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To: o_zarkman44
A repeal of the 17th Amendment would allow the recall of every member of Senate.

Not really. See my post #17 - post number is purely coincidental.

Made no campaign promises, owed nobody any favors ...

Nobody, except to those people or groups who appointed them... Back to smoke-filled rooms and cronyism?

People elect a Senator to a six-year term; maybe they should live with their [contract] decisions, and next time take elections more seriously.

20 posted on 01/18/2010 10:40:36 AM PST by CutePuppy (If you don't ask the right questions you may not get the right answers)
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To: CutePuppy

Do you really expect the federal government to believe the voters can make our own decisions? Or even live with them?

I trust my state legislators far and beyond any trust I have for Feral government.
In my state Capital building, I can walk into any open door of any legislator and have interaction with staff, or in many occasions, the actual Rep. And they do still listen. Why? Because change always starts with the people first. Not the government. And local politicians are much more visible and entirely accountable to their state citizen.
But travel to DC is impractical and costly. And just how much access do we the people actually have to our Feral Rogues?
Very little.

Prior to the 17th, the state legislature had to VOTE for the Senate appointee. Nobody was appointed without a vote so you are incorrect.


25 posted on 01/18/2010 12:03:50 PM PST by o_zarkman44 (Obama is the ultimate LIE!)
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