Idaho's Five Wives fight featured in USA Today

You thought you'd heard the last from Five Wives Vodka v. Idaho liquor regulators? Nope. The attorney who vowed to get the state's decision overturned just wrote about it in USA Today, using Idaho as an example of socialism in action.

Turley's argument is basically that liquor-control states are bloating the free market of booze:

"Indeed, if Karl Marx were alive and trying to buy Schnapps today, he might reconsider aspects of Das Kapital after dealing with our central alcohol planners."

Idaho is full of ignorant hypocrites who think education should

be given over to the 'free market', while liquor should be controlled by religious leaning bureaucrats.

"No his mind is not for rent, to any god or government." Neil Peart

Move ON

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