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    Who are the NERD fund donors Mr Snyder?

    Raise the curtain.

    Walberg Votes To Reduce Power Of Bureaucrats

    By JGillman, Section News
    Posted on Fri Aug 02, 2013 at 12:05:41 PM EST
    Tags: Michigan Congressmen, HR 367, Republicans, Defund, Bureacracies, Tim Walberg (all tags)

    OK, but will the US Senate pass, and then see it through for Obama's signature?

    Via his official press release.

    Washington, D.C. - Today Rep Walberg voted in favor of H.R. 367, the Regulations from the Executive in Need of Scrutiny (REINS) Act, to reform our nation's regulatory system. The REINS Act requires any rule or regulation with an economic impact of $100 million or more and identified by the White House's Office of Management and Budget as a `major regulation' to come before Congress for an up-or-down vote and signed by the President before taking effect.

    "Last year, more than 50 regulations were implemented with an annual economic cost of more than $100 million each. The REINS Act allows Congress - not Washington bureaucrats - to determine if new major regulations that threaten job creation will go into effect and in doing so, protect jobs for hardworking taxpayers," commented Rep Walberg following the vote.

    Will the president sign this?

    No he won't.

    Quit wasting yours' and our time Tim.  Instead, Defund all those agencies and mandates that have more than that $100,000,000 impact.  

    Job done.  


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    Misdirection in politics... (none / 0) (#1)
    by KG One on Sat Aug 03, 2013 at 09:09:11 AM EST
    ...is the name of the game.

    Republicans claim to be for lower taxes, yet once elected, turn around and act like democrats by imposing new ones.

    Republicans claim that we are a nation of laws, yet will turn around and make "exemptions" in the form of amnesty and special carve outs for themselves.

    Republicans claim to be for smaller, less intrusive (and non-Constitutionally authorized) government, yet behind closed doors support a system that will make the most hardened progressive smile with satisfaction because it is what they would have done (albeit much quicker), if their roles were reversed.

    Yes, according to Civics 101, all appropriations are to start in the House.

    But, with the milksops running that chamber and having the audacity to think of themselves as "conservatives", I'm not holding out very much hope of them a.) actually approving this, and b.) sticking to their stated principles after the media firestorm highlighting the plight of the takers who are dependent on government largesse for their daily existence.

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