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    Obamacare Red Tape Tower will make you cower

    Obamacare Red Tape Tower will make you cower

    The Red Tape Tower is making the rounds, via NRO:

    A tower of 20,000 pages of Obamacare regulations, wrapped in a neat red ribbon and first unveiled publicly by Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell at last weekend’s Conservative Political Action Conference, made its way to the Senate floor today as the upper chamber debated the continuing resolution to fund the government. It took several GOP aides to haul the paper tower through the Capitol to make its appearance; the National Journal’s Shane Goldmacher captured the scene:

    And now the Red-Tape Tower has its own Twitter account (h/t reader). You can follow on Twitter, but first you have to fill out a 23-page form in triplicate, notarized, with a biometric scan of your retina and a TSA full grope:

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    GrumpyOne | March 23, 2013 at 5:58 pm

    As a retired process engineer who saved many millions of dollars for various employers, I can state with conviction that my techniques are exactly the opposite of those being used by the current regime.

    The terms of simplification, consolidation and of course cause and effect are heresy these days.

    Yes folks, one third of the bureaucracy could disappear tomorrow and no one would notice a thing except for those who are sucklings of the system.

    Efficiency indeed…

    […] be because no one knows exactly what’s in Obamacare. The stack of regulations governing it stands over 7 feet tall. There isn’t a human being alive who knows, or even has a solid guess, what deviltry […]

    […] be because no one knows exactly what’s in Obamacare. The stack of regulations governing it stands over 7 feet tall. There isn’t a human being alive who knows, or even has a solid guess, what deviltry we’ll see […]


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