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WHO IS PUSHING FOR A CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION FOR NY STATE?

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My guest this week is Mr. Robert Schulz, of the "We the People Foundation" who has learned that there are serious discussions and preparations now taking place within New York State government, among the academia elite and certain other influential people in New York who are trying to justify the need for a constitutional convention for New York State. These individuals appear to be getting VERY organized in their effort to convince New York citizens that a constitutional convention must be held to change the NYS Constitution “to meet the needs of the current generation of New Yorkers.” (See www.effectiveny.org) This matter is expected to be placed on the ballot before the People as early as November of 2014. Mr. Schulz will identify the important issues, the pitfalls, and lay out a plan to protect our individual Liberty in New York State.
 
HERE IS THE MAIN CONCERN: At this time, sitting legislators, statewide elected officials, judges and other elected and appointed officials intend to serve as delegates at any future convention. This should raise a HUGE CONCERN for you!  The NYS Constitution is the rule book which tells our elected and appointed officials what they can and cannot do.  For them to be Delegates at any future constitutional convention means they would be deciding the Rules which are to govern their own behavior.  We believe this is the ULTIMATE CONFLICT OF INTEREST and puts the People’s Liberties in grave danger. Allowing them to be Delegates means our future Constitution becomes an “insider’s game.” This was not the case with the first few Constitutional Conventions, but it did happen at the last one back in 1967..............As always, Listeners are encouraged to call in. 
 
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