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Article V – Rescind Wyoming’s Application for Article V Convention

WHEREAS, the Legislature of the State of Wyoming, acting with the best intentions, has, at various times, and various sessions, previously made applications to the Congress of the United States of America to call one or more conventions to propose either a single amendment concerning a specific subject or to call a general convention to propose an unspecified and unlimited number of amendments to the United States constitution, pursuant to the provisions of Article V thereof; and,

WHEREAS, former Justice of the United States of America, Warren E. Burger, former Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court Arthur J. Goldberg and other leading constitutional scholars agree that such a convention may propose sweeping changes to the Constitution, any limitations or restrictions purportedly imposed by the states in applying for such a convention or conventions to the contrary notwithstanding, thereby creating an imminent peril to the well- established rights of the citizens and the duties of various levels of government; and,

WHEREAS, the Constitution of the United States of America has been amended many times in the history of this nation and may be amended many more times, without the need to resort to a constitutional convention, and has been interpreted for more than two hundred years and has been found to be a sound document which protects the lives and liberties of the citizens; and,

WHEREAS, there is no need for, rather, there is great danger in, a new constitution or in opening the Constitution to sweeping changes, the adoption of which would only create legal chaos in this nation and only begin the process of another two centuries of litigation over its meaning and interpretation:

THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the Wyoming Republican Party calls on the

Legislature of the State of Wyoming to rescind, repeal, cancel, nullify, and supersede to the same effect as if they had never been passed, any and all extant applications by the Legislature of the State of Wyoming to the Congress of the United States of America to call a convention to propose amendments to the Constitution of the United States of America, pursuant to the terms of Article V thereof, regardless of when or by which session or sessions of the Wyoming Legislature such applications were made and regardless of whether such applications were for a limited convention to propose one or more amendments regarding one or more specific subjects and purposes or for a general convention to propose an unlimited number of amendments upon an unlimited number of subjects.


Wyoming Republican Party, 21 May 15 SCC

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Wyoming Republican GOP?

This sounds like a closet liberal FAKE Wyoming GOP speaking, we need our REAL Wyoming GOP to stand up with us and take a stand. How much longer are you willing to let our government collapse into full socialism or communism. Can you NOT take a look around you and see what is happening? WE THE PEOPLE are supposed to run the government, and our Wyoming GOP is NOW standing in the way of essential change like the overreaching, corrupt, contemptible swamp in Washington DC.

Support the Convention of States before it is to late. History will record what you do, and the time to do something is right now, before we lose what we have all…

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Wyoming Republican GOP,

You need a wake up call!! There have been “sweeping” changes in our Constitutional freedoms since the Biden administration took office. We are presently in “great danger” of socialism/ communism in our Great Nation. Since when is Wyoming fearful and wishy washy about taking a stand for our freedom!!! Boys an girls are fearful of the unknown but as adults we have overcome childish ways and walk it out!!!

Get the bull by the horns and throw him to the ground!!

COS is our hope for change and our forefathers saw that government overreach could happen and that’s why Article V is in fact part of The Constitution.

Wyoming needs to man up and get ‘er done.…

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