I thought you were going to talk about having to be born in the U.S. to be president. Term limits are great. I would like to see it in every elected office. I would also like to see the supreme court have a limit on how many years they serve. 10 or 15 years tops.<br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>I would also like to see the supreme court have a limit on how many years they serve. 10 or 15 years tops<p><hr></blockquote><p>That would certainly relieve some of the paranoia about which president is going to appoint which justices. At the same time, would we see a constant reversal and re-reversal over time of the Supreme Court's own decisions?<br><br>
" . . . all federal elected officials should serve a single, six-year term, with no reelection."<br><br>Considering a two-term president spends almost two of the eight years running for re-election, that's probably a good idea.<br><br>
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