Kia Franklin

Well said.

Here's a great letter to the editor in the conservative newspaper, the Washington Times. Responding to this article about the Wyeth case and preemption generally, the author argues that federal regulatory agency preemption "emasculates states' rights and substitutes the judgment of Washington bureaucrats and special-interest groups over that of elected officials as to what is reasonable and unreasonable." The use of the term "emasculate" aside (I don't know why but I just don't like it), the author, a self-described conservative trial attorney, warns that "Americans should be wary of giving unelected, revolving-door federal bureaucrats the power over their lives and their health without accountability." Hmm... well said.

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Posted at 8:19 AM, Nov 10, 2008 in In the News
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