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Thursday, January 5, 2012

New Illinois Law requires photo ID and signature to buy drain cleaner



No, I am not kidding.  The law went into effect January 1st.   This is a PRIME example of government gone insane.

Illinois has over 11-million people.  TWO–people in Chicago were attacked with drain cleaner and grievously injured, so our WORLD FAMOUS Illinois Lawmakers decided to protect the other millions of Illinois citizens and go the gun-control route with Drano, Liquid Plumber, and other such household products.  This is a perfect example of lawmakers living by the creed, “we have to do SOMETHING even if it is WRONG!”

Please save us from Illinois lawmakers; QUIT VOTING FOR THESE INCUMBENT IDIOTS, beginning with State Rep. Jack Franks (D-Woodstock).  “Do it for the children!”


2 comments:

Glenn B said...

I thought NY was friggin weird with its laws but Illinois seems to win first prize.

Arthur B. Burnett said...

Greetings from Texas,
I will be the first to agree this comes across as stupid, especially it the two folks attacked were the prime reason.

Having said that, based on my 'misspent youth' I can tell you there are considerably worse things one can do with drain cleaner than throw it on someone.

It's like the alergy pills you have to fill out a form to buy because they can be used to make meth.

Knowledge in the wrong heads can be a terrible thing.