sam allen Wrote:
Apr 27, 2012 10:52 AM
"They will save lives and preserve the health of farm children so they can grow up to be farmers," said Reid Maki, the CLC coordinator. "The department should implement them as soon as possible." What farm families asked you for your help establishing the preserving the lives of their kids? I bet none. This is nanny statism pure and simple. Someone else thinks they know better than me when my kids should be able to work for their grandpa or uncle and what tractors or loads I should let them drive. Frankly, I was going to ignore the rules anyway without any guilt, but I am glad they were stopped regardless. How much wrong is done in the name of doing something good? Someone completely removed from the situation want to make rules that...