A 3rd term for Obama?


Didn’t get enough Lib crap watching CNN? Then check this puppy out.

Upon Obama’s taking office, Rep. Jose Serrano, D-N.Y., introduced legislation in the House to repeal the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution, which limits presidents to two consecutive terms or 10 years in office. Serrano’s justification for the bill is that, until 1951, nothing prevented a president from serving more than two terms.

Additionally, a grass-roots movement is under way to make Obama’s third term possible. A Web site, End22.com, is dedicated to abolishing the 22nd Amendment and is asking supporters for donations to make it happen.

Sorry it’s a bit late.

6 Responses to “A 3rd term for Obama?”

  1. The Wizard of WOZ Says:

    A bit late indeed. GWB could have stolen 4 or five elections instead of just a paltry two…

  2. bingbing Says:

    Medic! Stat!

    Shucks. WOZ has a severe case of Leftistitus! What’s that? Show me the report. Drats. Bush? Bilderberg? McCain and Obama in the pay of Big Beer?

    Seriously, though. You gotta name that tower of baconism.

    • The Wizard of WOZ Says:

      Hmm, I’m thinking something along the lines of “Hangover? What Hangover?” But that just doesnt seem to fit.

      Howzabout “The Cardiac Arrest”?

    • bingbing Says:

      The Laconic Baconic?

      Baconac Arrest?

  3. VodkaBlogger Says:

    No need to worry: the challenge to the 22nd amendment has been around for a couple of years now.

    There were a couple of resolutions kicking about back in 2003 that would – one presumes – either help Clinton back into the Oval Office or help GWB keep the seat. Serrano was also pushing this sort of thing before Obama was sworn in (see here) and it got nowhere then, too.

    Obama might be ‘The Messiah’ but even JC only got to preach for a couple of years…

  4. daddy dave Says:

    wow, these Obamanauts are really living in fantasy land. It seems that they simply can’t imagine Obama’s popularity coming down to earth. They think he’ll still be so popular in 8 years from now that he’d be returned for a third term, no problem, if only the constitution allowed it.
    Talk about “counting your chickens before they’re hatched.”
    They need to make sure he survives for one term first, before worrying about what happens at the end of his second. Not that I wish them well in that regard.


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