A study by the American Action Forum has concluded that the government will issue $34 billion in new regulations – delayed for political reasons until after the election.
This study follows on the heels of another report issued last December that found the Obama administration severely delaying regulations until after the 2012 election:
You should already be familiar with the fact that Obama has a long history of deceiving and hiding behind new laws and regulations. Of course, he will never explicitly say just how he intends to use or exploit his new laws, but this is a man so full of pride that he simply cannot even imagine why someone would not be willing to support his cause. In the past, he has actually refused to even negotiate with Republicans on a number of issues.
We also all know about how he was most likely behind the IRS targeting of Tea Party and other Republican groups before. Well, now he is at it again. In fact, it is starting to become such that you can no longer tell when Obama is actually pushing an everyday law or if it something that he is using a cover for a very devious scheme. His latest law states that it will redefine political organizations in an effort to tax more of their contributions.
However, this new law is more than meets the eye. It has the serious potential to put an end to over 100,000 small, grass roots organizations. Especially the Tea Party groups. So now the federal government will be able to label a number of non-profit organizations as taxable political organizations. This is probably a great move from the perspective of the Democrats and Obamaites since they will be generating new taxes, which means even more spending. What Democrat does not want to be able to spend more money? Heck, this can mean the expansion of welfare and assistance programs in order to continue buying more votes from the low information people.
Aren’t you glad that Obama is once again going to “pivot” and focus on jobs now?
He might want to start by reigning in his runaway bureaucracy who are more concerned about carving out fiefdoms than in getting out of the way of job creation: