Congressional Term Limits

What is your position on term limits?

A large reason why our government has the complicated problems that it now faces is because too many of our Congressional members have made the office a career; versus opening their seats up for new and possibly better ideas. Term limitations should be immediately put in place. As an example, members of the House of Representatives should be permitted to serve no longer than three consecutive terms in office, while members of the United States Senate should be permitted to serve no more than two consecutive terms in office. The current restriction on the President should remain in place. This opens the door for fresh ideas and avoids the current problem of entrenched career politicians.