Monday, February 27, 2012

The Twenty-Second Amendment: The Current President can only be in Office for Two Terms


February 27, 1951

On this day in 1951, the United States ratified the Twenty-Second Amendment, which limits the president to two terms in office. The amendment was passed in response to Franklin Roosevelt, who broke the tradition of serving only two terms that was set by George Washington.

Let's pray and hope that this President [pictured above] will only have ONE term in Office. Please vote for a new leader for America!!!