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By Corinthian Scales, Section News
Simply amazing what sells with West side state voters. Whirlpool Trust Fund baby Fred Upon, Father of Squash the Conservative Movement in the '90s, has the insolence to float this air-biscuit out on the voter class.
"It was never my goal for Washington to decide what type of light bulbs Americans should use," Upton admits now. "The public response on this issue is a clear signal that markets - not governments - should be driving technological advancements. I will join my colleagues to vote yes on a bill to protect consumer choice and guard against federal overreach."
Never your goal? Hogwash, Fred! You and your gun grabbing, multimillionaire commie friend crafted the damn legislative bulb ban and Big Government Dubya signed it into Law. You all knew exactly what you were doing.
Upton CD-6 voters, embarrassed yet?
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By jenkuz, Section News
Congressman Fred Upton is the grandson of the co-founder of Whirlpool.
I find that interesting.
Thomas Edison has been credited with bringing light to a world of darkness, but he also has been credited with coming up with the FIRST MODEL OF A COMPLETE CENTRAL POWER STATION.
Power generation to the masses gave rise to many more inventions, like the electric clothes washer.
So, basically if not for Edison, Whirlpool may never have been founded, because at the time, Edison was competing with other scientists in both America and Europe.
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