The Constitution does NOT limit the number of terms the president or any other elected official can serve; it requires only that the person be legally voted into office. Congress changed the law to limit tan individual to holding no more than two terms as President of the United States. Essentially, they wanted to block another person from getting voted to into office as frequently as President F.D. Roosevelt, whom the U.S. citizens legally voted into office four (4) times. The original concept Congress used to justify their new law was that one person serving in the same position of authority for so many years was a threat to the nation. That concept can apply to any elected office, not just the president, and since they enacted the term limit law, several Congressional members have had more power or influence than various presidents. Let's restore the Constitution's intention. (Otherwise, let's put term limits on Congressional office, too.)
- Repeal the law limiting Presidents to two terms.
Return to the unlimited terms per the Constitution.
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