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Only one day after the midterm elections resulted in overwhelming gains for the Republican Party, presumptive Majority Leader Mitch McConnell ceded Congress’s bargaining position with respect to negotiating  spending cuts when he proclaimed in a news conference that,  “we’re not going to be shutting down the government or defaulting on the national debt.”  His reference to “defaulting” on the debt was only a scare tactic.  Refusing to increase the debt limit would not require a default.   Tax receipts are more than adequate to service the debt.  Defaulting would require an affirmative choice not to make debt payments.  But the establishment spenders in Washington D.C. know how to fear monger.  Dissembling has no party affiliation.  McConnell’s message is loud and clear – the elected Republican establishment will not rock the boat on America’s excess spending.

Republican gains were not limited to the Federal government.  State governments also saw substantial advances.  Republicans picked up control of at least 9 state legislative chambers.  They now control 31 state legislatures outright and share control between two chambers with Democrats in 8 others.  As it is clear that the national Republican establishment will not address America’s spending and borrowing spree, it’s time to look to the states for a solution.

Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution provides two avenues for its amendment.  The first requires a formal decision by Congress to initiate the process.  The second does not.  Whenever “the legislatures of two thirds of the several states, shall call a convention for proposing amendments”, Congress “shall call a convention for the proposing of amendments.”  Any amendments thus proposed become effective only “when ratified by the legislatures of three fourths of the several states, or by conventions in three fourths thereof.”  With 50 states, 34 are required to propose an amendment for consideration by the states for ratification and 38 states would be required to ratify.

Historically, 27 state legislatures have proposed amendments which would limit the Federal government’s ability to borrow, thus demonstrating substantial interest in utilizing their constitutional power to enforce fiscal responsibility upon the Federal government.  Because of a confluence of circumstances, now is the time for the state legislatures to make the notion of a state initiated balanced budget amendment a reality.

First, our rendezvous with economic destruction grows nearer and nearer at a faster and faster pace.  The debt is $18T and only growing.  Serious people are rightfully concerned at the burden we are placing on our children.  The magnitude of the problem, the swiftness of its worsening and the concern we have for future generations of Americans all make now the right time for the states to pursue a solution.

Second, McConnell’s comments are only the most recent confirmation of a truth we should have acknowledged long ago – neither national party is interested in returning the U.S. to fiscal responsibility.  We must face reality.  When it comes to our national leadership, selfishness is the rule; integrity the exception.  For most of Congress, the first objectives are re-election and consolidation of personal power, both of which might be jeopardized if tough decisions were imposed on the American people to reduce spending, raise taxes or both.  Where self preservation prevails over honor and duty, borrowing and spending provide an easy answer so long as society is willing to ignore the ultimate consequences.

Third, state Republicans have accumulated strength in numbers not seen since the very early part of the 20th century.  Those numbers indicate that the likelihood of achieving the 34 states necessary for a proposed amendment is as good as it’s ever been.

Fourth, because state Republicans are not drunk on national power and media fawning, they are addicted to neither.   They have every reason to be motivated to address such a crucial national problem.  Indeed, the self interest that compels national Republicans to ignore the debt crisis might just compel state Republicans to address it.  Attacking profligate Federal spending and borrowing may be both excellent leadership and an opportunity for historical greatness.  If America is to survive its decades long debt addiction, history will record with admiration and reverence those who lead us to redemption.

Finally, regardless of whether ratification can be won, America is ripe for the debate.  Our submersion into debt is ignored by national leaders and media alike.  There is no national discussion even though the issue demands attention.  Moreover, even if a balanced budget amendment ultimately fails to gain ratification, the country deserves the opportunity to actually decide the issue.  Anyone who is concerned for the well being of the country and for future generations must feel the need to frame the debate, have the argument, and come to a national decision.  Surely it is better to attempt to avoid disaster rather than to do nothing but await its arrival.

Those who want to maintain the status quo have a strategy – to avoid the debate.  One sure way to avoid losing an argument is not to have it.  Their favored tactic is to ignore the issue.  That tactic has worked well because everyone with an amplified voice, both national parties and the national media, keep it out of their talking points and off of the front page.  Whenever a balanced budget amendment is mentioned, they employ a second tactic – they demonize the constitutional process arguing that a convention of the states would be “dangerous”.  They ignore the fact that any proposed amendment would require ratification by 38 states in order to take effect, pretending that the convention itself could actually affect changes in the Constitution.  Notwithstanding the weakness of their arguments, in order to alleviate any concerns whatsoever concerning a convention, the notion of a Buy Fildena has been thoroughly developed and vetted.  It would eliminate the need for a formal convention thus eliminating any concern that other amendments might be proposed or adopted.

As the Federal government has grown more powerful over the past many decades, the authority of the states has diminished.  Most state officials have become accustomed to having almost no role in national affairs.  Not surprisingly, state legislatures generally see their responsibilities limited to the ambit of intrastate concerns.  However, there remains an important constitutional function codified in Article 5.  Nothing that has occurred in the past 80 years to unconstitutionally empower the Federal government has changed that fact.  The Article 5 authority conferred upon the states remains, unadulterated by any of the interpretive constitutional contortions achieved in the past to empower the Federal government.

The founders recognized the states’ role as a check against overreaches by the Federal government.  Alexander Hamilton argued in Federalist Number 26 that “…the state Legislature…will always be vigilant…suspicious and jealous guardians…against encroachments from the Federal government…and… will be ready enough, if any thing improper appears, to sound the alarm to the people.”  Even more on point, he stated in Number 85 that “we may safely rely on…the State legislatures to erect barriers against the encroachments of the national authority.”  Now is the time for the state legislatures to remember their important place in the balance of national power and to rediscover their duty to exercise that power in defense of their citizens and their nation in crisis.

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The title of this blog gives me pause.  Does the notion that uninformed voters should not vote really need to be explained?  Do we live in a society where such an obviously correct assertion is not generally accepted by society at large?  Apparently we do.

I recently heard a radio interview of a former state senator in my home state.  He was upset with the reported fact that my home state is at or near the bottom of the list when it comes to the percentage of citizens who vote.  His goal is to help change that status.  When the interviewer suggested that the former senator must surely agree that we want citizens to have a basic understanding of the issues before voting, the former senator disagreed.  Paraphrasing, he said that it doesn’t matter whether voters are informed.  What is important is that the state’s voting statistics improve.  The interviewer then conceded that there is a “civic responsibility to vote”.  I also read a recent opinion column in my local paper wherein the columnist asserted that “the greater the participation in the voting process, the better and stronger our country is in the long run.”

These few local examples exemplify a national attitude that has developed relatively quickly over the past several years.  The notion is that voting is an inherent good.  The effort has been to turn out the vote, no matter how uninformed.  Such campaigns seldom make any reference at all to the necessity of becoming informed prior to voting.  “Just vote” seems to be the mantra.  I’ve heard at least one nationally known, highly informed commentator repeat the mantra that voting is good, without any reference to whether the voter knows anything at all about the candidates or the issues.

Though I’m not sure what has driven this perspective, I am sure that it makes no sense.  At best, the mass of uninformed votes it induces simply cancel each out and leave us with a result which reflects the votes of the more informed and interested voters.  In any other scenario, what results is damaging to any democratic system of governance.  In essence, the results of our elections are being influenced by voters whose criteria for making a selection may be little more insightful than flipping a coin.

There are many human activities which we recognize as inherently good.  Exercising, eating healthfully, getting plenty of sleep, limiting stress and developing a positive, happy outlook are all deemed by society to be inherently good activities.  Unlike such activities, voting does not necessarily result in a good or helpful outcome.  The decision that is made in the voting booth can ultimately be good or bad for society.  Judgment based on careful study and consideration is necessary.  A person who votes without exercising judgment based on careful consideration makes no positive contribution to society.  In fact, by diluting the votes of those who have undertaken their civic responsibilities in a serious way, such a person undercuts the process and provides a disservice to society at large.

Voting is simply one step in the complex process we employ to govern ourselves. In no other human or societal activity do we urge incompetent people to perform a function simply for the sake of performing it.  Likewise, in no other human or societal activity do we seek the input of unknowledgeable people in making important decisions.  For example, families do not typically seek the input of every member in deciding whether to make a major purchase or whether the primary income earner should accept a new job.  Businesses do not typically seek the input of all stakeholders in deciding whether to change accounting systems or marketing plans.  Charitable institutions do not typically take a vote of donors to determine how best to utilize existing funds to achieve their charitable goals.  Surgeons do not seek the input of everyone else in the operating room when making a crucial decision.  The reason is obvious.  Families, businesses, charitable institutions and surgeons want to make the correct decisions when it comes to such important matters.  Accordingly, they leave those decisions to the people with the most knowledge.

Of course, everyone meeting basic legal criteria have a right to vote.  But that is no explanation for why society should encourage the uninformed to exercise that right.  Citizens also have the right to free speech and the right to own firearms.  Society doesn’t go out of its way to encourage citizens to exercise their right to free speech or to acquire and keep firearms.  Criminals have the right not to incriminate themselves.  Though they are informed of that right, society does not encourage them to exercise it.  Society is far better off when guilty suspects waive that right and confess to crimes they have committed.  The fact that voting may be deemed a right is no excuse for urging citizens to exercise that right.

In the radio interview of the former state senator, he posited that even if many voters are uninformed, the right decision will still be made by the electorate.  He offered no explanation for such a ridiculous assertion, presumably because there is none.  Uninformed voters will make their decisions in the voting booth based on something.  It might be which name they like better.  It might be who a friend or family member recommended.  It might be who looked the best in television advertisements.  Uninformed voters, by definition, will not make their decisions in the voting booth upon their own judgment exercised only after having studied and considered the issues and the candidates.  At best, the uninformed voters will cancel each other out.  In other words, the best that we can hope for is that their efforts will result in an outcome that mirrors the outcome which would have occurred if they had not voted at all.  Any other result damages the democratic process because the decisions we make are less likely to be based upon relevant information and good judgment.

Society should leave uninformed and disinterested citizens alone.  Anyone who is so disinterested in our self governance and the processes required to maintain it so as not to bother to vote does us all a favor by staying home on election day.  The uniformed, disinterested citizen is almost universally inclined not to vote.  That instinct is correct.  The rest of us should not try to persuade him otherwise.

 

 

 

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