I'm not seeing where the sarcasm started in this post.That may account for 10%.
So let's just roll back the half of them for starters.
Better yet let's sunset every regulation after two or three years, tops. Or we could zero baseline each year and assess each and every regulation promulgated by busybody bureaucrats. We could create a thousand blue ribbon panels comprised of experts in business, the hard sciences, and a few token politicians. We could hold public hearings and then have a vote on every one of them. Let's do a thousand a month and have a moratorium on new regulations for the next decade.
First of all, what is wrong with being a cynic? The government is your friend because the officials are elected. IE, we get a say in what happens. With businesses it is to bad if you don't like it, don't work here. Oh, but there decisions still effect your every day life (See gulf of America Oil spill (We broke it, we bought it).I see you as young, jaded, cynical and brainwashed. The government is not your friend. And businesses are not your enemy.
Is this why you don't use it in your posts?Class warfare was formulated my Radical Karl along with progressive taxes as a means to pit one group against another and to wreck capital formation essential to any capitalist, free economy. It is un-American.
Still ignoring the debt crisis.Which, of course is not the point. Growing the economy at 4, 5, 6, or 7% per year is the point. The happy circumstance is that tax receipts would go way up and tax disbursements would go down.
finish this word?Actually, one percent below the current lowest corporate tax rate fin the rest of the first world economies.