Drik Wrote:
Nov 25, 2012 12:04 PM
Right as rain, but the likelihood of their voting to limit their own job duration and voluntarily give up access to the power and perks is slim to none. And forget the idea of voting them out. Incumbents get re-elected at a higher rate in this country than the folks did at the Politburo in Russia. Only avenue that is likely to meet with any success is tackling it at the state level ,which means getting your local state rep and senator to seriously address nullification and interposition. That would get Congress's attention like nothing else would. Action that threatens to cut off the supply of money would be motivating and it would empower the states. Only other thing likely to work would be the threat of a Con-Con