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Are government regulations written by the giant corporations who want to stifle competition?

Massive government regulation is written so that it mysteriously benefits only the largest of corporations and restricts small business. Small businesses don't have the ability to spend more money buying legislators, so regulations are written to benefit the few at the expense of the little guy. Why do regulations always seem to favor the giant corporations and restrict the peasants at the bottom?

Asked By: - 2/19/2012
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That is because of governmental regulation and overregulation. While not all regulation is created equal, some do create mischief and imbalance. The Obama administration has spent over $9 billion on regulatory costs, has proposed more than 200 new rules and completed over 300 rules... More
Answered By: Di - 2/19/2012
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That's how Obama is doing it. He is crushing start ups & small business, unless the stat up is owned by someone who did him favors.
Answered By: pznbob - 2/19/2012
 
nope they get written when companies screw up royally
Answered By: ingsoc1 - 2/19/2012
 
and paid for with campaign contributions. I believe we agree, we have the best government money can buy. A little insider trading, get in on some IPO's, stock splits ... it's all good (for them).
Answered By: jim s - 2/19/2012
 
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