ricinus wrote: »
I also yearn for the days without regulations. You know: leaded gas, smog alerts, rivers on fire- all that good stuff.
George K wrote: »
Cars will cost less once our Great Leader and his assistants get rid of burdensome gubbmint interference with business. Manufacturers no longer will have to install unnecessary and costly stuff like lap and shoulder belts, air bags, anti-lock brakes, stability control and all that other bureaucratic nonsense that makes America ungreat.
Shawn C. wrote: »
At some point, I'm going to upgrade our kitchen appliances. I hope Joe's wishes come though so I can buy a fridge that is powered by a 12-cylinder CAT diesel. I'm going to bypass the exhaust system and "roll coal" with my fridge.
fishingcomic wrote: »
Yeah let's bring back Asbestos.
Buford wrote: »
No need, we now have fiberglass just as bad.
creekguy wrote: »
Boy, the companies that are burdened by these onerous safety rules must be hurting so bad, I imagine their profits are way down, as would be their stocks. Lets see, gee, not so bad, in fact many are at record highs. Humm