Obama’s ex-Ebola czar warns of other danger: too much government growth

Michael Dorstewitz
BizPac Review

A Democratic operative and former Obama Ebola czar made a stunning admission in a magazine column published Sunday — that government is getting too big, and federal regulations pose a hindrance to growth.

“Recent developments in Washington, especially the Obama administration’s greater desire to flex its regulatory muscles in several key areas, mean that some booming startups will have to navigate new governmental hurdles in Washington, D.C,”  Ron Klain wrote in Tech Crunch.

“The most visible conflicts between startups and the government in the next two years will be in the nation’s capital, not in city halls or state houses.”

Klain, who previously worked for Al Gore and Joe Biden, wrote that the administration’s “desire to flex its regulatory muscles” is having the opposite effect on economic growth than what Obama claims…



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Related:  Report:  Michelle Obama’s Mandate Will Require Daycares to Weigh Children  (video)

…Lt. Col. Allen West (Ret.) said on “Outnumbered” that as a parent, he is totally against the government doing this to children.

“This is incredible,” West said. “Parents are no longer able to parent. The federal government does not need to weigh a child. That is the parents’ responsibility.”…


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