principle: prin·ci·ple /ˈprinsəpəl / noun 1. a fundamental truth or proposition that serves as the foundation for a system of belief or behavior or for a chain of reasoning.
This week Nancy Pelosi showed she would do almost anything to get back on top. Including . . . the right thing. Shocking! Click on over to Townhall. Come back here for more information.
- Nancy Pelosi agrees to House Speaker Term limits (SF Chronicle)
- Term Limits Group Reminds Nethercutt (Spokesman)
- Dennis Hastert (Wikipedia)
- Term Limits Talks Roil House Democrats (Roll Call)
- Republicans Seek Sweeping Changes in House’s Rules (New York Times, 1994)
- Term-limit hypocrites (Washington Post, 1995)
- A Victory for Congressional Reform (Heritage Foundation, 1995)
- House Turns Back Measures to Limit Congress (New York Times, 1995)
- Senators Move to Repeal Committee Term Limits (Cato Institute, 2002)
- House GOP lifts term limits on speaker’s job (CNN, 2003)
- US Term Limits Applauds Democrats (US Term Limits, 2007)
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