From: LeNell
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Subject: Vote no for HJR 8
Date: Thu Feb 25 14:43:41 MST 2016
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Please vote no for HJR 8

In 1788 Madison said-- In November of 1788 James Madison responded to the suggestion of another convention as follows:

"If a General Convention were to take place for the avowed and sole purpose of revising the Constitution, it would naturally consider itself as having a greater latitude than the Congress appointed to administer and support as well as to amend the system; it  . . . would no doubt contain individuals of insidious views, who under the mask of seeking alterations popular in some parts but inadmissible in other parts of the Union might have a dangerous opportunity of sapping the very foundations of the fabric.. . .  Having witnessed the difficulties and dangers experienced by the first Convention which assembled under every propitious circumstance, I should tremble for the result of a Second, meeting in the present temper of America, and under all the disadvantages I have mentioned." 

 LeNell Heywood
  Heber City