“[Sidenote: Commons do not state the limits of submission.] [Sidenote: To secure the laws, the only aim of the Revolution.] "In clearing up and vindicating the justice of the Revolution, which was the second thing proposed, it is far from the intent of the Commons to state the _limits and bounds_ of the subject's submission to the sovereign.”
“Then, when he didn't like the term limits that the people of New York had decreed for their mayor -- well, he "privatized" that, too.”
“In fact, one of the supposed reasons he overturned the term limits law, twice affirmed by city voters, was that he alone had the financial know-how to manage the city through tough economic times.”
“After all, Bloomberg's sheer chutzpah saw him change a term limits rule just so he could serve three times in office.”
“Now, riding on a populist platform and World Bank praise for his economic strategies, he looks set for a third term after the Sandinista majority on the Supreme Court overruled the term limits set by the Nicaraguan constitution.”
“Don't be surprised if Quinn pulls out a heartfelt apology for her "error in judgment" re: the term limits fiasco.”
“By way of selling out on the term limits issue in exchange for... what?”
“Well me neither, but get off the term limits crap and talk sense.”
“He seeks a third term - his second consecutive one - after the Sandinista majority on the Supreme Court overruled the term limits set by the Nicaraguan constitution.”
“The declaration "I am not going away" that Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N. Y.) delivered on the House floor yesterday in response to his ethics issue has dampened the spirits of our Democratic Readers Who Comment, pleased those of the Republican persuasion and given the term limits crowd another strong talking point.”
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