Supporting the Defenders of the Second Amendment
The Supreme Court operates as though it were a perpetual Constitutional Convention with the power and authority to change the Constitution whenever the nine member panel of lawyers determines that it is necessary. The Founders wanted to protect the rights of the people by limiting the power of the government. In order to prevent the usurpation of power by the government the Founders required that in order to amend the Constitution, it would be necessary for three-fourths of the states to ratify proposed amendments.
If the Supreme Court makes a ruling that changes the meaning of the Constitution, they should also obtain the approval of three-fourths of the states. Since "We the People" were supposed be sovereign, it is appropriate that the final arbiter of questions regarding the Constitution should be in the hands of the sovereigns.
The rulings of the Supreme Court are not the Supreme Law of the Land. The Constitution as interpreted by the people through their elected representatives in Congress should be the ones to determine the meaning and intent of the Founding Fathers.
When Congress passes unconstitutional legislation, they collectively violate the oath that they have taken to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. When the Supreme Court allows them to violate the Constitution, the Court endorses the unconstitutional Congressional behavior.
When the President issues an Unconstitutional Executive Order and Congress allows him the authority to operate outside of his Constitutionally limited authority,they are guilty of Congressional misconduct.
When President signs a bill that is unconstitutional, he is guilty of violating his oath of office and in doing so, he is guilty of the high crime of treason.
The idea that trusting a group of delegates from the states to participate in a Conventioin to propose amendments to the Constitution would be more dangerous to our future liberty and security than trusting a panel of nine lawyers in black robes is to amend the Constitution by a 5 to 4 vote is absolutely absurd.