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  • NinjaKlaus
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    I don't see why this is a problem, my understanding of the Constitution is this is completely legal and a way that the country has built-in checks and balances, plus my understanding is if they open it it's open to everything not just their wants but others as well. Just because a function of the constitution hasn't been used in a long time doesn't mean it isn't still valid.

    “Once you call a convention literally anybody can bring up anything,” said Jay Riestenberg, a spokesperson for the non-partisan watchdog group Common Cause. “We can bring up an amendment to overturn Roe v Wade or the Civil Rights Act,” Riestenberg added.

    I understand that's a fear, but at the same time Democrats could bring up limiting the 2nd Amendment something that 2nd Amendment people fear.