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Last chance in Kansas!

Kansas’s Convention of States application is hanging in the wind as the session is wrapping up.  We have identified individuals that are actively trying to stop HCR5010 from coming to a vote prior to the legislature convening.  These individuals have bought into the fear of somehow our Founding Fathers put a device in our Constitution that is never to be used.  They believe the fear mongers that somehow despite the words in the Constitution that gives an Article V Convention only one power (to propose amendments), that somehow this state run body will rewrite the entire constitution and we will be worse off than our Republic is today.

Let’s review the state of our Republic as it stands today.  The average length of service of US Senators and US Representatives continues to grow with many of them refusing to retire even after 30+ years in Washington DC while fighting to keep their centralized power they have amassed.  The national debt has skyrocketed to over $19,000,000,000,000 (zero’s included to ensure comprehension) with unfunded mandates well over $100,000,000,000,000.  A federal income tax that punishes employees and hard work while rewarding individuals that work for cash or are not citizens.  An executive branch that continues to amass greater and greater powers with specifically through regulations of the EPA, IRS, NSA, etc. while not to even mention the executive orders from the President.  A Supreme Court that rules that commerce should be defined as any action that causes commerce to happen while compelling anything deemed as a tax as being constitutional. 

Let me summarize that these individuals are in fact a pawn of the status quo as reviewed above.  That’s right, because a vote against HCR5010 in the Kansas House is a vote for everything we just reviewed regarding the state of our country.  These individuals are both Republican and Democrat, but they all are voting to keep the status quo in Washington DC.  Please encourage these individuals to rethink their stance in opposition to the Founding Father’s remedy actually spelled out in the Constitution.  Encourage them to join the 70+ other Representatives in Kansas that are set to vote in favor of HCR5010. 

Name

Dist

Party

Phone

Email

Rep. Houser

1

Republican

785 296-7679

michael.houser@house.ks.gov

Rep. Becker

104

Republican

785 296-7196

steven.becker@house.ks.gov

Rep. Davis

15

Republican

785-296-3971

erin.davis@house.ks.gov

Rep. Doll

123

Republican

620 275-9304

john.doll@house.ks.gov

Rep. Henderson

35

Democrat

785 296-7697

broderick.henderson@house.ks.gov

Rep. Dierks

71

Republican

785 296-7642

diana.dierks@house.ks.gov

Rep. Clayton

19

Republican

785 296-7548

stephanie.clayton@house.ks.gov

Rep. Lusk

22

Democrat

785 296-7651

nancy.lusk@house.ks.gov

Rep. McPherson

8

Republican

785 296-7695

craig.mcpherson@house.ks.gov

Rep. Tietze

53

Democrat

785 296-7668

annie.tietze@house.ks.gov

Rep. Ryckman

78

Republican

785 296-5481

ron.ryckman@house.ks.gov

Rep. Winn

34

Democrat

785 296-7657

valdenia.winn@house.ks.gov

Rep. Todd

29

Republican

785 296-7695

james.todd@house.ks.gov

Rep. Wilson

10

Democrat

785 296-7652

john.wilson@house.ks.gov