Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Change summed up in one paragraph

"These tickets are given for free to people. This is a major civic event of the time, and no one pays for their tickets, and we believe no one should be required to pay for their tickets," Feinstein said in an interview. (Italics mine.)
From this story about making scalping inauguration tickets a federal crime. Don't these people ever get tired of writing laws?

On another note, this story (yet again) points out the absurdity of outlawing ticket scalping. Fact of life: If there is a demand, people will supply it. Why, it oughta be a law...