A republican turned democrat to keep his job he should be ousted.
Like most incumbents that have been in office for so long he should be removed.
I don't know how that man has to gall to even run for office again.
It is a good thing those damn tea-party people aren't a real political movement.
One slime bag down 434 more to go.
Each journey begins with the first step. Pennsylvania has rallied to the challenge.
If you missed it in this go around you can participate again and again until all the slime is gone in the next elections.
by Jack Lee 9 months ago
This is after repeated claim he will repeal ACA in re-election campaign...How does he sleep at night?Who is paying him? Why is he still a Senator?
by Marc Lee 2 years ago
How this talk about the amendment got me to thinking, what amendment would you like to make?
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
EDIT: Amendment proposed in '09, not 23rd. (There are currently 27 amendments.)Presidents are limited to no more than two terms in office. How about senators and other incumbents? This quote from Jim De Mint makes sense:"Incumbency allows politicians to raise millions of dollars in...
by chasingcars 8 years ago
And now prepare for the full stinking blossom of the Supreme's decision to allow big money to vote with two voices; it's a subplot of the Swift Boating propaganda device. It's like Bin Laden dressing an American in his own robes, complete with bombs attached, and shoving him out in...
by Mike Russo 6 months ago
Too bad there is not an article or amendment in the Constitution that outlines how The President of the United States of America should act and behave. I don't think one has been necessary until Trump has come into office.When I was in the Air Force, the military had/has the Uniform...
by Mike Russo 6 years ago
I'm curious to know what have been the Republican congress accomplishments since Obama has been in office? It seems to me all they have done is criticsize everything that he has done and say no to any bill or legislation that he wanted passed.
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