cmsense - Kaysville, UTI hate to burst your bubble but... I am in
South Orange County and bought a dozen jumbo eggs yesterday for $2.29. I am
sure you can find eggs in the 5 to 6 dollar range but they would be chocolate
and filled with bourbon.
Who wouldn't want to give chickens so much room. California should simply
require egg manufactures to properly label their eggs as free range, or organic,
or laid by chickens given plenty of elbow room etc. Then let consumers decide.
Why be a nanny state?
Turns out I prefer full organic, free range eggs. One of my little luxuries in
life. But that isn't the question.The question is whether Cali
is and should be subject to the InterState Commmerce clause of the United States
constitution.Ask yourself if Utah should be able to ban the sale of
products that were produced in a closed shop rather than under right to work
laws.The fact that I dislike labor unions while love unions
isn't relevant. What is important is the constitution questions of how
much any State should be able to dictate labor or other practices in different
States by presuming to close off markets.Free range chickens and
right to work laws both trigger the same question and should result in the same
answer.States rights have limits even for those of us who
consistently and honestly support that principle, rather than pulling it out
only when convenient.Utah cannot properly force right to work laws
on other States and Cali cannot properly force free range chicken laws on its
California pays $5 to $6 per dozen for eggs. I much prefer Utah's $1 to $2
Â€œIf you have men who will exclude any of God's creatures
from the shelter of compassion and pity, you will have men who will deal
likewise with their fellow men.Â€ Yeah, well, history
shows that the GOP and religious leaders tend to ignore scripture and
compassionate advice when it come to making a profit.