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    Re: Pelosi: GOP tax proposal 'the worst bill in the history' of Congress

    Quote Originally Posted by Oborosen View Post
    I am not talking about a tax code, I am talking about regulations that have been rolled back. Or gotten rid of in general.
    And I asked what regulations. I'm not aware of any that were rolled back that would help someone in your line of work. If you don't want to answer that's OK, I was just being curious.

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    Re: Pelosi: GOP tax proposal 'the worst bill in the history' of Congress

    Quote Originally Posted by JasperL View Post
    And I asked what regulations. I'm not aware of any that were rolled back that would help someone in your line of work. If you don't want to answer that's OK, I was just being curious.
    I was only trying to make sure that it you knew it wasn't just taxes that I was talking about. Because you would be the third poster this week who somehow believes my gripes were solely about taxes.

    Though in retrospect I really didn't like the income tax, or the payroll tax that I was forced into paying. After a year I was driven to get an external payroll company and that just slowly made this bearable for two more years.
    The ACA shifted plenty of policies and I was hit with a failure to comply fine, for not compiling correct information on my employees (of which I only had four) and the amount of information that was needed was staggering.

    I've seen businesses that have enough workers, that are required to break down their wages when reporting them to the IRS. Requiring a business to tell you the gender and race of the worker is just asinine, apart from the information that is readily available from the business already.

    The EPA had regulations enacted that affected how I could use the land my business was on and even now I still have to account for working from home. Because the regulation covers ditches of all things and I had three surrounding the building that I originally worked from. Because at the time, I not only appraised, but I also refurbished. Which meant certain chemicals could get into any of the nearby bodies of water from me... which there were none.

    I even had to register my emission status for a generator to run my sand blaster.

    This is just a topic that urks the hell out of me and I'm not even half way through with my gripes.
    The years following Bill Clintons election to the presidency.
    I can recall that you would always see Hillary, just there in the back.
    Always smiling that crazed smile, and always riding his coattails wherever he went.
    I guess its because she knew the front of the garment was always occupied.

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