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What This Economy Needs Is Another Stab In The Heart

Posted on | February 11, 2014 | 9 Comments

by Smitty via Drudge

The river of lies is gearing up for a Spring flood, according to the Washington Free Beacon:

The Obama administration has yet to finalize 28 additional regulations under Obamacare that could lead to an “avalanche” of regulatory burden on the economy, according to an analysis by the American Action Forum.
A report released Monday by Sam Batkins, director of regulatory policy at American Action Forum, details the billions in cost and millions in paperwork hours that will result from the pending regulations, including the individual mandate, which has yet to be finalized.

Swing lowwww,
Regulatory chariot,
Coming for to
Liberate me from the tedium of labor. . .
Needs some polishing. But that’s what this river of lies is all about, right?


  • RS

    Of course, those with the audacity to be concerned with their own self-interest and/or make rational decisions based upon these regulations will be quickly tarred with the appellation “wreckers.” I can hardly wait!

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  • Steve in TN ™

    May I suggest _Mack the Knife_?

  • Adjoran

    In the immortal words of Ronald Reagan, “You ain’t seen nothin’ yet!”

    The IRS is going to require business tax returns sign a pledge, under pain of perjury, that if they fired or laid off any workers it was NOT because of ObamaCare.

    George Orwell, call your office.

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  • bittman

    Obamacare will probably be like the Animal Farm. Every day we will awaken to new rules and regulations.

  • bittman

    This must be unconstitutional.

  • Quartermaster

    98%+ of FedGov is unconstitutional. Both parties are wreckers.

  • Quartermaster

    Both parties are wreckers. But, not in the way the left would label the, however.