Thursday, January 19, 2006

Too Many Rules

ACIDMAN, over at Gut Rumbles posts on the proliferation of laws and the numbness (to the point of disregarding said laws) that results in EXCEPTIONS TO THE RULE. He’s right on the button with this post. I especially like his final two sentences:
That's what happens when you play a game with too many rules. Everybody cheats.
And as he says, often it’s because no one can remember all the freakin’ rules.

Instead of having a fixed number of congressmen we should have a fixed number of laws. You want a new one passed? Get rid of an old one first.

1 comment:

GUYK said...

Yep. I especially like the idea of no new laws.