If the courts decide to change the meaning of the Constitution, many states besides Montana could sue for breach of contract.
That will separate the wheat from the chaff in a hurry. Pack up your guns boys, we’re heading West.
And if it is over 2/3rds of the States, a very unsettling option becomes available - a Constitutional Convention could easily then be called.
And that’s something for the very, very last resort in my book. Mainly because I don’t trust us to do one correctly unless there’s absolutely no other option.
Knowing Colorado’s constitution, This would be a breech here too. But commie bill ritter would lobby against it.
Well, they weaseled out of the gold and silver clause by holding that the Federal Government wasn’t a State, so it didn’t apply.
Now they’re trying to go in the other direction, by passing unconstitutional laws in DC.
I’ve heard stories about people in DC getting arrested simply for handing out folders on the sidewalk. They are pretty restrictive there.
If thirty-three states call for a Convention, they could scrap the federal government and start over from scratch.
Which states signed on to the pro-Heller brief?
Texas, Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, Virginia, Washington, and West Virginia.
I county thirty.