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    Tag: Fools

    No Anchovies Please

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Mon Dec 30, 2013 at 01:26:57 PM EST
    Tags: Newcandescent, Incandescent Bulbs, Banning The Light Bulb, Fred Upton, Jan 1, Bad Law, Fools, Elections Have Consequences (all tags)

    A new light at the end of the tunnel?

    New federal standards as a result of Fred Upton's foray into progressive design have resulted in the loss of American light bulb producing Jobs, and the end of the traditional incandescent bulb as we know it.  As seen with the reelection of Obama, as well as Upton, I guess Interference in the course of an individual's personal choices is just the way government operates, so we just sit back and reelect the smug jerks bent on schtupping us and laughing about it.

    Of course, American ingenuity is tested on a regular basis by those who every day face the effect of government 'Upton' types, and markets will find a way to offer similar goods.  Its usually smarter than the elected class and can find its way out of some insane bureaucratic mazes. In this case it is in the form of "rough service" MADE-IN-USA incandescent bulbs that we will sell on a test basis in our retail store in Traverse City.

    Warm light from a real incandescent bulb is the way to go.  And they taste better anyhow.

    Pass the Windex.

    (3 comments) Comments >>

    More taxes? Seriously?

    By jgillmanjr, Section News
    Posted on Wed Jul 13, 2011 at 08:38:23 AM EST
    Tags: Fools, Taxes, Morons, RINOs, ESAD (all tags)

    http://www.legislature.mi.gov/%28S%28045tht45bojvtk2oi1dexr55%29%29/mileg.aspx?page=getObject&ob jectname=2011-SB-0348


    Kahn doesn't know the costs? http://www.detnews.com/article/20110622/BIZ/106220321/1001/State-tax-on-health-claims-would-raise-ra tes

    You're the one who sponsored the bill, you a$$! Why in the hell would you submit a bill to which you wouldn't know the costs on consumers?

    Yeah, not a pretty post, but I think you get the idea...

    (1 comment) Comments >>

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