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    Does anyone believe that Diane Feinstein or Nancy Pelosi are the only people we need in congress....Ten years in any government elected job and out, is my thoughts!

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    I say two terms. It leaves sufficient time to prove your worth, gain re-election and leave a legacy for others to follow. It also saves America from Strom Thurmond and Ted Kennedy types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron Hill View Post
    Does anyone believe that Diane Feinstein or Nancy Pelosi are the only people we need in congress....Ten years in any government elected job and out, is my thoughts!

    CONGRESS NEEDS NEW BLOOD!
    Those people a rank rookies compaired to Fortney Stark..That old fossil has been in Congress since our flag only had 20 stars on it, Alaska still belong to the Russians and Lewis and Clark were still drawing their maps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    I say two terms. It leaves sufficient time to prove your worth, gain re-election and leave a legacy for others to follow. It also saves America from Strom Thurmond and Ted Kennedy types.
    I like the 10 year rule (or 12) better. Two terms in the House is 4 years. Two terms in the senate is 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 058 View Post
    Those people a rank rookies compaired to Fortney Stark..That old fossil has been in Congress since our flag only had 20 stars on it, Alaska still belong to the Russians and Lewis and Clark were still drawing their maps.
    Signature worthy post right there for sure....
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    2 terms- what's good enough for our Presidents is good enough for everyone......Also, they should NOT get any kind of retirement- hell, they don't hardly DO anything to justify a retirement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    2 terms- what's good enough for our Presidents is good enough for everyone......Also, they should NOT get any kind of retirement- hell, they don't hardly DO anything to justify a retirement.
    pretty sure I heard a congressman says that very same thing about low level federal workers.



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    pretty sure I heard a congressman says that very same thing about low level federal workers.
    Hey, Gnny, how about you give away your retirement....I mean, you are such a hard worker, and so financially savvy, you should easily be able to make it up in three years....which is what length you have stated is proper for planning any business. Any time you want to come down off your high mole-hill and try to actually work for a living, you can try my job....but don't try to take on the maintenance man's job.....John is a real hard worker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    Hey, Gnny, how about you give away your retirement....I mean, you are such a hard worker, and so financially savvy, you should easily be able to make it up in three years....which is what length you have stated is proper for planning any business. Any time you want to come down off your high mole-hill and try to actually work for a living, you can try my job....but don't try to take on the maintenance man's job.....John is a real hard worker.
    Not asking you to give up you 401K dipshit. Not asking one person on this earth to give me dime. Not an employee, not a union, nobody. Got that asshole. NOBODY!

    Your 401K, if you bother to have one is YOUR money. Your entitled to every dime dickhead! Get off my back if you don't know what the fuck your talking about public leech!



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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    Not asking you to give up you 401K dipshit. Not asking one person on this earth to give me dime. Not an employee, not a union, nobody. Got that asshole. NOBODY!

    Your 401K, if you bother to have one is YOUR money. Your entitled to every dime dickhead! Get off my back if you don't know what the fuck your talking about public leech!
    I always like how Big biz guys don't ever want to Honor a contract......Wonderful how we gave the Indians a piece of land, then tell 'em "Hey guys, WE want that piece of land so MOVE!" All them stupid backward, uncivilized tribes that don't understand that a man's word doesn't really mean a thing.......

    I have put in 32 years and will have 35 years when I retire, and I have contributed to my retirement for all the years except the 4 I was in the service....Tell me why you want to rewrite the contract now after 32 years....And, tell me why the Firm you have your 401K with shouldn't just tear up your contract and walk with your money.....Wouldn't you like getting the shaft like that? You'd cry like a little baby if that happened....waaaaaaaaa.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    I always like how Big biz guys don't ever want to Honor a contract......Wonderful how we gave the Indians a piece of land, then tell 'em "Hey guys, WE want that piece of land so MOVE!" All them stupid backward, uncivilized tribes that don't understand that a man's word doesn't really mean a thing.......

    I have put in 32 years and will have 35 years when I retire, and I have contributed to my retirement for all the years except the 4 I was in the service....Tell me why you want to rewrite the contract now after 32 years....And, tell me why the Firm you have your 401K with shouldn't just tear up your contract and walk with your money.....Wouldn't you like getting the shaft like that? You'd cry like a little baby if that happened....waaaaaaaaa.....
    You have check stubs that show these "contribution deductions" do you? Even my 401 contributions where on my check stub. Not you SS, which if you have been a fed employee that long you have always paid into. But actual deductions from you paycheck towards your pension!

    Your contract? You mean like the extortion used to extract insane pay for NOTHING? That contract?
    Did you watch the election results on the Wisconsin recall. Think the public hasn't had enough?
    Think some how your exempt?

    I do not consider 401Ks as a "contract" with anybody other than the companies I am invested in. There is a company that performs a service, much like a bank. And I have changed that 3 times since opening my 401, which I have yet to tap because I am too young. But no CONTRACT.

    The corporation you had your "contract" with is bankrupt because of shit managment, and sqaundering funds to the employees with wastefull spending. You expect the taxpayers to bail them out? Are you insane?
    United airlines filed for BK and their employees took a hit. Are you somehow different? WHY? Because your employer owns a fucking printing press?



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    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    I always like how Big biz guys don't ever want to Honor a contract......
    They want to honor a contract if they can benefit from it. If they can't, tear it up and throw it out. Look at the auto bailouts. The righties just wanted to screw the guys that worked their whole lives out of their pension.

    Quote Originally Posted by cvxjet View Post
    Wonderful how we gave the Indians a piece of land, then tell 'em "Hey guys, WE want that piece of land so MOVE!" All them stupid backward, uncivilized tribes that don't understand that a man's word doesn't really mean a thing.......

    I have put in 32 years and will have 35 years when I retire, and I have contributed to my retirement for all the years except the 4 I was in the service....Tell me why you want to rewrite the contract now after 32 years....And, tell me why the Firm you have your 401K with shouldn't just tear up your contract and walk with your money.....Wouldn't you like getting the shaft like that? You'd cry like a little baby if that happened....waaaaaaaaa.....
    Bob has a union pension. He wanted the UAW pensions torn up and thrown away but I bet his opinion would be a little different if his pension was in danger.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    They want to honor a contract if they can benefit from it. If they can't, tear it up and throw it out. Look at the auto bailouts. The righties just wanted to screw the guys that worked their whole lives out of their pension.

    Bob has a union pension. He wanted the UAW pensions torn up and thrown away but I bet his opinion would be a little different if his pension was in danger.
    sorry you uniformed dipshit. My pension is 100% totally different than the UAW pension. Their pension crippled and bankrupt GM, same with United. Mine has ZERO effect on my former bosses. 2 who have no clue I am retired. So how could it have ANY effect on them? Answer that one you ignorant dumbass!




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    Quote Originally Posted by gn7 View Post
    sorry you uniformed dipshit. My pension is 100% totally different than the UAW pension. Their pension crippled and bankrupt GM, same with United. Mine has ZERO effect on my former bosses. 2 who have no clue I am retired. So how could it have ANY effect on them? Answer that one you ignorant dumbass!
    It is? You don't have a contract with your union that says you will get a pension? The UAW workers didn't have a contract with their union that says they get a pension? How the pensions are funded may be different, but two very important things remain the same 1) there is a contract, and more importantly, 2) you are a moron. Like I said, you believe a contract that you can benefit from should be honored, while a contract you can't should be discarded. The need to act ethically isn't strong with you, is it? Well after all, you are a righty nutjob.

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