Published: Monday, Jan. 16 2012 12:00 a.m. MST
Or, in Mr. Bernard's case, why not enter the courtroom and turn America back to
a time when King George denied the people the rights guaranteed by the
Mike Richards | 7:38 a.m. Jan. 16, 2012 South Jordan, Utah Or, in
Mr. Bernard's case, why not enter the courtroom and turn America back to a time
when King George denied the people the rights guaranteed by the Constitution.
===================I thought that's what
ultra-far-right-wing-Conservatives were trying to do.
The left wing extremists cannot leave this issue alone. As subversive as DST is,
the left is not satisfied. The left is now proposing going even beyond DST.some of the leading left wing extremists are now promoting a system in
which we would have the same amount of daylight between 5:00 and 9:00 pmm each
day. To accomplish this, the clock would be adjusted each day be approximately
71 seconds forward or back, depending on the time of year.This
illogical system would completely disrupt the economy and the general social
structure. In addition, it would lead to greater crime, substance abuse, and
deviant sexuality. Clearly, that is the goal--to cloak nefarious activities in a
shroud of darkness.
Once I realized that Mr. Brian Bernard wrote this opinion, I knew that I am in
agreement with Daylight Savings. I have read the many opinions concerning this
issues, but I have never seen Mr. Bernard represent anything good or in the best
interest of people.
Left extremists? Deviant sexuality? Wow. I thought this was a discussion about
whether or not we should change the clocks twice a year.
Maybe I'm missing something, but I don't see the liberal/conservative
controversy in Mr. Bernard's comment. It seems to me that all he's doing is
mocking the belief that some have that if some is good, more is better. I've
seen people of all ideologies behave that way. The comments so far remind me of
constitutional judges who see points of law where others see none. In this case,
I don't get the criticism.
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