And yet you debunked nothing he said, just diverted attention away from it?
Wasn't trying. He was wrong on his CFL cost analysis, wrong on his China issue of manufacturer [suggesting that CFL would cost American jobs].
His three minutes on the information on how to deal with a broken CFL bulb was just silliness. Same rules we have for neon bulbs or florescent tube lamps that have been used for decades.
So besides the obfuscation on where bulbs were made [same at tungsten bulbs] and the silliness of safety [same or similar to florescent bulbs or neon bulbs that we have EVERYWHERE], he also decided to try the ol' Constitution angle.
Well, the Constitution doesn't mention the FAA either but we wrote laws dealling with it [WHY didn't Jefferson and Franklin think about all those jets needing regulating???]. The Constitution didn't say a word about satellites but damned if the Communications Act of 1996 doesn't have an entire section on it. Oh, and the Comm Act of 1934 mentions that radio thingie which Jefferson and Adams and those guys just plain forgot. Bastards.
So, besides the safety issue, the expense issue [cost 5 times more and last 7 times longer] and the manufacturer issue and the Constitution issue, our boy Coy was pretty much on target. Just forgot to screw in his own light bulb for thinking.
How did that do?