Wednesday, January 17, 2007

ABOLISH Term Limits???


The people - and the experts - have spoken: It's time to change course in Iraq. But it still doesn't seem as though President Bush really heard them.



And why should he, really? Under the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution, Mr. Bush is barred from seeking a third term of office. So he doesn't have to worry about his dreadful poll numbers, November's disastrous congressional elections, or anything else. Come January 2009, he's history.

That's why we need to let Mr. Bush - and all future presidents - run as many times as they'd like.

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They've started George W Bush's reelection campaign. I kinda knew they would, after all, they don't want to give the new, improved, expanded and all powerful presidency to a DEMOCRAT would they? Especially when the president can designate anyone for imprisonment and torture> they might get some of their own back on 'em.

For the whole article, go here

5 Comments:

Blogger andi said...

would he even be re-elected? what did i hear last, like 30% approval rating?

10:45 AM, January 19, 2007  
Blogger SB Gypsy said...

They don't need voters to elect the shrub - at least they haven't needed them so far! They have control of the software for the voting machines.

Seriously, I'm just soooo paranoid that we won't see the day that pResident Codpiece moves out of our WH!

2:16 PM, January 19, 2007  
Blogger Missouri Mule said...

Me too, sb gypsy. All the more reason to move forward with impeaching the bastard ASAP.

9:03 AM, January 20, 2007  
Blogger SB Gypsy said...

Absolutely!

12:52 PM, January 20, 2007  
Blogger The Fat Lady Sings said...

I have been wondering about that. The legislation Bush has been pushing through doesn't make sense. I mean - Republicans would rather die than put that much power into Democratic hands (and I mean that in every interpretive way possible). Something's bound to happen before '08 - you just know it.

1:28 AM, January 21, 2007  

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