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Oct 9, 2008 11:12 PM CST who is rethinking thier legislative choices after the passing"rescue/bailout" Bill?
fireliter
fireliterfireliterAllen Park, Michigan USA635 Threads 17 Polls 7,934 Posts
my apologizes, but I see no reason to hold the next president liable or accountable for what/will is occur... the legislative branch on the other hand is a different matter altogether.

Maybe "because of our congress and 20 year terms the word "experience" has taken on a NEW MEANING
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Oct 9, 2008 11:21 PM CST who is rethinking thier legislative choices after the passing"rescue/bailout" Bill?
Don216
Don216Don216Cocoa, Florida USA1 Threads 611 Posts
fireliter: my apologizes, but I see no reason to hold the next president liable or accountable for what/will is occur... the legislative branch on the other hand is a different matter altogether.

Maybe "because of our congress and 20 year terms the word "experience" has taken on a NEW MEANING


Both candidates for POTUS voted for the wall street welfare bill so nothing can be done there.

I think it is time to institute term limits on the legislative branch. Say two terms for Senators and 4 for the House. These scum bags are so buddy buddy with the lobbyists it is pathetic. Lobbying should be sharply curtailed too. Do away with earmarks too.

professor
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Oct 10, 2008 12:05 AM CST who is rethinking thier legislative choices after the passing"rescue/bailout" Bill?
HealthyLiving
HealthyLivingHealthyLivingSomewhere In, Tennessee USA690 Threads 2 Polls 6,584 Posts
Don216: Both candidates for POTUS voted for the wall street welfare bill so nothing can be done there.

I think it is time to institute term limits on the legislative branch. Say two terms for Senators and 4 for the House. These scum bags are so buddy buddy with the lobbyists it is pathetic. Lobbying should be sharply curtailed too. Do away with earmarks too.



Could be good advice, but what about the "good" state representatives? We should want them to stay.
Perhaps it is a real good time to take a look at our state reps and their voting history. Oust the ones who are part of the problem and vote in the ones who will not take part in the underhanded pocket monies from the lobbiest. They are supposed to be representing "We the People", NOT we the lobbiest!!! Vote them OUT!!!
This is where REAL CHANGE begins!!!
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Oct 10, 2008 2:04 AM CST who is rethinking thier legislative choices after the passing"rescue/bailout" Bill?
fireliter: my apologizes, but I see no reason to hold the next president liable or accountable for what/will is occur... the legislative branch on the other hand is a different matter altogether.

Maybe "because of our congress and 20 year terms the word "experience" has taken on a NEW MEANING


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