My God, they can not make enough money in the time they are there?
Just how much time do they need to Rape, Pillage and Plunder the citizens of the state?
Regardless of party, because once they are elected there is but one party, the party of "let me turn my head while you put money in my pocket".
Apparently they think they may be successful this time because they are now including
City and county electees also????????
Remember now, these lower level bureaucrats are the ones that have been enacting red light camera laws all around the state in violation of state law. These are the jerk offs who place unconstitutional language in these local ordinances wanting to seize your personal property should you fail to pay for a ticket the state says you are not suppose to get in the first place (of course that will change this year if the state "rulers" succumb to the same "possible" green backs the "local RULERS" have been bending over for) ?
Almost 1.5m people work in the federal bodies of the executive branch of power. This means there is one official per 100 Russians. This is an absolute record for Russia.
The rate at which the Federal Service for Veterinary and Plant Control has been expanding is simply fantastic - the number of its employees increased by 17,000 per cent over the year, from 116 people to 20,000. Source: Centre TV, Moscow, in Russian 0745 gmt 12 Apr 06
November 18, 2009
Bennett will try again for longer term limits
Sen. Mike Bennett will try again this legislative session to get a bill through that allows lawmakers to serve longer -- but this time he wants to target local elected officials, too.
SB 598 would allow state senators to serve two 6-year terms, and House reps to serve 3 four-year terms. City and county electees also would get up to 12 years in office.
He thinks it has a better shot at passing this year since he is addressing all elected officials, not just the Legislature.
"And I think it'll cut down on the campaigning and fundraising," said Bennett, who is termed out in 2012. "Maybe people will actually stay and do their jobs instead of running home and everywhere for money as soon as they're elected."
Posted by Shannon Colavecchio at 06:50:25 PM on November 18, 2009
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"And I think it'll cut down on the campaigning and fundraising," said Bennett, who is termed out in 2012. "Maybe people will actually stay and do their jobs instead of running home and everywhere for money as soon as they're elected."I welcome all who are reading the above statement by Senator Bennett to join me in a group puke.
The scary thing is however, I suspect there are a large number of Floridians that either,
A. Could care less, or
B. Believe him.Add to Technorati Favorites