A new Gallup poll finds that 75 percent of Americans support imposing term limits on lawmakers in D.C.People tend to go with the devil they know...
Twenty-one percent would vote against a law limiting the number of terms representatives and senators can serve.
It’s maybe no surprise at a time when Congress is less popular than, oh, say, colonoscopies. But Gallup writes that its findings recall similar polls from 1994 and 1996, when between two-thirds and three-quarters of respondents said they favored a constitutional amendment setting term limits.
Past opinion polls have also found that Americans generally have a good opinion of their representative—and a bad one of other lawmakers.
Friday, January 18, 2013
Keep The Bums In?
One man's bum is another's advocate:
California shows liberal policies in full effect:
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