Question of the day
Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Next year, voters will get the chance to cast their ballots for or against calling a state constitutional convention.
I usually don’t express my opinion on QOTDs, but I’m heavily leaning towards the idea. Unless you’re a fan of gridlock, the system sure appears to be broken. It’s too easily dominated by powerful players with axes to grind. Individual legislators have few, if any, rights, and they too easily give up whatever they have. The list goes on and on.
Today’s question: Do you support a constitutional convention? Why or why not? What changes would you propose?