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  • Writer's pictureLeRoy Cossette


Our Constitution was formulated by our Founding Fathers with the purpose of making America a Nation free of oppression and tyranny which our Founding Fathers had endured in England under the rule of a king.

This Constitution was intended, not only to protect American’s God given rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, but to radiate hope to all other peoples of the world.

These noble intentions of our Constitution are struggling to hold any semblance to what the Founding Fathers had envisioned for the United States.

Under the agenda of the Marxist elitists and their followers, these noble intentions are evaporating as they push the United States ever deeper into a Marxist Nation of oppressed people.

The Constitution of the United States, as written by the Founding Fathers, once represented our Judeo-Christian values and great American cultural heritage.

The Constitution has now become an instrument no longer being adhered to by Washington’s Marxist politicians causing it to rapidly lose its place as the legal means by which “We the People” are guaranteed our God given rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness without infringement by our government.

It is being replaced by the dictums of a small group of Marxist elitists and billionaires.

Today, more than ever, we desperately need to Convene a "Convention of States" under the authority of Article V of the Constitution to add Amendments to the Constitution which would stop the Marxist movement from their consistent and determined path to destroying our Constitutional Republic and enslave “We the People” to their evil dictates.

It is far past time that the legislators of every state call for the Convening of a "Convention of States" under Article V of the Constitution to rein in our corrupt and out-of-control federal government. Visit COSAction (conventionofstates.com) to sign petition and learn more.

A Convention of States focused on the passage of three Amendments to our Constitution:” 1) Term Limits; 2) Fiscal Restraint and Balanced Budgets; and 3) Restricted Federal Jurisdiction and Overreach.

State legislators must realize that their State is sovereign and not under the rule of the federal government. Our founding fathers provide state legislators, within the Constitution, the power to act as a firewall between the state and federal government to reject any attempt by the federal government to diminish either the State’s or citizen’s rights under the constitution. 

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