Term limits essentially serve two purposes. First, they are set as statutory limitations to ensure that the same individual is not in the same public office for more than a specific number of years. List of the Cons for Congressional Term Limits 1.
presidents. The primary case against term limits is that, indeed, our elected officials in the House and Senate must face their constituents every two years or every six years and get their approval. Imposing term limits, opponents argue, would remove the power from voters in favor of an arbitrary law. Term Limits (Not A Mitch Rapp Book) What if America's leaders were held accountable for their broken promises -- and made to pay for their corruption? Vince Flynn brings to life a chilling scenario of Washington under siege -- in the provocative, edge-of-your-seat political thriller that stormed onto national bestseller lists. In the United States, term limits, also referred to as rotation in office, restrict the number of terms of office an officeholder may serve.