Friday, July 19, 2013

How Big Is "Too Big"?

Speaking of Dodd-Frank (the below post), we learn even more from its example.

All told, regulators have written 13,789 pages and more than 15 million words to put the law in place, which is equal to 42 words of regulations for every single word of the already hefty law, spanning 848 pages itself.
And if that seems like a lot, keep in mind that by Davis Polk’s estimate, the work implementing the law is just 39 percent complete.  --FreedomLine quoting The Hill

Another law school graduating class is employed!!

Next time some Gubmint twit gives you shit, cite Section 243 of Dodd-Frank as your authority.  It'll take them about 3 weeks to figure out you're kidding.

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