Repeal the 22nd Amendment? You are jesting, right?
The 22nd Amendment is one of our few protections in a country where anybody can become President, given the tendency of the American public to select Presidents the way they do dishwashers and brands of instant coffee--by preferring what looks best on television.
This time we were lucky, it was only Ronald Reagan.
I cannot think of a single President, including Franklin D. Roosevelt, whose third term would have been of overwhelming benefit to the nation.
Wasting a second half-term thinking exclusively of ways to be selected for a third one is not the most effective way of running a country.