im not sure who is the acting procecuter on this thing, but its time for a
rhetorical pop quiz:
how many of clintons appointees were challenged by the republicans forcing
him to go to a second or third choice to avoid a filibuster (yes, they
threatened this)? (hint, large number)
how many of bushes appointees were challenged by the democrats period?
(hint, low number)
bonus points, how many of bush appointees are major shareholders in enron?
dont peek: http://www.oreilly-sucks.com/repubnews/bushenron.htm
On Tue, 09 Mar 2004 04:26:28 +0000, Mark & Juanita wrote:
It has a primary where anyone can vote for the candidate of their choice.
You can only cast one vote per position. The Candidates with the
plurality in each party (including all the
independant/green/martian parties) advance to the general election.
In Arizona, if you register as independant, you get one vote "for any of
the others", not a vote for each of the fringe parties. If you could
register as green, independant, socialist, whatever, it might make sense,
but if you're not a "D" or an "R", then you're an independant and get one
vote amongst the collection of stray partys.
If that incumbent ain't doing their job, they'll get the boot in the
general. Happened with Jimmy Carter, GHWB and I'm sure many other
incumbents. I think term limits as in our Presidential elections can take
care of that if a bad performance doesn't. They're supposed to be normal
citizens giving some time and then returning home, not career power
mongers. We really ought to extend what goes for Presidents to Senators
and Congressmen so they get to live with their decisions in a timely
manner. And we should not allow them to shower themselves with any more
largess than they provide for the masses. And they shouldn't be providing
any largess for the masses at the federal level at least.
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