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No, but incumbents have too much power to get re-elected. We need to set a very low spending limit on campaigns so that it is not only imcumbents and rich people who can get elected. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Lindstrom, MN
No, legislating is a complicated process that could be thrown into turmoil if too many congressman do not have enough experience but their job performance should be evaluated and they should be voted out if they do not perform up to the expectations of... 8 years ago from a Socialist in Holyoke, MA
Abolish representative democracy in favor of a direct consensus system of informal voting by freely associated individuals. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Portland, OR
They should be given several terms, but a limit should be set, due to shifts in social think. The several terms gives them a reason to do what they need to do, so they are re-elected. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Lebanon, OH
No, term limits reduce the institutional memory of Congress and encourage reliance on unelected, unaccountable professional staffers. 8 years ago from a Socialist in East Hampton, CT
No, but we need to enact the American Anti Corruption Act to eliminate the practice of Congress members doing fundraising for their campaigns. 8 years ago from a Socialist in North Waltham, MA
Yes, but they should be long enough for congressmen to acquire the experience to legislate and to mentor their less experienced peers. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Eugene, OR
Yes: two terms (12 years) for Senators, three terms (6 years) for Representatives. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Macomb, IL
No but if a majority rule vote from that state ask him/her to step down they must do so. 8 years ago from a Socialist in Garden City, ID