Term Limits Essay | Congressional Term Limits

Vince Flynn
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Congressional Term Limits

Summary: Analyzes why Congressional term limits should be added as an amendment to our constitution.
All states should require term limits for their members of Congress. Congress itself, naturally, refuses to approve a constitutional amendment on term limits. Our Congress has moved to be under the rule of politicians who are self serving and do not serve their constituents. These well tenured legislators ought to have the same limitation as their State Legislator counter parts. Most states impose term limits for their own legislators, thus the same should be down for their federal representatives. Term confines will allow Congress to be brought back to a citizen legislature rather than a careerist politician club. Hence, a constitutional amendment to impose term limits for Congress members will revitalize both Houses by having fresh new thinking and ideas, destroys seniority and increase the likelihood of competence on a given committee, and will improve the quality of legislation.

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