If only our legislators would REPEAL ONE LAW PER DAY!
Here are suggestions for repeal.

Why repeal?

“That government is best which governs least.” Thomas Paine

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Repeal the EPA - their aircraft to fly low over Fort Worth to monitor air for Super Bowl XLV

How much time and money can they waste?
EPA aircraft to fly low over Fort Worth this morning | Super Bowl XLV | Latest news and video...
Jan. 24, 2011 By Chance Welch

An aircraft used by the Environmental Protection Agency will fly at a low altitude above Fort Worth Monday morning.

The twin propeller aircraft will fly at a slow speed of about 115 miles per hour over particular areas of the city in a straight line at an altitude between 500 and 2,800 feet to conduct chemical and radiological surveys in the area for about 30 minutes to an hour at an unspecified time, according to the EPA public advisory.

The flyover comes as a response to a request from the State of Texas to assist in environmental monitoring activities during events associated with the upcoming Super Bowl, the release stated.

The data gathered from the surveys will be used by federal, state and local agencies for preparedness activities, the release stated.

The aircraft will be marked with the words "U.S. EPA" underneath its wings for identification, the release stated.

Read more: http://www.star-telegram.com/2011/01/24/2791707/epa-aircraft-to-fly-over-fort.html#ixzz1C3Ehy1fu

Sunday, January 23, 2011

‘Everything Begins with Repeal’

This about says it, as shared sentiments from the post below:
‘Everything Begins with Repeal’ | The Weekly Standard

Charles Krauthammer writes about "flimflammery," "phony numbers," and the "the biggest budget buster in the history of the welfare state." Here are a few excerpts:

Suppose someone — say, the president of the United States — proposed the following: We are drowning in debt. More than $14 trillion right now. I’ve got a great idea for deficit reduction. It will yield savings of $230 billion over the next 10 years: We increase spending by $540 billion while we increase taxes by $770 billion.

He’d be laughed out of town. And yet, this is precisely what the Democrats are claiming as a virtue of Obamacare....

Of course, the very numbers that yield this $230 billion 'deficit reduction' are phony to begin with. The CBO is required to accept every assumption, promise (of future spending cuts, for example), and chronological gimmick that Congress gives it....

To be sure, the effect on the deficit is not the only criterion by which to judge Obamacare. But the tossing around of such clearly misleading bumper-sticker numbers calls into question the trustworthiness of other happy claims about Obamacare. Such as the repeated promise that everyone who likes his current health insurance will be able to keep it. Sure, but only if your employer continues to offer it. In fact, millions of workers will find themselves adrift because their employers will have every incentive to dump them onto the public rolls.

It's worth adding that even the CBO says that Obamacare would increase the national debt. The CBO writes that, because of its effect on Medicare and the cost of its implementation, Obamacare would increase the national debt by $341 billion. That is an extreme low-ball figure, but it is also an admission, by the CBO, that Obamacare would actually put us further into the red.

Monday, January 17, 2011

Repeal the EPA with Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulb

Fractured Fusilli Lights Batman!

What to Do if a Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) Bulb or

Fluorescent Tube Light Bulb Breaks in Your Home

just be sure to read this before you attempt to throw the mess away - you may break the law!

Just take a look at what the EPA Weenies demand you do!

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Friday, January 14, 2011

One More Nail-stop wasting money on something most people will never use

The motto of this great site is:

Dedicated to the sunset of government planning

The Antiplanner :: One More Nail :: http://ti.org/antiplanner

The Washington Post editorialized against spending any more tax dollars on California’s high-speed rail project, saying “California should have to fill in its project’s economic and logistical blanks” before more federal or even state dollars are spent. While no one is surprised to see fiscally conservative papers such as theWashington Examiner come out against high-speed rail, the fact that the traditionally liberal Post is against it suggests that the end is near.

Naturally, rail advocates accuse the Post of being “unfair,” but they miss the Post‘s point, which is that the California High-Speed Rail Authority only has a tiny fraction of the money it needs, no private investors have offered to contribute (despite the Authority’s predictions that they would provide at least $6 billion in funding), and the Authority has been accused of mismanagement and optimism bias by, among others, the California State Auditor, a peer committee of transportation engineers, and experts at the University of California at Berkeley.

Recently, there were reports that many in China are questioning that nation’s high-speed rail program. In response, a Chinese-American analyst writing for The Atlantic argues that, “a network of high-speed rail can generate the kind of economic organization and development that the interstate highway system produced in the US.”

Sadly for rail buffs like the Antiplanner, he is wrong. Even in a country like China, where auto ownership is still rare, high-speed rail simply can’t produce the same benefits as the Interstate Highway System for several reasons.

1. High-speed trains carry no freight. By sharing the same facilities with both cars and trucks, interstate highways reduce the costs to both.

2. High-speed trains don’t go door to door. The advantages of door-to-door service provided by the automobile outweigh the speed advantage of high-speed trains, which is why autos are getting to be very popular in China.

3. High-speed trains are convenient for only a small group of people. Unless you live or work near a train station and your destination is also near a train station, other modes of travel will work better.

4. High-speed trains are very expensive. Fares on China’s high-speed trains areseveral times greater than on conventional trains, which further limits the market to a narrow elite.

Instead of building more high-speed rail, China should work to relieve the traffic congestion that is certain to increase as more people buy and drive automobiles. Of course, if China’s goal is to bankrupt America, one way to reach that goal would be to encourage us to build lots of high-speed trains, especially if we also buy Chinese technology for those trains.

also see- Urban Light Rail Fail

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Arrogant Democrat Thieves - Lawmakers Approve Illinois Tax Hike

Lawmakers Approve Illinois Tax Hike - DailyFinance
Lawmakers raised the state income tax to 5% from 3% in a bid to close the state's deficit, which could be as large as $15 billion,The New York Timessaid.
he debate on the bill carried late into the night, with the final vote tallied after 1 a.m. local time. Even among its supporters, the increase was unpopular.

Of course they could reduce spending.... NAW

State Representative Elaine Nekritz, a Democrat who voted in favor of the increase, said her decision was a choice "between and bad and worse."

Bad are the Democrat representatives, worse is more Democrats!

Lawmakers raised the corporate tax rate to 7% from its current rate of 4.8%. The state's spending growth will be limited from one year to the next over the next four years.

Republican lawmakers opposed the increases, saying the state should do more to slash spending.

Roger L. Eddy, a Republican representative, said lawmakers were "making up for our mistakes" on the back of taxpayers.

See full article from DailyFinance:http://srph.it/eSHmS7

Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Long Signals

We are forced to wait at interminably long traffic signals based on the dictates of dumb-ass bureaucrats who know nothing! These fools actually plan to make traffic more congested. Unfortunately, for once, their damn fool plans worked.

NYC's Mayor

Bloomberg, the self-serving control freak, has got to go!

Friday, January 7, 2011

HHS & EPA are at it again- Both need tp be repealed. US Says Too Much Fluoride in Water - ABC News

In the 1950's fluoride in the water was a Commie-Fascist Plot. It was recommended by dentists and doctors to it put in much of the municipal water supplies along with chlorine. One saves teeth, the other saves lives. My teeth predated the fluoride inclusion, alas, which lead to some possibly unneeded extractions.
Butt-out HHS & EPA. These agencies do little but, butt-in and make work for their own eunuchs by keeping their rice bowls full.

AP EXCLUSIVE: US Says Too Much Fluoride in Water - ABC News

Government plans lower fluoride limits; study shows kids have splotchy teeth.

ATLANTA January 7, 2011 By MIKE STOBBE AP Medical Writer

Fluoride in drinking water — credited with
dramatically cutting cavities and tooth decay — may
now be too much of a good thing. Getting too much
of it causes spots on some kids' teeth.

A reported increase in the spotting problem is one
reason the federal government will announce Friday it
plans to lower the recommended levels for fluoride in
water supplies — the first such change in nearly 50

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is
announcing a proposal to change the recommended
fluoride level to 0.7 milligrams per liter of water. And
the Environmental Protection Agency will review
whether the maximum cutoff of 4 milligrams per liter
is too high.

Monday, January 3, 2011

No Debt Ceiling Hike for Congress

Spend only what came in or spend nothing!

Hobson's choice

A Hobson's choice is a free choice in which only one option is offered. As a person may refuse to take that option, the choice is therefore between taking the option or not; "take it or leave it". The phrase is said to originate from Thomas Hobson (1544–1631), a livery stable owner at Cambridge, England. To rotate the use of his horses he offered customers the choice of either taking the horse in the stall nearest the door or taking none at all.

Power corrupts - no Trent Lotts and forget about the Democrats!!