Below, Mark Steyn notes the absurd crackdowns on children’s lemonade stands.
In just the last couple of years, our government has presumed to tell us what kind of light bulbs to use, how much water we may have in our toilets, where we may build our businesses, how strong our dishwashing detergent may be, what kind of medical treatments we may get, and that we must buy medical insurance, whether we want to or not.
The same government tells us that spending an additional $6 trillion is a spending cut. And if we object to such things, we are (according to the more enlightened within the government as well as their media acolytes) “terrorists.”
Proof positive that both Lewis Carroll and George Orwell lacked imagination.