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Old 12-11-2017, 3:12 PM
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Default vote out every incumbent regardless of party

For decades we have tried to "fix" the system by voting certain people out along whatever political lines. It has been a glaring failure. Now it is time for a clean sweep and if they have held a previous office, any office, we need to vote them out because they are contaminated by the system. we need to put issues on the ballot that if it is our right by the U.S. constitution then it is a right that cannot be taken or limited. Courts need to be elected by the people they represent geographically again not appointed by political hacks. No new taxes without a two thirds public vote for approval. Local school dollars need to go back go local communities along with local control. All taxes. license, fees, or whatever passed in the last five years by anything but a two thirds vote of the public need to be rescinded immediately. will this hurt in some cases yes it will but we need to deal with it now rather than kicking the can down the road so to speak. Just listen to Jerry Brown and that should send you screaming to voting booth to dump everyone. each community and each part of the state has to support itself and not be a parasite on the rest of the state.
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Old 12-17-2017, 11:58 AM
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For decades we have tried to "fix" the system by voting certain people out along whatever political lines. It has been a glaring failure. Now it is time for a clean sweep and if they have held a previous office, any office, we need to vote them out because they are contaminated by the system. we need to put issues on the ballot that if it is our right by the U.S. constitution then it is a right that cannot be taken or limited. Courts need to be elected by the people they represent geographically again not appointed by political hacks. No new taxes without a two thirds public vote for approval. Local school dollars need to go back go local communities along with local control. All taxes. license, fees, or whatever passed in the last five years by anything but a two thirds vote of the public need to be rescinded immediately. will this hurt in some cases yes it will but we need to deal with it now rather than kicking the can down the road so to speak. Just listen to Jerry Brown and that should send you screaming to voting booth to dump everyone. each community and each part of the state has to support itself and not be a parasite on the rest of the state.
There are still a few good people there that would lose their footing if you kicked them out you need somebody to show them tricks of the trade. That mean one or two people that need vetting is all. ALL DEMS AND LIBS OF ANY KIND MUST GO WALKING.


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Old 12-17-2017, 1:21 PM
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Strict term limits
House term limit 10 years
Senate 12 and your out
No pension, and same medical as the rest of us
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Old 12-18-2017, 9:41 AM
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You need COMBINED term limits too. Ex, Brown terming out as Gov and then working every other State office. One person shouldn't be able to have ANY major elected state office for more than 12 yrs TOTAL.

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Old 12-19-2017, 5:20 AM
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Strict term limits
House term limit 10 years One in office
Senate 12 and your out and one in jail.
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Term limits are why California politicians have been able to pass absolutely idiotic legislation without fear of repercussion.
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Term limits are why California politicians have been able to pass absolutely idiotic legislation without fear of repercussion.
and people want this crap nationally. California is an example of what not to do not what to do.
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Well, that was always my fathers practice, always vote against incumbents. "Keep running em through, running em through," he says.

Would a candidate even try at all if they knew they only had one term? I think they only do it because of the potential for lifetime employment and they know if they can just make it a second term they are just about assured of it.

And like its said already, short terms may kill off good people but Im personally willing to take that chance.
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