Amendment to Be Recommended on Continuity of Congress
The Continuity of Government Commission, a joint project of the American Enterprise Institute and the Brookings Institution, spent nine months studying how Congress might carry on if many of its members were killed or incapacitated in an attack on Washington.
This "commission" has spent 9 months deciding that, in short, Congress should be able to pass laws concerning emergency elections without bothering to pass a Constitutional Amendment for each change. This is dangerous, because in an emergency, Congress would certainly be tempted to pass laws favoring themselves. Any changes to our electoral and succession process MUST receive the time, consideration, and debate necessary to protect our liberty..
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