Q: How many Americans does it take to change a light bulb? A: Two. One to replace it and one to tell him it was burned out (in states that still have car-inspection laws). A: Three. One to stand on the ladder, and two to carry enough light bulbs until one is found that isn’t defective. A: 250,000,000, one to change it and 249,999,999 to debate whether it it was politically correct.