If Women Can Have Abortions, Then Why Can't Rand Paul Buy a Decent Toilet?

Jim Newell ยท 03/10/11 03:25PM

Sen. Rand Paul had a powerful line of questioning today for Kathleen Hogan, the deputy assistant energy secretary for efficiency. In a hearing about renewing appliance efficiency standards โ€” hint: Rand Paul does not want any โ€” he meandered about regulations for light bulbs, washing machines, and most importantly toilets. Why is Rand Paul forced, assuming he is, to buy useless energy-efficient products, when women aren't forced to carry all of their pregnancies to term? This is what Rand Paul argued.