OK, not me. This 13-year-old kid. Meet Nathan Flynn.
Apparently, Utah was about to do away with Daylight Savings Time and their legislature was discussing the issue. One representative, Kenneth Sumsion, using that Common Sense we've been hearing so much about lately, said, "Only the government would believe that you could cut a foot off the top of the blanket, sew it to the bottom, and have a longer blanket."
I'm assuming the public was invited to comment, because after a bit of seemingly confused debate, young Mr. Flynn took it upon himself to explain things like the axial tilt of the Earth and latitudes and stuff like that (stuff that might require a basic level of education), and that, "You'd have your lights on for several more hours a day than you would normally, which doesn't seem smart."
The video of Nathan schooling his Legislature is in the upper right corner of this page. Sorry, the embedding didn't seem to want to work.
Score a victory for those damned educated elitist...and Nathans everywhere. (I have a little tear in my eye just thinking about it.)(sniff)