What is the pay off for the Dems passing the light bulb act?

so that GE can make monstrousus piles of cash off us? Really, are there liberal voters here that think it was about saving energy. Please tell me no one is that stupid. It's all about the benjamins folks. Dem or repub, money talks, BS walks. Time to smell the cow poop they are passing at us.

Asked By: - 7/22/2011
Best Answer - Chosen by Asker
Corporations and lobbyists run the government. It's a revolving door. But hey, gotta help out the "job creators".
Answered By: barnesec - 7/22/2011
Additional Answers (9)
Aren't you the one whining about us being dependent on Arab oil?
Answered By: Reality has a Liberal bias - 7/22/2011
So don't buy GE light bulbs. You may now explain your light bulb cartel conspiracy.
Answered By: Smells like New Screen Names - 7/22/2011
No payoff. Those of us who live in the real world know GE is not the only company that makes energy-efficient light bulbs.
Answered By: Lil' Texas t**d Wrangler - 7/22/2011
I tried those bulbs and they are no good .I went out and bought the old ones.I would think they would be dangerous because they have mercury in them .h*********u supposed to dispose of them .The ones i got are back on the shelf
Answered By: Judy - 7/22/2011
Democrats stink. They're for big govenment, selfishnes and perversion. They no longer ask what they can do for their country, but rather what their country can do for them.
Answered By: Joe Conrad - 7/22/2011
Actually this was a bipartisan bill signed into law by Bush in 2007. Get your facts straight Slick.
Answered By: Thumbs down make me stronger - 7/22/2011
Really, the light bulb thing is more of a knee-jerk, liberal thing than anything else.
Answered By: Khun_Thak - 7/22/2011
they're hoping republicants will come up with an original idea (&the bulb should have come on by now...)
Answered By: Elizabeth - 7/22/2011
The payoff is: 1) more freedom of choice for individuals (there are more different kinds of bulbs on the market today than in the past) 2) individuals save on energy bill (sorry if you don't like the truth) 3) the country saves energy
Answered By: Michael N - 7/22/2011
Sponsored results
Over 483 Local Jobs Now Hiring In Your Area. $18-$87/Hr - Apply Today!
Click. Search. Apply. Free!
Jobs hiring near your local area. Part-time, Full-time, Work at home.
Sobre 287 Trabajos en tu area. $15-87/hora - Aplica Ahora.

Other Career Questions

What is your current job? Why did you choose this job? What do you enjoy about your job? What do you dislike about your job? What would be your perfect job? Would you rather have this j...
3 answers - Asked By: drop pants not bombs!.♥ - 3/2/2010
Where are the jobs? Is productivity and globalization creating a permanent “recession” of jobs? My main issue is I am doing a paper for school and have no idea where to begin. I was hoping suggestions...
4 answers - Asked By: bayebd24【ツ】 - 11/21/2007
Hi ok im 19 and about to start college to do an acess course into a university. Ive been browsing through all the courses and im tottaly stuck! I thought politics but im scared ill end up with some r...
1 answers - Asked By: roseparkerly - 1/26/2009

Content is not owned or controlled by Monster. Any content concerns should be addressed with Yahoo!
Yahoo! Does not evaluate or guarantee the accuracy of any Yahoo! Answers content. Yahoo! Disclaimer.

Popular Articles

Best-Paying Work-from-Home Jobs Article Rating
It’s easier than ever to work from home. Of course, not every job is a mobile job, and some companies aren’t interested in having their employees work from home.
2013 Marketing Jobs Outlook Article Rating
The US may be facing another year of anemic hiring overall, but that won't be the case in the high-orbit world of multichannel, digital media marketing.
For Employers: Post Jobs | Search Resumes | Advertise
About Monster | Work for Monster | Advertise with Us | AdChoices | Partner with Us | Investor Relations | Social Media
Terms of Use | Privacy Center | Accessibility Center | Help | Security | Contact Us | Sitemap | Mobile
©2014 Monster - All Rights Reserved U.S. Patents No. 5,832,497; 7,599,930 B1; 7,827,125 and 7,836,060 MWW - Looking for Monster Cable? - V: 2014.1.40.24-305