Monday, January 25, 2010

Oh, Yah. Live in Wisconsin, Pay More.

The ninny-nannies also have boy's names.

State Rep. Gordon Hintz, D-Oshkosh, has co-authored legislation to require carbon monoxide detectors in all one-and-two-family homes and parallels requirements for smoke alarms for ease of installation.

Gov. Jim Doyle already signed into law last year requiring carbon monoxide alarms in all multi-family homes, hotels, bed and breakfast establishments or any public building used for sleeping or lodging.

Hintz said carbon monoxide is a real threat.

"We want to do everything possible to save lives," Hintz said. "Hopefully, a carbon monoxide detector will be just as common as having a smoke detector in your house."

Just like the Democrat-passed trial-lawyer-payoff which raised your auto insurance rates, and the green weenie that the Doylets intend to shove down your throat.

Wanna live in Wisconsin? Pay more.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

How the hell is this controversial? Only to a teabagger I guess.