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    Conservatives believe in serving their constituency for a term or two and then going back to the private sector. We're not ones to mooch off of the government. We're not like Conyers, Pelosi, Reid, Kennedy, and Byrd, who spend a lifetime in office and never plan to return to the private sector.
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    @stepped_in_it

    McCain is only Republican by name...nothing more...he is just another politician full of hot air with no real ideas on how to fix anything...
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    @jaybebo84 "Conservatives believe in serving their constituency for a term or two and then going back to the private sector"....going by the context of this statement, not by what the man "does".......want more conservative names that have served more than one or two terms?
    My opinion is BOTH parties have/are "career" politicians and almost never "go back" to the private sector, unless one thinks lobbyists are private sector jobs!
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    @stepped_in_it

    I know there are numerous career politicians in Congress on both sides of the aisle...you stated McCain...I was stating he is only Republican by name...
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    @InjusticeSucks Your "god", if he existed, would not like either party. Both parties are criminals and should be strung up at the nearest tree....and sharing of rope would not be necessary!
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    I hope more Republicans decide to leave office. After all, they know nothing about running a government, and only get in the way of real progress on a number of issues. Most of them still think we are living in the year 1713 anyway..So who needs 'em...Again, good bye, and good riddance.
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    @falco_alba Do you mean other than that is not an answer to my question?

    The Presidency is a national office. Representatives are local. Senators not as much, but still represent a portion of the country. Senators used to be appointed by the states and served as their representative a policy we should return to but won't.
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    @Canoochee

    The Founding Fathers did not intend politics to become a profession. By limiting terms, we force private citizens to evaluate the current state of affairs and not vote for someone simply because they already have the job. Much of the problem with our government rests in the hands of the people and their apathy. It makes sense to have a cyclical government at all levels, and term limits would help people get shit done instead of worry about the next election.
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    Wow, is this campaign reform? LOL! Um, Captain, we just hit an iceberg, when do we, uh, start lowering the life boats; people are already jumping ship!
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    Remember when Captains went down with their ship? What a bygone era that is now. Captains like Captain Francesco Schettino have really set the bar pretty low. ;)
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