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Term Limits, Now More Than Ever

Geo22 Wrote: May 04, 2014 12:51 PM
Paul Jacob is a hero of the term limit reform having helped in numerous campaigns as president of US Term Limits and in other capacities. We are fortunate to have his dedication to good government contribute to our individual freedom. Thanks, Paul.
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Term Limits, Now More Than Ever

Geo22 Wrote: May 04, 2014 12:47 PM
Term limits are not as effective in California as in other states for a couple of reasons beyond the fact that the culture there is tilted to the statist left. It has a full time, highly overpaid legislature that attracts money-grubbers rather than civic-minded successful citizens offering public service. Still term limits can ameliorate some of the harm that career pols can inflict on a state over time. Tenure corrupts. www.termlimits.org
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Term Limits, Now More Than Ever

Geo22 Wrote: May 04, 2014 12:36 PM
Actually we do not have term limits if you think elections can do the job. They can't because the advantages of incumbency are so great -they have name recognition, big bucks from lobbyists who don't want to lose their "honest" politicians (which they define as "once bought, stay bought")and the reluctance of good men to run against such odds. www.termlimits.org
The only purpose of labor unions today is to channel money to the Democrat party and Obama. And when the unions are municipal or government unions that money comes from our tax dollars. This pathetic ad could only appeal to one with an IQ around room temperature --their money is better spent on buying politicians --that always works.
This is common --we've found thousands registered in NY and Fla. Voter fraud on many levels is an important element in Dem campaigns. Obama has taken fraud to new heights as his Attny Gen fights to prevent photo ID for voting. There can be no other reason to oppose photo ID for voting than fraudulent voting as photo ID is required for almost everything else of any importance at all.
But since we DO NOT have enforcement of the present Constitution as you point out, that needs to be corrected. Mark Levin's proposed amendments in The Liberty Amendments is one way to do it especially the first amendment: Term Limits. That would change the quality of representation --as it has in the states where the legislatures are limited-- giving us a chance to go back to living under the Constitution. The present congress disregards the Constitution. Rand Paul proposed that every bill submitted give the reference in the Constitution where it is authorized but the leadership would not even allow it to be voted on.
JBS is long out of touch. Levin's book explains the process. His first proposed amendment is to term-limit the US Congress --what better place to start?! btw, JBS opposes term limits, too. What does that tell you?
Rubio has one of the most solidly conservative voting records in Congress --check out Heritage Action and other sites like national Taxpayers Union, Citizens Against Gov't Waste, etc. We need those votes. From what I know him, he is sincerely trying to solve the illegal immigration problem but has been sucked in think it can be done with a comprehensive bill that is taking on the size of Obamacare and Dodd-Frank --it is getting worse with every passing day of amendments. We need to talk to him with reason and NOT just insult, threaten and curse the man --which does no good. Would you replace him with another Bill Nelson (the worst of a bad lot)?
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Let’s Exploit Liberal Hypocrisy

Geo22 Wrote: May 20, 2013 10:47 AM
Mr Schlichter's advice to go on offense by exploiting the "seam" is the only chance we have to get back to some semblance of constitutional governance. It is so easy to be negative given the rise of the parasite class, the low-information voter becoming the norm, the media bias towards and support of the Regime, the Regime's ruthless power grabs, etc. But if we are to protect our children's future we must make the effort as Mr. Schlichter recommends. Let's get to work.
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Winning After Losing on Gay Marriage

Geo22 Wrote: Apr 01, 2013 10:34 AM
Mr Schlichter is ready to give up too easily --this isn't a subject for negotiation like tax rates, this is a true-false, right-wrong issue. there are two sexes and one can readily determine which sex he is. those who have a psychological confusion about their sex can be helped or can be allowed to indulge in his perversion. I'm in favor of each choice. But it can never be that special arrangements detrimental to society be made to accommodate the unnatural desires of homosexual. Unnatural as the terminus of the alimentary canal , the anus, is clearly designed by nature as an exit, not an entrance. Homosexuals: make your own arrangements with your "lovers" but do not interfere with the building block of civilization, marriage and the family
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