GOVERNMENT CORRUPTION

TERM LIMITS AND CORPORATIONS TREATED AS PEOPLE!


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    Jim Sensenbrenner has been serving since 1979 but somehow he is a millionaire, UMMMMM who is he TRULY SERVING? Absolute power corrupts absolutely. We need to stop the ignorance of thinking a CORP is a person! This has proven that WALL STREET can do what they want buying politicians, I am ANTI LOBBYIST also

    Ramon Hyron Garcia

    U.S. Representative,
    West Allis, Wisconsin

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    Corporations are not people my friend!

    Kurt Wilson

    U.S. Representative,
    23rd District, California

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    I believe that there should definitely be term limits for all congressional offices. Being elected to office is a duty and a responsibility where the elected official is beholden the citizens they are representing. I do not think that businesses should be treated as people. Businesses are made up of a group of people, those individuals are already treated as people.

    Tyler Scott Colford

    Senator,
    Jacksonville, Vermont

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    My plan is simple I plan to cut any corruption the local government is supposed to be for the people I plan to be very involved and to listen to your concerns no longer will you send an email or phone call that will be left unanswered I will always answer to the call of the people and only the people.

    Luis F Padilla

    CIty Council,
    Chesapeake, Virginia

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    Hemco A. Patharkar

    City Council-at-Large,
    Reidsville, North Carolina

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    The plaintiff was wrongfully terminated on November 15, 2013. This matter is within the statute of limitations because the plaintiff was a victim of discrimination which is within the four year statute of limitations and is applicable in this class action lawsuit alleging wrongful termination and a hostile work environment in violation of the Civil Rights Act of 1991. 28 U.S.C. Section 1658.

    Kimberley Paige Barnette

    Mayor,
    Charlotte, North Carolina

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