Well, actually, that's not true. First they came for your shower-heads and maximum-flush toilets, then your washer and dryer, then your dish washing detergent, then your light bulbs, and then your cell phone.
Frank Fleming points out, at least they still let you drive. For now. Where is it going to end?
We’d like to think of the future as having even more freedom — flying cars and personal rocket ships to take us to space — but the future is more likely going to have us standing around waiting for someone else to drive us where we want to go . . . probably with government-mandated mittens pinned to our jackets.
We’ll be a much safer people, at least until another country decides to steal our lunch money.
Oh, you betcha....