Yoko Ono has issues, deep issues, she broke up the Beatles, and now, she is bringing her complete lack of talent to fashion.
I have a passion for bad fashion
The Lonely Conservative is amazed that anyone would design crap like this. I am amazed that anyone would buy such garbage. I mean these outfits make sweater vests look manly. Of course, I imagine Andrew Sullivan might think these pants are cool
Oh my gosh, this is horrible. Look at these clothes Yoko Ono has designed for men.
Those pants cost $335.00 and that thing on the right is called a “bell board,” whatever that is.
Just wait til you see where the
CommGreenunists plan on putting the new $50 light bulbs! Just try to relax now
…so-called “green” light bulbs cost $50 each… And they’re government subsidized!
The Washington Post reported:
The U.S. government last year announced a $10 million award…for any manufacturer that could create a “green” but affordable light bulb.
Energy Secretary Steven Chu said the prize would spur industry to offer the costly bulbs…at prices “affordable for American families.”…
Now the winning bulb is on the market.
The price is $50.
Well, I think that the sale of Obamaline is going to go up!
Use Liberally to ease the pain of Obamanomics!
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My home state of Texas has to pass a law protecting our right to buy the light bulbs we choose
Texans have revived their independent streak and passed HR 2510. The bill returns commonsense to the world of light bulbs, despite establishment opposition.
The bill allows incandescent light bulbs made in Texas to be sold within the state, working around President George W. Bush’s 2007 Energy Independence and Security Act. The 2007 act would prevent the manufacture and sale of traditional 100 watt incandescent bulbs because they do not meet the new efficiency standards. HB 2510 reestablishes Texans’ rights to manufacture traditional light bulbs and sell them within the state of Texas. The bill stipulates that the light bulbs must have “Made in Texas” clearly stamped onto them, and requires the Lone Star State’s Attorney General to defend a Texan if he is prosecuted by the federal government for a supposed infraction of the Intestate Commerce Clause.
Texas, by passing HB 2510, is upholding its citizens’ Constitutional rights. The federal government lacks the authority to apply the Energy Security and Independence bill’s efficiency regulations to light bulbs made and sold exclusively in Texas, as they do not cross state lines and therefore cannot be regulated through the interstate commerce clause. The Constitution has not given the federal government the right to regulate light bulbs made and sold within Texas, so according to the 10th Amendment, it cannot legally do so. The 9th Amendment further strengthens the bill because although the right to make and sell light bulbs in Texas is not specifically in the Constitution, the United States government does not have the right to prevent it.
What would our Founders say? What would their reaction to this be? I would imagine they would be aghast that we have fallen so far from our principles as a nation. We are losing our liberties left and right