Congress, will you ‘Let Us Vote’

for an Inflation-Fighting Fiscal Responsibility Amendment?

It’s not about Left vs. Right

It’s about the 86% of voters who want to ratify a state-drafted Inflation-Fighting Fiscal Responsibility Amendment.

By 2032, the CBO projects the United States will spend 1.2 trillion dollars annually to pay the interest on the national debt, eclipsing spending on national defense.

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Learn More About the Article V Solution to Unsustainable Deficit Spending

 

The Debt Crisis

The Federal Budget is Unsustainable: Analysis from the CFRB on the July 2022 Long-Term Budget Outlook

International Monetary Fund: How Deficit Spending Leads to Inflation

Inside Sources: Some Straight Talk About the Debt Crises, by Dr. Barry Poulson

Coalition Letter of Support for a Convention to Propose a Fiscal Responsibility Amendment

 

The States Have Applied for a Convention to Establish Restraint

Article V of the Constitution Establishes the Right of the States to Propose Amendments

Federalist Society Review: Counting Plenary and Limited-Subject Applications Toward the Required 34

The Article V Library Compiles all Known State Applications for an Article V Convention

Former U.S. Comptroller General David M. Walker’s Application Aggregation

Dealing with Concerns Regarding a Convention: Q & A

Giving The People the Right to Ratify: A Summary of the Ratification of the 21st Amendment

 

Legislative Remedies

Congressional Cosponsorship Executive Summary

HCR 101 Coverage in the Media

HCR 101: Calls a Convention for proposing amendments to the U.S. Constitution, stipulating ratification by State conventions, unless the Archivist determines the Application requirement has not been achieved.

HR 8419: Directs the Archivist to authenticate, count, and publish Article V Applications, to issue a certification when 34 Applications have been submitted, and notify Congress of the requirement to call the Convention.

 

A Legal Remedy

Summary of the Merits of a Mandamus Action: The States v. Congress


Quotes

"The most significant threat to our national security is our debt..."

– Admiral Mike Mullen (George W. Bush’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)
– Admiral Mike Mullen (George W. Bush’s Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff)

"Mandatory Spending is…Unsustainable."

– Paul Ryan, Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives
– Paul Ryan, Former Speaker of the US House of Representatives

"We Face The Most Predictable Economic Crisis In History..."

– Erskine Bowles (Co-Chairman of Barack Obama’s Budget Deficit Commission & Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff)
– Erskine Bowles (Co-Chairman of Barack Obama’s Budget Deficit Commission & Bill Clinton’s Chief of Staff)

"We are driving ourselves into bankruptcy. We’ve got to do something!"

– Harry Reid, Former US Senate Majority Leader
– Harry Reid, Former US Senate Majority Leader

Support the Inflation-Fighting Congressional Concurrent Resolution which sets the date and place for the Fiscal Responsibility Amendment (FRA) Proposing Convention and stipulates ratification by a vote of We the People.

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86% of Your Constituents Want to Vote for an FRA

We’re looking for leaders like you to empower the states to draft and the people to ratify an FRA.

No matter their political affiliation, voters are concerned about saving Social Security, preserving national security and passing on the American Dream.


Members of Congress:

Do you Support the peoples’ right to vote on an Inflation Fighting FRA?




The Constitutional Debt Solution
The Congressional Concurrent Resolution commits Congress to the calling of an Article V Convention for the purpose of proposing a Fiscal Responsibility Amendment and would require Congress to send any duly-proposed FRA to the states for ratification by the American people through state conventions.

America Has Spoken: Will You Listen?

86% of Americans Want to Vote for an FRA