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    Today, AZ junior senator Flake lived up to his name as well as "should have known better" UT Orin Hatch by not casting a vote in the US Senate. If your not going to play the game boys, get off the field! Why you might ask, show some absolute unity. If I was in their position, nothing short of open heart surgery would have kept me from voting, what's their excuse. Maybe it's time for some new blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Today, AZ junior senator Flake lived up to his name as well as "should have known better" UT Orin Hatch by not casting a vote in the US Senate. If your not going to play the game boys, get off the field! Why you might ask, show some absolute unity. If I was in their position, nothing short of open heart surgery would have kept me from voting, what's their excuse. Maybe it's time for some new blood.
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    It's an acceptable loss of a few good representatives to say we should never re-elect anyone - ever. In the long run, we'll provide congress a much needed enema.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    It's an acceptable loss of a few good representatives to say we should never re-elect anyone - ever. In the long run, we'll provide congress a much needed enema.
    Enema? How about congressional gastric bypass? Or turd limits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake View Post
    Today, AZ junior senator Flake lived up to his name as well as "should have known better" UT Orin Hatch by not casting a vote in the US Senate. If your not going to play the game boys, get off the field! Why you might ask, show some absolute unity. If I was in their position, nothing short of open heart surgery would have kept me from voting, what's their excuse. Maybe it's time for some new blood.
    The problem is Flake is new blood,Same as the old blood.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Doctor View Post
    It's an acceptable loss of a few good representatives to say we should never re-elect anyone - ever. In the long run, we'll provide congress a much needed enema.

    Two terms is what I say. Some say 3. If you can't get done what you want in 8 years, chances are you will not get it in another 4. Politics shouldn't be a career like it is. That is one reason why we are in the shape we are in... That and brain dead liberal voters!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Two terms is what I say. Some say 3. If you can't get done what you want in 12 years, chances are you will not get it in another 6. Politics shouldn't be a career like it is. That is one reason why we are in the shape we are in... That and brain dead liberal voters!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Fixed.
    Brought up on liberal math? One term = 4 yrs... Two terms = 8... ???
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    AZ. isn't what it was 40 years ago, sorry. The Majority of the issues lie within Maricopa County but I will not discount a few others. The influx of those who wish to change the state has offset the balance. A State cannot remain intact with 30 years of hard-core illegal invasion and and those seeking to escape the states that no longer can afford/support them. The hard working conservative folks who chose to move to AZ are far outnumbered. I give it 10 years before its political landscape is that of Colorado. I'm 4th of a long native list of AZ. generations dating back to the 1890's. I know both my Families history and that of the States well. There is no bigger enemy of the state and My AZ. heritage then John McCain who I feel is followed close by the illegals. The rest of the political degenerates have figured out that putting an R. in front of your political affiliation spells votes by blind allegiance. Those that choose a "D" are just riding the wave that is killing what was a great State. Once The "Sheriff" has left the county, "Watch" what happens next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Carlson-jet View Post
    AZ. isn't what it was 40 years ago, sorry. The Majority of the issues lie within Maricopa County but I will not discount a few others. The influx of those who wish to change the state has offset the balance. A State cannot remain intact with 30 years of hard-core illegal invasion and and those seeking to escape the states that no longer can afford/support them. The hard working conservative folks who chose to move to AZ are far outnumbered. I give it 10 years before its political landscape is that of Colorado. I'm 4th of a long native list of AZ. generations dating back to the 1890's. I know both my Families history and that of the States well. There is no bigger enemy of the state and My AZ. heritage then John McCain who I feel is followed close by the illegals. The rest of the political degenerates have figured out that putting an R. in front of your political affiliation spells votes by blind allegiance. Those that choose a "D" are just riding the wave that is killing what was a great State. Once The "Sheriff" has left the county, "Watch" what happens next.
    and we rescued him from stalag 13 for this! should have left him there!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkin' Crazy View Post
    Brought up on liberal math? One term = 4 yrs... Two terms = 8... ???
    Each U.S. state is represented by two senators, regardless of population, who serve staggered six-year terms.

    United States Senate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Or you can read Article 1 Section 3 of the constitution.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Icy View Post
    Each U.S. state is represented by two senators, regardless of population, who serve staggered six-year terms.

    United States Senate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Or you can read Article 1 Section 3 of the constitution.
    For some reason I thought it was 4, my bad.

    Looking it up US representatives is 2 yrs.. Who can keep up with this shit?
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