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I would like to put this question to Republicans and Democrats who support the ever more draconian regulation and bureaucracy that comes with expanding government: does it ever go too far?
Here an honest make-up school might be shut down so that a cosmetology school can be put in its place. Licenses, fees and expensive requirements will force the business shut. More jobs lost to regulation.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v4oO_uC … %20others!
"We can all pick examples of where it goes too far, but we need regulation"
If I change the title to something Obama, Trayvon or gay rights related, would more people pay attention. Goodness me.
Can you supply a link to something that isn't a video?
Specifically for this issue or do you mean generally?
Generally I find videos can summarise and convey meaning more effectively than any article.
As someone who works in the video/broadcast field, I pride myself on being able to distinguish between works that intend to inform and enlighten and those intended simply to propagate a specific agenda. I consider the two videos posted to be examples of the former. If you find a factual issue with the videos then I'd be happy to hear it.
I hardly ever watch videos for informational purposes. I can read much faster and comprehend much more with the written word than with watching a video.
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