Ok another direction. There is a bill in congress to extend the terms of both the president and the other fools. Could see that coming.
Representative Jose Serrano (D-NY) introduced a bill Friday which would abolish term limits on the U.S. presidency. H.J. Res. 15 seeks to repeal the 22nd Amendment, and if passed would allow President Obama to become the first president since Franklin Roosevelt to run for a third term.
The bill has been referred to committee and officially states that it seeks "an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-second article of amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as President."
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I saw this the other day. No clue why it is going viral.
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That was funny tsac. And jsconyer, I don't know why either. The arguments he rolls out are tired old lines from the Discovery Institute. None of them make sense. I especially like the old 'it breaks the 2nd law of thermodynamics' idea. Yeah it might if the earth was a closed system. But anyone who has ever suffered through a sunburn knows that we don't live in a closed system. The most laughable line was something about it being 'just one dudes dudes theory'. One dude! That one dude was presumably Charles Darwin. And without the benefit of modern genetics, he was remarkably right. And of course he's been backed up by literally thousands of scientists in the last 150 years. So a wee bit different than 'one dude'.
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