Just don't let the Leftists hijack it.
Even if the requisite number of states have applied, questions remain about how such a convention would work -- and whether, as Michigan wants, such a convention could be limited to only discussing a balanced-budget amendment.
It still may be a long shot, but some analysts are warning about the unintended consequences of such a move.
In Louisiana, Budget Project Policy Analyst Steve Spire argued against the state's resolution, saying the convention could permanently damage the nation’s political system.
Permanently damage the nation's political system? And that's a bad thing?
Apparently, according to the article, several of the 34 states have rescinded their call. We'll see how this plays out.
And a balance budget amendment? I'm sorry, but the Federal Government already IGNORES THE CONSTITUTION. Do you think adding another amendment is going to magically start them following it? I don't think so.
The answer is somewhere else. Something that not only takes power away from The Fed, but also gives it to states or individuals.