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H.J.Res.15 Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the twenty-second article of amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the num..., 113th Congress

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  • Latest Action: Jan 25, 2013 Referred to the Subcommittee on the Constitution And Civil Justice.

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  • 2% of users support H.J.Res.15

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    • On January 06, 2013, by lremmell64 - How is this possible for the 113th Congress to allow this most preposterous proposal to repeal the 22nd Amendment. Are they that ignorant or should be force them to take a class in US Government and learn what it is the Founding Fathers wanted in the creation of the Federal Government. The one thing they specifically did not want is a KING or permanent leader, and certainly NOT a Dictator.

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      As noted by lremmell64, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 06, 2013, "How is this possible for the 113th Congress to allow this most preposterous proposal to repeal the 22nd Amendment. Are they that ignorant or should be force them to take a class in US Government and learn what it is the Founding Fathers wanted in the creation of the Federal Government. The one thing they specifically did not want is a KING or permanent leader, and certainly NOT a Dictator. "
    • On January 06, 2013, by mnaskovski - I'e a better idea - why don't we just scrap congress altogether, elect a benevolent king and then his blue-blooded family can inherit the throne forever and ever? Any crimes, misdemeanors, civil suits can be decided by the king's favorite advisor too, why waste money on the court system? Let's start by making Jose Serrano our first king of the United States of America!

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      As noted by mnaskovski, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 06, 2013, "I'e a better idea - why don't we just scrap congress altogether, elect a benevolent king and then his blue-blooded family can inherit the throne forever and ever? Any crimes, misdemeanors, civil suits can be decided by the king's favorite advisor too, why waste money on the court system? Let's start by making Jose Serrano our first king of the United States of America!"
    • On January 06, 2013, by NielsenC - NO! NO! NO! Do NOT remove the term limit!

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      As noted by NielsenC, a user on OpenCongress.org, on January 06, 2013, "NO! NO! NO! Do NOT remove the term limit!"

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