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I never said I was completely opposed to a convention to discuss potential amendments. My point is why would states not know what amendment(s) they want and then meet to talk about what they have not already decided? They should, right now, know what amendments they want to work on. I also do not trust politicians, political organizations nor delegates to a con. con. I also said that I might support a con. con. if a specific topic ONLY was going to be the subject of a possible amendment.
It is NOT OK for any branch of government to do what they want and I never implied this. What does this have to do with being caucious of a con. con.? Remember what happened to the Article of Confederation that were supposed to be altered in 1787? It can happen again.
If you are opposed to having a convention to discuss potential amendments, does that mean that you think that it is OK for the three branches of government to do whatever they want without accountablility?