Petition for the US Congress to create a mechanism to "recall" a sitting US President.
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Currently sitting in House and Senate committees is a petition submitted by former legislative aide Gregory D. Watson of Austin, Texas calling for an amendment establishing a procedure by which voters can remove a president “by means of a nationwide recall election.” At this time there is no way for voters to orchestrate a political recall of the president even if the public approval or confidence in a president is grossly negative or who's action is in direct conflict with the desires of the American people. In fact, there are no political recall mechanisms available to voters at the federal level at all. At the very least a question should be be placed on the general election ballot asking "if enough Americans become dissatisfied with their president, should a recall election be held"? If a majority of voters decide that there should be a provision to recall a sitting president who has fallen out of favor with the citizenry then Congress should act to provide such provisions.
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