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Old 06-05-2019, 02:51 PM
Red Wiggler is offline
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Thank you for agreeing that I'm right. Does this rhetorical tactic work often?

That the agreement is still controlling means it is relevant. I don't even think there is common understanding of the nature of the agreement between states - without that there's not anything close to building a case. But hey, if you want to change the agreement, the amendment process is open and takes all comers. A constitutional convention is also available. I think the Democratic Party should make this a key part of their platform - elect Democrats and abolish the constitution!
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