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March 09, 2010


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Could the spelling of the word 'failure' in the title be fixed? Thanks :).

William Milliken said a couple of years ago that he couldn't think of a single job where inexperience is considered the prime qualification.

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Lessenberry argues that term limited representatives don't have the experience needed to be effective- yet I'll bet that didn't stop him from voting for first time President Obama and first-time Governor Granholm. And I don't see him arguing for the elimination of the presidential term limit. The truth of the matter is that expertise rests in the staffs, and not the elected officials. The British understand this, and have separated governing into elected officials, who only make policy, and a professional civil service who carry it out.

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