Skip to comments.A Tiny Ray Of Common Sense Shines In Washington
Posted on 07/12/2013 3:47:16 AM PDT by IBD editorial writer
Regulation: We don´t often find ourselves agreeing with what most lawmakers say, but this week was an exception when a congressman explained why he wanted to prevent a federal ban on traditional light bulbs.
"If the new energy-efficient light bulbs save money, and if they´re better for the environment, we should trust our constituents to make the choice on their own to move toward these bulbs," Rep. Michael Burgess, R-Texas, said. "Let the market decide."
Imagine that! Trust consumers. Let the market decide. A common-sense idea that expresses basic economic principles. But such simple wisdom...
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Yes, that should be the norm.
The public is still suffering with the water-saving toilets which require three flushes to clear.
The corrupt alQaeda-supporting US Congress hates
Americans and does not trust THEM (their Electors)
as compared to criminals.
Also, the corrupt Congress looks FIRST to if THEY
can may a buck, get a brothel, or kickbacks
from their “Law/Regulations” which NEVER apply to THEM.
They are corrupted TO THE CORE.
“Republicans suspended the rule shortly after taking over Congress in 2011, and they’ve kept at it since by denying the Department of Energy funds needed to implement the standard.”
What can’t they defund Obamacare?
You wouldn't have this problem if you'd simply use the Michele Obama diet regiment. (She doesn't follow the diet, she just foisted it upon school kids).
Re: “Republicans suspended the rule shortly after taking over Congress in 2011, and they’ve kept at it since by denying the Department of Energy funds needed to implement the standard.”
That’s funny. It actually isn’t my problem. It is the problem big and tall men have with the tiny tanked toilets.
The new light bulbs are HAZARDOUS to your HEALTH!!! If you Break one, you HAVE to CALL HAZMAT!!!! OMG! The STUPIDITY.
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