government back under our rightful control and it doesn't involve Americans shooting at each other.
- Balanced Budget
- Ability of a State Legislature to recall their Senator on a majority vote.
- Ability of a majority of the State Legislatures, by passing the identical bill, to put it on the President's desk for signature.
- Implement 12 year term limits on Judges as well as Judicial filibuster, and guarantee every judicial nomination an up and down vote in the US Senate.
- 12 year term limits for House and Senate.
The Times, Places and Manner of holding Elections for Senators and Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the Legislature thereof; but the Congress may at any time by Law make or alter such Regulations.
Every Lawmaker, federal or state, already has this power, it simply needs to be exercised. I personally have a difficult time seeing any greater legislative need and would support the refusal of any legislature, Federal or State, to entertain any business prior to ensuring auditable, verifiable election integrity.