On Sep 16, 8:40 am, " email@example.com"
It's in the voting part, remember voting! We vote the folks to do what
we want, if they don't do it then we vote in other folks. The rest is
limits on what they can do after the vote, like interstate (and
Furthermore:Stormin Mormon said:
That's only is effective if there is money to spend. This is why we
don't charge for voting, and why public education is so vital. (Yes I
know you think that's all screwed up too. Go find another group for
I loved hearing that Texas wanted to set up in-state light bulb
manufacturing. That was a good laugh.
[ ... ]
I'd like to restore back to Eisenhower, before Johnson started all the
great society crap from which virtually every entitlement program is
That, and have Johnson caught for fixing his first election, which would
derail his political career.
On Sun, 11 Sep 2011 11:35:29 -0700 (PDT), techman41973
Well, this is what happens when you rely on Wikipedia instead of the
source documentation. Wikipedia is sometimes correct, but can also be
incorrect, as there is no quality control.
The source documentation here is the Energy Independence and Security
Act of 2007, available as a PDF for no charge at
Incandescent lamps are not being banned. The Energy Independnce and
Security Act of 2007 imposes certain minimum performance requirements
for many lamp types, including commonly used incandescent lamps. You
will still be able to buy high efficieny versions that use halogen
incandescent technology. In spite of other comments in this thread,
halogen incandecent lamps are "real: incandescent lamps. They
generate light by heating a tungsten filament to a high temperature,
and produce a continuous spectrum, just like any other incandescent
lamp. They can be dimmed line any other incandescent lamp. The only
observable difference is that the color temperature is somewhat
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