Based on our latest survey, our readers left no doubt where they stand on wanting term limits for Members of Congress.
A bill has been introduced in an attempt to limit the time an elected representative would likely serve in Congress without requiring a Constitutional amendment.
We recently asked our users if they were in favor of Congressional term limits and the use of private tax collectors by the IRS. The responses left no doubt where our readers stand on these issues.
Should term limits be imposed on Members of Congress? The idea has recently come up again during this election year.
Senator David Vitter (R-LA) has introduced several pieces of legislation as the new Congress convened this week that would tackle issues such as Congressional term limits and forcing lawmakers to use Obamacare.
Congressman Reid Ribble (R-WI) has introduced a Constitutional Amendment that would limit the number of years a member of Congress can serve.
In our most recent survey, readers expressed their frustration with the inability of Congress to address significant issues and the focus of elected representatives on gaining power and influence rather than passing legislation.