Term Limits for Congress

Updated: Apr 8

The Term Limits


Economic growth, Individual Freedom, and Security


Just about every issue being discussed on the national level affects one or more of these categories. While the details of any particular piece of legislation can be confusing and convoluted, focusing on these three core principles will allow America to remain a world leader and the best country on earth.


Term Limits for Congress


The original vision of our founders was that we would be citizen statesmen. Unfortunately, we have gotten away from that model and have members of congress who have spent their entire professional careers in government. It is much harder to see the impact of congressional decisions from an office in Washington, D.C. than it is when you're outside of the beltway trying to work and live according to the laws being passed. It is much better to send people to congress who have the fresh perspective of what it's like living and working in their respective states. Setting term limits on congressional office would reinstate the idea of having citizen statesmen.

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