Another Problem for Obama : Regulation Nation ....11,327 Pages of Federal Regulations !

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posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 10:53 AM
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Under Obama 11,327 pages of Federal Regulations added !

$1.2 Trillion - economic cost

$281 Billion - EPA

$160 Billion - Tax Compliance

$75 Billion OSHA & Homeland Security

- No Wonder Businesses Are Failing -

We need a capitalist in the White House.

Obama is part of the problem. Everyone can see that.



Do you want 400,000 jobs every month?

Stop attacking small businesses across America.




posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 12:54 PM
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11,327 pages
average thickness of standard copy paper .004 inch x 11,327= 45.308 inches

Let's bind this bad boy into a book that is nearly 4 feet thick. That's quite an accomplishment Mr. Obama. Yet another first... Make sure to carry your new book to the first debate!!!

How much of these new regulations are redundant?? I've got some ideas...

ETA
That EPA line item speaks volumes!!! Time to break up that mess!!!
edit on 11-9-2012 by jibeho because: (no reason given)



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 01:01 PM
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Originally posted by jibeho
11,327 pages
average thickness of standard copy paper .004 inch x 11,327= 45.308 inches

Let's bind this bad boy into a book that is nearly 4 feet thick. That's quite an accomplishment Mr. Obama. Yet another first... Make sure to carry your new book to the first debate!!!

How much of these new regulations are redundant?? I've got some ideas...

ETA
That EPA line item speaks volumes!!! Time to break up that mess!!!
edit on 11-9-2012 by jibeho because: (no reason given)


Vice President Paul Ryan should at least bring a copy of ObamaCare to the VP Debate.

2,700+ pages

VP Ryan hit a home run last time he met with Obama / Biden.




posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 03:01 PM
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From part of the linked Word.doc.....

I find this piece to be alarming as it puts these costs into "real time" perspectives.



• Had every U.S. household paid an equal share of the federal regulatory burden, each would have owed $15,586 in 2008. While all citizens and businesses pay some portion of these costs, the distribution of the burden of regulations is quite uneven. The portion of regulatory costs that falls initially on businesses was $8,086 per employee in 2008. Small businesses, defined as firms employing fewer than 20 employees, bear the largest burden of federal regulations. As of 2008, small businesses face an annual regulatory cost of $10,585 per employee, which is 36 percent higher than the regulatory cost facing large firms (defined as firms with 500 or more employees).

• The Crane estimate reflects compliance cost for all existing Federal regulations, including reporting and recordkeeping requirements of all types (including tax forms and records).

• The Crane study shows that regulations have a major effect on the economy: $1.7 Trillion is about 12% of Gross Domestic Product. The interpretation is that we give up about 12% of goods and services that we would otherwise have had available for consumption or investment in order to “buy” the “benefits” of regulation. The Crane study does not estimate the value of benefits of regulations.


This is part of the problem that is killing smaller businesses.

In reality, the employees are paying because of lost wages and even fewer jobs.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 03:13 PM
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Originally posted by xuenchen
From part of the linked Word.doc.....

I find this piece to be alarming as it puts these costs into "real time" perspectives.



• Had every U.S. household paid an equal share of the federal regulatory burden, each would have owed $15,586 in 2008. While all citizens and businesses pay some portion of these costs, the distribution of the burden of regulations is quite uneven. The portion of regulatory costs that falls initially on businesses was $8,086 per employee in 2008. Small businesses, defined as firms employing fewer than 20 employees, bear the largest burden of federal regulations. As of 2008, small businesses face an annual regulatory cost of $10,585 per employee, which is 36 percent higher than the regulatory cost facing large firms (defined as firms with 500 or more employees).

• The Crane estimate reflects compliance cost for all existing Federal regulations, including reporting and recordkeeping requirements of all types (including tax forms and records).

• The Crane study shows that regulations have a major effect on the economy: $1.7 Trillion is about 12% of Gross Domestic Product. The interpretation is that we give up about 12% of goods and services that we would otherwise have had available for consumption or investment in order to “buy” the “benefits” of regulation. The Crane study does not estimate the value of benefits of regulations.


This is part of the problem that is killing smaller businesses.

In reality, the employees are paying because of lost wages and even fewer jobs.





I also hear healthcare organizations have wasted money hiring people just to ensure

they are in compliance with ObamaCare.


We need to repeal ObamaCare ASAP. It's a cancer growing on the U.S. economy.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 05:20 PM
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Don't you just hate the person who came up with that kind of healthcare.



posted on Sep, 11 2012 @ 07:08 PM
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Did any of you actually click on the links provided in the article that the OP linked to?

This is a serious question.


More questions:
Do you even know what the Code of Federal Regulations is?
Do you know which title is the one in which everything that comes from the President's contributions is found?
Do you know where to find the Code online?
edit on 9/11/2012 by queenannie38 because: Decided to ask more questions.



posted on Sep, 12 2012 @ 09:25 AM
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Originally posted by queenannie38
Did any of you actually click on the links provided in the article that the OP linked to?

This is a serious question.


More questions:
Do you even know what the Code of Federal Regulations is?
Do you know which title is the one in which everything that comes from the President's contributions is found?
Do you know where to find the Code online?
edit on 9/11/2012 by queenannie38 because: Decided to ask more questions.


Did you even read the title of this thread?

Is it true that Obama has thrown 11,327 pages of regulations at us in less than 4 years?





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