## Uh oh... Proposed Constitutional Amendment

http://thomas.loc.gov/cgi-bin/query/...H.J.RES.24.IH:
 IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES February 17, 2005Mr. HOYER (for himself, Mr. BERMAN, Mr. SENSENBRENNER, Mr. SABO, and Mr. PALLONE) introduced the following joint resolution; which was referred to the Committee on the Judiciary __________________________________________________ JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the 22nd amendment to the Constitution. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), That the following article is proposed as an amendment to the Constitution of the United States, which shall be valid to all intents and purposes as part of the Constitution when ratified by the legislatures of three-fourths of the several States within seven years after the date of its submission for ratification: Article -- The twenty-second article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is repealed.'.
I seriously doubt it's going to get through though.
 Has this already been gone over or does no one remember what the 22nd amendment is?
 Short-sighted political stunt.

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## Uh oh... Proposed Constitutional Amendment

The democrats are just doing their usual screwing around trying to grab attention to themselves instead of doing their jobs.

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 Quote by Pengwuino The democrats are just doing their usual screwing around trying to grab attention to themselves instead of doing their jobs.
What about Sensenbrenner? He's Republican. But, yeah, what the .... are they doing? The rest are all Democrats, so it appears to be a stunt of some sort (don't know any reason they'd seriously do this, but, they have, haven't they), and it's not even April 1.
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 Quote by Moonbear What about Sensenbrenner? He's Republican. But, yeah, what the .... are they doing? The rest are all Democrats, so it appears to be a stunt of some sort (don't know any reason they'd seriously do this, but, they have, haven't they), and it's not even April 1.
Alot of people talking about this seem to be hoping for a rerun of Clinton. There was talk of such an amendment while he was in office too.

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 Quote by TheStatutoryApe Alot of people talking about this seem to be hoping for a rerun of Clinton. There was talk of such an amendment while he was in office too.
That's not much more reassuring to me.

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 Quote by Pengwuino Yah a single republican
Yeah, but it means you can't entirely blame it in the Democrats.

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 Quote by Moonbear Yeah, but it means you can't entirely blame it in the Democrats.
Well its normally a-ok to do the opposite around here

 Quote by Pengwuino Well its normally a-ok to do the opposite around here
That kind of junk is always being thrown about...Democrats catch crap for being against Bush (Because, as well all know, this is America...we don't have the right to hold our own opinions here. ) and Republicans catch crap for lieing...when both sides lie through their teeth.

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 Quote by AngelShare That kind of junk is always being thrown about...Democrats catch crap for being against Bush (Because, as well all know, this is America...we don't have the right to hold our own opinions here. ) and Republicans catch crap for lieing...when both sides lie through their teeth.
hehe you haven't been around here much have you

 Quote by Pengwuino hehe you haven't been around here much have you
No, I have not. However, I was not talking about this site when I made that post. I like this site but I would never even think of using it in a political discussion, that's a rather weak way to make your point. "There are these Republicans on a site I frequent that slam Democrats every time they post, I can't stand them and their damn party!!"

I've heard enough to know that Republicans like to slam Democrats, first and foremost, for disliking Bush. That's always been something that confuses me, really...because, like I tried to point out in my other post, this is America. To assume everyone will agree with you is asinine. However, instead of being amongst those who like to slam the opposing party simply because they're the opposing part, I'd much rather spend my time agreeing with whoever makes the most sense regardless of what they are. That allows me to see that both sides lie and that both sides are crooked.

Now, whether this site is populated with more Democrats than Republicans or vice versa, I don't base my posts off of this site's overall opinion on political matters.
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