Dan Goodman's prediction and politics journal.

Sunday, June 20, 2004

Suppose there were term limits on governments. For example, after fifty years, the United States government would no longer be eligible to rule over the territory of the United States. If the timing was right, it could take over the area now ruled by the Canadian government; but while the current members of the government would be grandfathered in, future office-holders would have to have been citizens of Canada for the required amount of time. (Or, for the Presidency, would have to have been born there.) The Canadian government might take over the United States; or it might prefer to try its luck in Argentina or Japan.
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