This week, Wisconsin became the 28th state to pass a resolution for a U.S. Constitutional Convention. Only six more states need to join before a convention to amend the founding document of this country is called, then three-fourths of the states, 38 in all, would need to vote to approve what ever change has been proposed by the convention.
Democrats are apoplectic at the prospect that the convention would approve a balanced budget amendment that would restrain our out of control federal government. They warn of an “out of control” convention were the delegates treat the Constitution like a rough draft and make all kinds of changes.