Wednesday, May 23, 2012

[Peninsula-Patriots] Re: FW: Please send this to your email group: Survey about Term Limiting Congress

Patriot Friends - I was asked to forward this survey to Peninsula Patriots. It appears to have originated with Rep. Scott Rigell. It doesn't really say who, other than Rigell might be interested in the results. I would suggest that you forward your responses to Scott Rigell and perhaps also to your own Congressman. Seems as though it would be as effective to pick up the phone and call one of the offices listed at the bottom of the form if you are so inclined  [Are other people as curious as I am about what will come of this input???] ~ Sue Sherrill


Dear Fellow Conservatives,

Please send this to your email group: Survey about Term Limiting Congress.

Scott needs to hear an OVERWHELMING response in support of term limits !!


Greg Garrett


Sent: 5/23/2012 7:19:15 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time
Subj: The 'Wisdom of the District' - Term Limiting Congress


May 2012

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Forward to a FriendVisit my WebsiteU.S. Representative Scott Rigell

Seeking "The Wisdom of the District"


Currently, the Constitution allows for unlimited terms for Representatives in the House and for Senators. I personally believe that term limits would benefit the country (and have pledged to serve no more than six terms, or 12 years, if I had the privilege to do so), but there is a robust debate on the merits of Congressional term limits. What do you think? Should there be a constitutional amendment to term limit all House Members?

( ) Yes. Term limits are the best way to end 'careerism' public service. People in Washington should 'serve and go home.'

( ) Yes, term limits sound like a good idea, but the limit should span several decades so Members can get real work accomplished.

( ) No, I don't believe term limits are a good idea, but I do support extending the terms of Representatives from 2 year to 4 year terms in order to decrease continuous campaigning.

( ) No. Term limits are unconstitutional and the voters should be left to decide when a Member's career is over.

( ) No. We need experienced, qualified legislators in Congress who know the issues and know the process. Term limiting Members would prevent skilled legislators from helping the country.

( ) I have another answer.

Click here to take the survey and check our web page later this week for the results of this poll and prior polls!

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