Seen here. I heard about it on one of the morning talk shows. Sorry I don’t remember which. Beck, Limbaugh or Medved – take your pick.
I said it when I heard Congress was legislating the rules of baseball years ago– this is final proof that we’ve gone far off the deep end of pathological insanity. If the founders of this nation had heard Congress was involved in determining whether the tomato was a vegetable and no one had stepped in to haul them off and lock them in an asylum, they’d have shot somebody. Maybe themselves, for they’d have realized that all their learning, inspiration, vision, struggle, suffering, perseverance, profound loss and eventual victory had been in vain.
Every last bit of it pissed out a window by vacuous, nasty little fools who to this day still think we look up to them and celebrate them. It always comes as a shock to the tyrant when he finally gets his due at the hands of the people, as did Mussolini and his wife. “Why, they don’t love me? Surely this is some mistake. I am the Father of The People. I don’t understand. No wait…”
ETA; Congress getting involved in the likes of baseball and vegetables is the very definition of totalitarianism— the doctrine that says nothing is outside the realm of politics, that everything is government’s business. I used to pose the question to leftists; “What, if anything, do you believe is absolutely, positively, none of government’s business whatsoever?” It’s a rhetorical question of course. We know the answer, as evidenced above. Now that it is settled– that we live in an ideologically totalitarian state, I pose another question. What is the way out of this?