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MasterGnr 03-26-2016 18:19

The only reason the system is bad is that there are no checks in the system. Need term limits for Congress. Need to get rid of PACs.

Jason Chaffetz gets it. http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/house...ry?id=36222967

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naptown 03-26-2016 18:21

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CUOCxpOVAAA_d6C.jpg:large

DocHolliday 03-26-2016 18:33

Mmmmm bacon bits.

Reggs 03-26-2016 18:35

After seeing how amazingly ineffective PACs have been this past year, who's still complaining about them?

LouCypher 03-26-2016 20:23

Quote:

Originally Posted by MasterGnr (Post 18546546)
Need term limits for Congress. Need to get rid of PACs.

PACs are a problem, but what exactly would term limits do other than create a stream of corporate-sponsored revolving "Yes" men with no experience or track record to judge their qualifications on?

You want a Senate full of Tea Party panderers on the right and first-term Obamas on the left? The first thing those term-limited politicians will do after being forced out of office will be a move to the lobbyist sector.

KingSobieski 03-26-2016 20:26

For every 1 billion dollars shaved from the budget, congressmen should be legally granted another wife of child bearing age.

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motoxbudd 03-26-2016 20:29

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Originally Posted by naptown (Post 18546548)

first and prob only time i will ever +rep yer ****tard

MasterGnr 03-26-2016 20:31

No. I want lobbyists to lose their minds...

https://www.termlimits.org/ex-lobbyi...s-term-limits/


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Fool 03-26-2016 20:33

Quote:

Originally Posted by LouCypher (Post 18546586)
The first thing those term-limited politicians will do after being forced out of office will be a move to the lobbyist sector.

You mean they don't do that now?

midst1 03-26-2016 20:48

abolish all forms of government
allow genius mastermind like elon musk/buize/bill gates have absolute power
??
profit

Zanthious 03-26-2016 21:02

bill gates is a believer of purging the earth of most of its population there guy..

Pagy 03-26-2016 21:10

if that was true he wouldnt be saving so many useless Africans.

JoMo 03-26-2016 21:32

Is this supposed to be a hit piece or an endorsement?

In Donald Trump***8217;s Worldview, America Comes First, and Everybody Else Pays

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/27/us...gn-policy.html

LouCypher 03-26-2016 22:26

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Originally Posted by Fool (Post 18546591)
You mean they don't do that now?

Did I say that? No.

Of course they do that now, but with term limits you'd have a lot more of them doing it a lot sooner. A politician knowing they're on their way out would also have more incentive to introduce or pass legislation to benefit their future employers, or increase the value of personal investments.

LouCypher 03-26-2016 22:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by MasterGnr (Post 18546590)
No. I want lobbyists to lose their minds...

https://www.termlimits.org/ex-lobbyi...s-term-limits/

The best way to persuade someone into doing your bidding is to trick them into thinking it was their idea. Abramoff knows that.

Instead of favors for lunches and golf trips we'd just have payback for support during their campaigns.

MasterGnr 03-27-2016 01:15

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Originally Posted by LouCypher (Post 18546636)
Did I say that? No.

Of course they do that now, but with term limits you'd have a lot more of them doing it a lot sooner. A politician knowing they're on their way out would also have more incentive to introduce or pass legislation to benefit their future employers, or increase the value of personal investments.

So by that argument, a politician who is continually reelected would feel secure and pass legislation that is for the good of their constituents? Of course not...they don't now.

So I would much rather they draw the private sector paycheck, but admittedly that doesn't solve the problem. Maybe it doesn't, but at least we are not rewarding them with long term cushy jobs.

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starwolf_nexus 03-27-2016 01:56

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Originally Posted by motoxbudd (Post 18546589)
first and prob only time i will ever +rep yer ****tard

they also make a lubricant for other types of guns
http://www.prmediablast.com/wp-conte...igEasePack.jpg

LouCypher 03-27-2016 02:03

Quote:

Originally Posted by MasterGnr (Post 18546705)
So by that argument, a politician who is continually reelected would feel secure and pass legislation that is for the good of their constituents? Of course not...they don't now.

So I would much rather they draw the private sector paycheck, but admittedly that doesn't solve the problem. Maybe it doesn't, but at least we are not rewarding them with long term cushy jobs.

It's only "rewarding" if they get re-elected. You're more comfortable with limiting the freedom of voters to choose their representatives in a vain effort to reduce corruption. If you're happy with the job your Senator has done for 20 years, why is it better for you if he can't be re-elected?

Dangerdoggie 03-27-2016 06:14

Who's the sexist pig now?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N9MDXJy6BDQ

SINep 03-27-2016 06:34

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Originally Posted by Dangerdoggie (Post 18546753)

Fairly certain he says "Don't stand there."

Dangerdoggie 03-27-2016 06:40

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KNIZofPB8ZM

Baby Bew 03-27-2016 08:02

If trump actually gets elected (small chance), both parties will vote him out of office after the first 2 years

-SS- 03-27-2016 09:27

Term limits are a very bad idea. Once they are re-elected for their final term, they have nothing left to lose and will try to collect as much personal wealth as possible before leaving office.

Imo, they need to have skin in the game. You accomplish that with a death penalty. Any politician who loses a recall election by their constituents should be publicly hung at their State capitol. The executive and judicial branches should have the same consequences if convicted through impeachment.

A friend of mine in DC pointed out there is a good reason why they dont prosecute each other; it opens the floodgates. They are truly a protected class and will do whatever it takes to keep it that way. They have no problems lying to you because what are you going to do about it? Just look at the **** they get away with already like the bad checks, not paying taxes, insider trading, etc. -**** the rest of us would be in prison for. Hell, teddy kennedy literally got away with murder.

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Btw, you bernie supporters... see the results from yesterday?

http://www.politico.com/2016-electio.../map/president

He kicked her ass, but notice the lopsided awarding of delegates. Look at how the super delegates take a **** on your vote.

Veniggs 03-27-2016 09:30

Quote:

Originally Posted by Baby Bew (Post 18546767)
If trump actually gets elected (small chance), both parties will vote him out of office after the first 2 years

yea k

naptown 03-27-2016 10:04

remember when baby bew talked about how he wanted to go be a freedom fighter in ukraine during their civil war cuz hes like 1/16th ukrainian or smth

Baby Bew 03-27-2016 10:05

I don't remember that

Quote:

Originally Posted by Veniggs (Post 18546776)
yea k

Yea. If trump keeps with his "I do whatever I want" style he'll inevitably be perceived to do something illegal

If his overall public support is high then maybe Congress doesn't act but if his support is low and Congress sees an opportunity they'll bring charges against him

JoMo 03-27-2016 10:29

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Originally Posted by Baby Bew (Post 18546780)
I don't remember that



Yea. If trump keeps with his "I do whatever I want" style he'll inevitably be perceived to do something illegal

If his overall public support is high then maybe Congress doesn't act but if his support is low and Congress sees an opportunity they'll bring charges against him

He hasn't actually done anything as he's not in office yet. Most of what he's spouting 'sounds' good and like something a LEADER would do, but would he act like that in office? Who knows?

Flipp 03-27-2016 11:10

bless trump such a glorious man wow :king:

MasterGnr 03-27-2016 11:42

America First!

Dangerdoggie 03-27-2016 15:47

America Works!

motoxbudd 03-27-2016 16:48

trump is gunna win and declare open season on pc libtard sjw ****wits, as in making it perfectly legal to blow your ****ing brains out and smash your useless skulls to a pulp before tossing your carcasses into wood chippers for fertilizer and dog food

LouCypher 03-27-2016 16:51

Trump ain't doing ****.

Captain Tele 03-27-2016 17:03

So he is a fat **** like LouCy

whoever 03-27-2016 17:06

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6QKyx7GP1A

Reggs 03-27-2016 17:15

Quote:

Originally Posted by Baby Bew (Post 18546767)
If trump actually gets elected (small chance), both parties will vote him out of office after the first 2 years

He will most likely be our next president. The polls are going to swing in his favor after the first few debates. Hilary has so many glaringly obvious problems that was easy to attack and she just will not be able to handle debating him because she's so ice cold and uses canned speeches.

When he's elected he will stay 8 years because the policy he's outlined so far has been really smart. Obama got 8 years and fumbled on so many things, he's so lame and even Dems did not really like him when they reelected him, they just thought McCain was scarier. You think Trump can't do better? MAGA!

He's more teflon than anyone. Doing something perceived to be illegal will not slow him down GWB did so much shady **** and he never got impeached and his approval ratings were bad and dems hated him. Trump attracts so many independents his presidency will not really polarizing party lines.

He's polarizing from young college socialists, but in the grand scheme of things he's much less polarizing than GWB or Obama, and the independents behind him right now is proof of that.

JoMo 03-27-2016 17:18

I don't know if he'll face Hillary. Sanders may keep on winning after the bird incident.

EDIT: Oh wait, are there any more states with small minority groups? He wins those.

Reggs 03-27-2016 17:29

When Hilary is the frontrunner democrats are going to be feeling every bit as lame and weak as when John Kerry was running, who I voted for btw, but damn that was the worst choice ever.

First Trump Vs. Hillary debate will be magical. I'm going to find a viewing party to go to, or stay in and order pizza and drink wine. It will be amazing.

Fool 03-27-2016 18:05

Hillary has been successful largely because she knew she had it in the bag and has basically avoided the spotlight for as long as possible. She's unlikable and everyone knows it. The longer she talks, the more people dislike her. On a national stage, in the spotlight, where she'll actually have to respond to a media savvy person like Trump, she's going to fold hard. If she tries to lash back, it will only make her even more unlikable.

LouCypher 03-27-2016 18:18

Quote:

Originally Posted by Captain Tele (Post 18546968)
So he is a fat **** like LouCy

No, he's just an impotent, angry troll like Captain Teletubbie.

Reggs 03-27-2016 18:23

That's true, she'd just cold. She strikes me as the type of woman who hates children.

Even if she was charming, Trump is just too smart for her. His idea of forcing Saudi Arabia to fight ISIS by boycotting their oil is pure genius. We buy such a small % from them and our infrastructure is so great it would not effect our prices THAT much and it would instantly create a ton of stateside jobs that have been lost because the oil industry has been getting the **** kicked out of them by low prices, and it would hold us off longer from putting American boots on the ground, make them do it.

Pure genius all around. No one else has the intelligence to think like that, or the balls to actually do it. Name one other politician who would embarrass Saudi Arabia. Trumps plans are solid.


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