In response to:

The Regulations are Coming, the Regulations are Coming

Harry332 Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 4:21 PM
You're right, Milt. Chris Mathews has been raving about how wonderful the CFL bulbs are, and I've been posting on blogs about the other side of the picture. Here are my observations: 1. Many CFLs don't work when you first install them. To be sure they were bad, I tried them in more than one socket. Fortunately, Walmart took the bad ones back without a problem. 2. Many CFLs quickly fail. In my household, four of the initial ten CFL bulbs we installed failed within two weeks of being installed. They don't last as long as they're supposed to. 3. If you drop a CFL and it breaks, your house becomes worthless immediately. Unless you lie about what happened.
Jay Wye Wrote: Nov 11, 2012 6:33 PM
some CFLs cannot be operated in base-up positions,due to airflow-heat problems.

Part of the hope the Romney campaign offered was a comprehension of the role energy plays in the American economy—especially energy that is abundant, affordable, and available. He made “energy” the number one point of his five-point plan. During his now-unsuccessful bid for the White House, he met with industry leaders from a variety of sectors to determine what would unleash job growth and economic development.

Those meetings, and America’s current predicament, brought about a transformation in his thinking and resulted in specific agendas designed to roll back the Obama Administration’s onerous...