I care! The ban is foolish! I want my incandescent bulbs!
I like the ban! Bring on new lighting technology!
I dont care either way!
I like incandescent bulbs and fluorescent ones. But dont make a law about them!
OTHER / I dont know / Chimichanga
The vote in the House to repeal this sewage was not enough to pass, but it was a majority and a fairly sizable one. Hopefully, the GOP will gain the needed votes to carry the day the next time the vote comes up and hopefully, it will not be too late. The tyrants have probably already done the damage and it probably cannot be saved. That's a shame.
Now, stop being a hypocrite and sell your car and buy that bicycle. Show us that you really mean what you say. I doubt that you really mean it. You just say it to make yourselves feel important and better than the rest of us. You fail at both.
Furthermore, your utter refusal to address the more civilized points in this thread indicates that you have little, if anything, to counter them.
But people are unable to make the same decisions concerning light bulbs?Basically.
As you should.You can still buy paper books.
Making energy more efficient, cleaner, and more cost-effective needs to be done at all levels of the chain. We need more efficient harvesting of resources, more efficient power stations that convert those resources into electricity, a smarter grid that sends that electrical energy to our homes/offices/factories, and more efficient appliances to use that energy. More efficient light bulbs addresses that last point.
It's interesting to note, BTW, that Americans have little problem with more efficient bulbs. Hell, some CFLs have a cool enough color temperature that you can hardly distinguish them from incandescent light.
There are those elitists, though, who think that we, the people, are too dumb to know what's best for us.