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Post  night-reaper on Sat Jun 19, 2010 8:36 pm

I sick of these weak-minded pieces of crap bitching, moaning, crying and complaining about what Arizona is doing isn't right. I have been hearing more & more people around America want to boycott Arizona, because of their Illegal Immigration Law. These people want to boycott any service or product coming out of Arizona, including transportation to.
There are alot of people across this nation that believe what Arizona is doing is the right thing, and I'm one of those people. What did the Federal Government expect sitting on the side-lines with their thumb up their asses?

I say why not boycott American Companies who have their products made in Mexico?

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Post  C.Hound on Sun Jun 20, 2010 10:45 am

You got that right NR!

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Post  OT on Sun Jun 20, 2010 12:00 pm

C.Hound wrote:You got that right NR!

I totally agree. Now if we only could get this spread around to the public and news stations. I sent it to Glen Beck.

Congressional Reform Act of 2010

Be it enacted by the House of Representatives in Congress assembled that Congress be reformed in accordance to this proposed Congressional Reform Act of 2010. This bill is being presented to the House of Representatives with the reasoning that as a collective body charged with representing the citizens of the United States, their responsibility should be to approve such reformations. This bill is being presented to the House of Representatives in order to limit congressional terms and privileges on the basis that Congressmen and women are citizen legislators, and such civil duty should not be made a career. This will help foster true representation of the American people, and limit the power of those who diminish it by having those in office who have a valid stand on the issues, and knowledge of the issues as well from everyday living, and are not coerced by political persuasions. This Bill provides that those elected to congress in the United States of America are subject to various restrictions. These restrictions apply to those in the House of Representatives and Senate alike. Under this Bill, members of Congress would be subject to the following restrictions:
· Term Limits mandate 12 year terms only, one of the possible options below:
A. Two six year Senate terms
B. Six two year House terms
C. One six year Senate term and three two year House terms
· Removal of Tenure/Pension Plans
· Congressmen and women will receive pay while serving their terms in office, but upon departure will not receive benefits
· All Congressmen and women will participate in Social Security:
Congressional Retirement funds will immediately be moved into current Social Security.
· Congressmen and women will be required to purchase their own retirement plan as the American public does.
· Congressmen and women will no longer be able to vote a pay raise for themselves. Congressional pay will rise by the lower of the Consumer Price Index (CPI) or 3% (Congressional Reform).
· Congress loses their current health care system and participates in the same health care system as the American people. The current Congressional Healthcare system offers choices of Fee for Service (FFS) plan, an FFS plan with a Preferred Provider Organization (PPO), a Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), and an HMO plan offering a Point of Service (POS) product, Consumer-Driven Health Plans (CDHP), Health Reimbursement Arrangement (HRA), Health Savings Accounts (HSA), or a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP). These plans offer many benefits that normal Americans do not receive such as care for those with pre-existing conditions, little paperwork, and “walk-in” care (Pieroway).
· All contracts made with past and present Congressmen and women are void one year after the passage of the bill.
· Congressmen and women are required to abide by all laws they themselves impose upon the American people.
For carrying out the terms of this bill, a sum of four hundred million dollars will need to be authorized as a one time installment, with decreases in cost likely over time. These costs will result from the task of having to hold congressional elections more frequently. The average cost of a congressional election is upwards of five million dollars (H. Bimbaum A08-09). This is just the average cost, and only accounts for one state. The cost of holding elections in all fifty states would likely amount this amount or more. Structural and telecommunications costs for presidential and congressional elections can cost anywhere from fifteen to thirty million dollars (PHI). It is estimated that as the elective process becomes more efficient, technological, and less reliant on tangible data counts, these processes will become cheaper. Dismantling the current Congressional Healthcare and Social Security systems could save eighty to one hundred million dollars over time (Pieroway). There will also be an increased cost due to the necessity to screen members elected to the House of Representatives and Senate, relay this information to the appropriate officials, and store such tangible data. The cost of performing these operations in a more frequent manner will require structural changes to compensate. There are ways to lessen the cost of the bill, mainly the cancellation of all contracts with past and present Congressmen and women. This Bill shall take effect no later than January 11, 2011. Cancellation of contracts with Congressmen and women will take place after this date, and will apply to those who were and are presently in office. Both House and Senatorial elections will be held in an alternative timeframe to Presidential elections, allowing for a future addendum that would amend the presidential term to a six year term (without the option of reelection).  There will be NO EXCEPTION allowing for the retrieval of a Congressman or woman that has departed the duties of a citizen legislator. Those who are currently in office at the time of passage of this bill will be subject to its terms and restrictions as of the above date.

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Post  Tulip on Tue Jun 22, 2010 5:11 pm

night-reaper wrote:I sick of these weak-minded pieces of crap bitching, moaning, crying and complaining about what Arizona is doing isn't right. I have been hearing more & more people around America want to boycott Arizona, because of their Illegal Immigration Law. These people want to boycott any service or product coming out of Arizona, including transportation to.
There are alot of people across this nation that believe what Arizona is doing is the right thing, and I'm one of those people. What did the Federal Government expect sitting on the side-lines with their thumb up their asses?

I say why not boycott American Companies who have their products made in Mexico?

I agree.

This is all crazy. We are letting illegal aliens get stuff for free here in the States.

Did you read about the illegal who got accepted to Yale or maybe it was Harvard.
It was in the news just last week. Think of all the US white kids who wanted so badly to go to an Ivy league school and they gave this kid who is not even a citizen of the US the acceptance. Makes me sick.

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