but I am against amendments to do it, its a slipery slope and I don't think we should do our budget by amendments.
What if something really came up and we needed that money? or what if we decided to help keep some people in their owns? I hate the flexibility we give up when we do it by amendments and I am from here on out against amending our constitution for this kind of stuff.
if we can't get our legislature to pass it we have to vote new ones in not amend the constitution
Q: Bob Novak, is 51 percent of the vote really a mandate?
NOVAK: Of course it is. It's a 3.5 million vote margin. But the people who are saying that it isn't a mandate are the same people who were predicting that John Kerry would win. ... So the people who say there's not a mandate want the president, now that he's won, to say, Oh, we're going to accept the liberalism that the -- that the voters rejected. But Mark, this is a conservative country, and it showed it on last Tuesday. [11/06/04]
Yeah, we got a Mandate, anyone who disagrees, tough take it up with voters in 2010.
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