>So it seemed fair to FINALLY make the gas can folks design a better can.
But, as usually, they did not make they design a better can. They made them design a worthless can that requires rework to even be useful, let alone safe. What I would like the government to do, is leave things alone. I like my old gas cans. I like my incandescent bulbs that can be used as a heater when I want one, and will work on a dimmer switch. Sure I also like some longer life bulbs that use less energy when that is what works better for the use I have for it. I love the new LED bulbs when they are appropriate and even the florescent ones when they are appropriate, but they are not always appropriate and *I* want to be the one to decide which is the correct thing for my application, not the federal government. Since the Bill of Rights in the 10th amendment to the U.S. Constitution says:
"The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."
I'd like to know where in the constitution the federal government was delegated power over the design of my gas can, or my light bulbs, or any of the myriad of things in my life they have taken over. I've read it many times and not only does it not mention gas cans or light bulbs (which had not been invented) it mentions nothing of the some sort of things that did exist at the time of the writing of the Bill of Rights.