Nanny State: The Peoples Republic of New Jersey requires sprinkler systems in new homes

23 April 2009

The Peoples Republic of New Jersey requires sprinkler systems in new homes

One of these days, New Jersey will break off the continent and fall into the Atlantic Ocean because of the weight of all its rules and regulations. The stacks and stacks of nanny state laws will be too heavy and the state will just dissolve into the waters of the Atlantic and the Delaware River will become the eastern seaboard.

Starting in 2012, all new homes will be required to have a sprinkler system in every room. That's right, a sprinkler system, and we're not talking about a $10 smoke alarm. A $250,000 home's sprinkler system will cost approximately $10,000. I know, it's kinda hard to find a $250,000 home in New Jersey, but by 2012 it will be a lot easier.

The bullshit the sheeple of New Jersey put up with is unbelievable.

I'm going to call Governor Perry of Texas to see if he would come up and give a few speeches in New Jersey.

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1 comment:

Saratica said...

How about moving to Texas? Crime here has taken a bit of a jump... I'm all confused about where to live now!!!! I dream (quietly where Hal can't hear me) of living on a farm in KY (Rand Paul) or TX (Ron Paul) or even NH (that whole free state thing) close to like-minded friends, farming, going to school, being a freedom fighter. I think I'm going to blog about this...