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April 3, 2018

Sorry, But American Democracy Is Still Edging Closer to Disaster

By Marta Steele

Wisconsin became the 28th state in the Union to approve dismantling our democracy altogether by voting to have a Constitutional convention to amend the Constitution for the purpose of shrinking the government and abolishing Medicare and Social Security. I guess Ryan plans to retire after accomplishing that. Imagine all those tent cities and exploding ERs. . . . 2/3 of the states must ratify--that's 34--according to Article V of the Constitution. ...

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Wisconsin became the 28th state in the Union to approve dismantling our democracy altogether by voting to have a Constitutional convention to amend the Constitution for the purpose of shrinking the government and abolishing Medicare and Social Security. I guess Ryan plans to retire after accomplishing that. Imagine all those tent cities and exploding ERs. . . . 2/3 of the states must ratify--that's 34--according to Article V of the Constitution. Koch brothers = Losing Fathers. Is it just a matter of time now. (Hat tip to Jennifer Cohn on Twitter)



Authors Website: http://www.wordsunltd.com

Authors Bio:

Marta Steele is an author/editor/blogger who has been writing for Opednews.com since 2006. She is also author of the 2012 book "Grassroots, Geeks, Pros, and Pols: The Election Integrity Movement's Nonstop Battle to Win Back the People's Vote, 2000-2008" (Columbus, Free Press) and a member of the Election Integrity movement since 2001. Her original website, WordsUnLtd.com, first entered the blogosphere in 2003. She recently became a senior editor for Opednews.com. She has in the past taught college and worked as a full-time as well as freelance reporter. She has been a peace and election integrity activist since 1999. Her undergraduate and graduate educational background are in Spanish, classical philology, and historical and comparative linguistics. Her biography is most recently listed in "Who's Who in America" 2019 and in 2018 she received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Who's Who.


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