The Utah Senate asked Congress to repeal the 17th Amendment, which was ratified under the Progressive's of 1913. Utah has boldly challenged a system that was never the intent of the Founding Fathers and suggests that the 17th Amendment has resulted in Senators being bound to special interest groups, that donate enormous sums of money for the Senator's re-election, and not representing the needs of the people of Utah.
The bill's sponsor, Sen. Al Jackson of Utah, believes that Senators need to “come home every weekend and take direction from their state legislative (sic) body and from the House and the Governor on how they should vote in the upcoming week.”
Passing with 20-6 SJR2 was sent to the House. It demands that Congress repeal the 17th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Read a history of the 17th Amendment and why Utah has made such a bold call to action on the following page.
Not just no but hell no
They won’t because unlike wussy liberals if government takes the voice of the people and ignores it blatantly like that we will take to the streets armed by the millions . All politicians become main targets and liberals will get slaughtered literally . Civil war and unrest will be like nothing this government could Fathom
Then martial law and UN Military
Looks like there’s no chance to elect a conservative in California
QUITE TRYING TO$#%&[email protected]*UP OUR LAWS YOU DON’T LIKE GET THA HELL OUT MF’ERS !
O hell no
No member of Congress should ever become a federal employee. All should draw their salaries and benefits from their respective states’ coffers. Only POTUS & VPOTUS are elected by the nation and are entitled to be federal employees.