Tell Congress: Keep Presidential Term Limits, Oppose H.J. Res. 15

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Tell Congress: Keep Presidential Term Limits, Oppose H.J. Res. 15

On January 4, New York Representative Jose Serrano introduced H.J. Res. 15 -- a resolution to repeal the 22nd Amendment and thereby abolish presidential term limits.

H.J. Res. 15 is currently in the House Judiciary Committee, and lacks co-sponsors. In order to succeed, it must pass both the House and the Senate, and have support among at least 3/4 of the fifty state governments.

In 1947, the 22nd Amendment passed in Congress and was later ratified in 1951.

The Amendment was created by Congress to prevent three and four term U.S. Presidents, like Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

Term limits are a good thing and must remain.

Tell Your Lawmakers to OPPOSE the Repeal of the 22nd Amendment, H.J. Res. 15. Sign the petition and message lawmakers below.

 

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I believe that maybe the limit should be 1 term, not 2, and definitely not unlimited. The U.S. does NOT need a dictator, king, or queen type person. Keep the U.S. from Socialism.
I fee two terms is sufficient.. Look what England and other lands have... We are a free society "hugh"... We the people not... us the gov. Things need to change, not just the changes.....
Oppose H.J.Res.15. With an administration like the current 1-makes you wonder if we shouldn't limit them to 1 term-Seriously hoping the US can survive until 2016.Voting tomorrow to give her a chance!
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You've Got to be shitting me!? Nobodys that ****ING STUPID,,,,,

But the Progressive******did get re-elected,,,,

My Bad !
Do not let this bill pass! Only 2 terms!!
He's making a mockery of the Constitution!!!!! Get this power hungry slob out of office ASAP!!!!!
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