4 is the most-important by far.
3 - 7 are a slam dunk...
1 and 2 make me a little jittery, ...the founders worked pretty hard to strike a three-way check and balance.
Re. 1 and 2, we are currently living under Mr. Jefferson’s predicted “tyranny of the judiciary” and those proposals may be the only way to halt it.
Fed up with Obama and Congress? SO AM I!!
As long as we’re dreaming, how about a single-issue amendment? No legislation that addresses more than one issue. It eliminates the “and for other purposes” which is where the intent usually lies.
I would figure a 3/4 majority, overwhelming, rather than a 66% majority.
The founders were very concerned about the Supreme Court because there was nothing to check the court. I’m sure they rolled when it came to pass that killing babies was some type of right....it’s an absurdity, just like gay “marriage”.
I agree with you, but things are a little out of balance at the moment. I'm not saying that 1 and 2 should be adopted outright, but they are a good starting point for a needed debate.
Number two is partly on the books already. It's basically a simplification of the amendment process. Other SCOTUS decisions are easier to overturn with a changes to the relevant laws.