Your point is that government mandated conservation has encouraged conservation. I agree. My point in all of this has been that the government should remove itself from arbitrarily regulating markets where it need not regulate. If this had been an article about government forcing more stringent electricity limitations on refrigerators, I would have made the same fundamental arguments.
You don’t know my point, my post was in response to post 16, water exists on the planet and will stay constant in that way, but that has nothing to do with water regionally, or nationally, or locally, or much of anything else, or in the design of mechanical devices that use water.
By the way I suppose everyone supports the government getting involved in the design of ballcocks, that is something related to toilets that I definitely wanted government to involve itself in and they did.
posted on 11/25/2008 1:31:21 PM PST
( When a conservative pundit mocks Wasilla, he's mocking conservatism as it's actually lived.)
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