I would need more information to make a determination. Further, ONE issue does not define whether someone does a good job or not. Should you get fired because you were late for work, once?Are bridges to nowhere funded by out-of-state taxpayers a "good job"? Or are they "damage"?
You are making an argument against something I never made. I never said that public officials should be in office for life. Let the people decide when they leave or not.The problem with Congressmen/Senators for life is that their continuance in office necessitates overriding loyalty to a cadre of special interests that to fund re-election, rather than representing the interests of an entire constituency or the whole of the state and/or nation.
Now, I do not disagree with you on the issue of special interest groups, but I see that as something to be managed from within the system; not to make the system based on the fear of it.
Or it would reduce continuity and create a never-ending cycle of new folks managing things. There is a ying and a yang to this.Term limits and greater congressional turn-over would break the power of K street and PACs across the board.