The morons-that-be our Congresscritters have decided that some television commercials are too loud. Congresstwit Anna Eschoo (French for "the house is collapsing around my head, but I'm getting new carpeting"), D-CA (what else would one expect?) had drafted a bill to ensure that television commercials are not noticeably louder than the accompanying programs.
Joining Congresstwit Eschoo is Senaturd Tim Johnson D-SD (again, what else would one expect?) He claims that this problem has been nagging South Dakotans for years. The three of them have apparently been been driving him nuts with the issue.
Let's see, the country is on the verge of bankruptcy, we are at war on multiple fronts with Islamists, and the Democrappers are trying to turn what is left of the country into a Commie paradise. Why in the hell do we need to worry about the volume of commercials? The only benefit of this would be if politicians speeches and all MSM news were to be considered commercials and were required to be muted.
If this is truly a problem, let the free market (what is now left of it) deal with the problem. Oh, wait! Years ago Magnavox introduced Smart Sound to do just that! Has anyone even seen a Magnavox brand television lately? Case closed.
Anna Eschoo and Tim Johnson should be tarred and feathered. Or better yet, be the first enrollees in Obamacare.