Monday, July 27, 2009


Somebody is reading the cap-and-trade bill so that you (and those who voted for it) don't have to.

Here's a choice sample of what your ever-vigilant government wants to enforce, because you, Mr. and Mrs. America, are too stupid to know what's good for you: "Mandates that light fixtures, intended to display art, have no more than three sockets and base the light-bulb wattage on the number of sockets. (H.R. 2454, Sec. 211, p. 421.)"


Anonymous said...

If I ever acquire art worthy of being lit, I'll have turned into a Democrat and will rely on you to shoot me.


Minicapt said...

Because if it had four sockets it would be commercial. And commercial is not art. Thus the regulation protects art from being commercialized.


Paco said...

Ooooo! Well played, Captain!