Wednesday, August 28, 2019

How Did the Republic Survive Without the Federal Government Instructing Us How to Set Our Thermostats?

The story is here.

I have two comments: As Ronald Reagan said, "A government bureau is the closet thing we will see to eternal life on this earth." So, if there is a government panel set up to make energy saving suggestions, it will continue offering them (even if all of the good ones have previously been suggested), no matter how inane. The fact that almost no one can sleep with an 82° bedroom temperature is irrelevant. They've done their -- paid by our tax dollars -- appointed job even if it is useless.

Second, if we let the people in government who believe it is their job to micromanage our lives to have even more power, things will morph from merely annoying to actually becoming dangerous.

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