Thursday, September 21, 2006
First, It's Puppy Safety Seats, Then It's Mandatory Booster Seats for Beagles
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch tells another heartwarming story of someone with a personal preference who would probably not mind government enforcement of his preference. This time, it's car restraining systems for pets:
    Since then, Rodriquez has beome an advocate for having all dogs in cars secured in the back with safety restraints.
Ad absurdum used to be a logical fallacy. Now, it's standard operating procedure.

My dog is a hippie and refuses to wear a seat belt.

The next thing you'll know, it will be illegal to use a dog as your designated driver.

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