The editorial "Term Limits and States," May 24: Those of us who support congressional term limits are naturally disappointed by the recent Supreme Court ruling. One often hears the contention that people have a right to vote for someone as many times as they wish. At the congressional level, this argument doesn't wash. Federal legislators promote agendas and make decisions that affect the lives of all Americans. Yet, in every case, the people of 49 states can't vote them out. This alone is argument enough for federal term limits.
Jim Hastings Boston
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