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Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape

 
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Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape
The link [link to www.heritage.org]

Way less and 50%

Regulatory burdens on Americans increased by nearly $70 billion during President Obama’s first term in office, during which federal agencies imposed 131 new major regulations. In 2012 alone, the Administration issued a total of $23.5 billion in new regulatory costs from 25 major rulemakings. Only two rules last year decreased burdens. Much more regulation is on the way, with another 131 major rules on the Administration’s agenda, including dozens more implementing Dodd–Frank and Obamacare. Action is needed by Congress, including requiring congressional approval of each new major regulation before it may take effect.


Look at the charts and you will see the good old EPA is getting a major overhaul. Almost 40 billion in new rules! Where do you think those companies paying those new rules will get the money? From YOU and I

The good news…we get another four years of hope and change
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More good news

still way under 50%

Despite the weak economy, the Obama Administration continued to increase the regulatory burden on Americans in 2012, adding 25 major regulations that increase regulatory burdens by more than $23.5 billion annually. From the beginning of the Obama Administration through 2012, a staggering 131 major regulations that increase regulatory burdens have been issued, with costs approaching $70 billion a year. While the President has acknowledged the need to rein in regulation, little has been done to address the problem. Instead, it is getting worse.
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Re: Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape
bump
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Re: Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape
You know why they can get away with it?

Because most people don't own, or will ever own a business. So it's easy to convince them that the ones who do should be regulated to death.

If the average person knew what it does to businesses, and how that in turn will efect the economy, and themselves....maybe there would be outrage.

But right now, hating the successful is "hip".

Especially with the younger generation. It's ok to hate on the successful, and they feel they are entitled a cut of the pie, the pie they didn't help bake.
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Re: Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape
bump
 Quoting: obamaworstprezever 11159795


Thanks


But I think we are going to get more than a bump in the next 4... I just hope I get a kiss before sideways
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Re: Obamas first term equals a sea of red tape
You know why they can get away with it?

Because most people don't own, or will ever own a business. So it's easy to convince them that the ones who do should be regulated to death.

If the average person knew what it does to businesses, and how that in turn will efect the economy, and themselves....maybe there would be outrage.

But right now, hating the successful is "hip".

Especially with the younger generation. It's ok to hate on the successful, and they feel they are entitled a cut of the pie, the pie they didn't help bake.
 Quoting: Michael Bolton


One thing that cost our business is the new lead paint rule. As a contractor “ that never EVER paints anything” I had to send 6 guys for all day lead paint removal training. A total waste of time and trust me we will pass the cost along.
The most terrifying words in the English language are: I'm from the government and I'm here to help.

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