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Respectfully, Congressional term limits is a cause that we all should be vigilant about. At the very least, we should start voting all incumbents out until they get it. Action from the people is the only thing that Congress will ever understand.
Think any of them have ever owned a blister on there hand through labor for income? What the#@##! is wrong with this picture? Take away there salaries, retirement health care and GOD knows,,,there PAID VACATION TIME and every federal, national holiday,,,, then see how empty the hill would be and WHO was REALLY so Patriotic and fiscally concerned for OUR country. These worthless, NOT ALL,, should be stripped of there wealth put on raft with one oar and a map and shoved towards Brittan! Or as a choice of there own, given a life time duty on the end of Shovel.
Think of how much added intrest has been added to the National debt,, while Bohner and team were on vacation alone. And now that thee election is over, and things didn't go so well in that corner ,,, HUMMMMMMMMMM makes one angry. 98% bear all the burden while 2% make all the decision's,,
IN the United States of AMERICA?
Want to avoid the finical cliff?
Start by making a law that everybody elected to public office gets an annual salary of $1.00 and that they pay for their own health care, transportation, food, living expenses, etc.
Over $6 Billion dollars spent on the 2012 election is just sick.
Nine richest of the top 12 are Dems..., 11 wealthiest of the 19 are Dems. Hmmm...it is OK to be Uber Rich if you are in Congress, NFL/Sports/ Celebrities. But NOT OK if you gained wealth by creating private industry jobs. Hmmmm
THEY ARE ALL RICH HOW R THEY GOING TO PASS LAWS TO HELP THE POOR?
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