Seattle: Nanny state in crisis

Keep an eye on Seattle. They are trying hard to be the next Detroit!

The growing nanny-state almost reached critical mass in Seattle, as the city planned to fine those who don’t “properly sort” their garbage, adding food as a category in their refuse.

I read one report of the original plan:

In an attempt to shame residents of their city, a new Seattle law will levy a fine on homes that do not properly sort food out of their garbage.

Emblazoned with a red citation tag, violators will start to be fined anywhere from $1-$50 in July. For now, Seattle residents will be publicly shamed by the ‘Scarlet Letter’-like tags.

What are the residents supposed to do with their scraps? Compost, of course!

I believe the city backed down on this, but you can bet it’s only temporary. After all, Seattle has one of the most infected populations of Liberals.

Who knows what else these morons have planned. Pretty soon cities will require people to keep their excrement, so they can recycle it in some lame-brained Liberal algae pond.

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What’s interesting about the recycle programs of cities is, most cities CHARGE the residents to recycle, then keep the money for themselves. Can you say, “Slavery?!”


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