Friday, December 10, 2010

Why the Food Safety Act is a bad idea

Charlie Earl at littlestuff-minoosha warns us how bureaucracies run amok in efforts to expand their mission. He uses the "camel's nose in the tent" analogy to suggest that the real purpose of the act is to destroy American agriculture.

He makes a good case. His writing style is such that if I try to quote it, it is sure to be out of context; but once you read it for yourself, you will gain a new appreciation for the reasons this act (and "Net neutrality" and a host of other bad ideas) must be resisted!

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