I hope not... we can't afford to spend all that money like the last guy did !
Hah, maybe by the end of this term we'll have converted him into a full Republican.
More than four months after President Barack Obama ordered agencies to weed out rules that stifle economic growth, the administration was releasing some details of its proposals. Overall, it was unveiling hundreds of regulatory changes that could save businesses billions of dollars and tens of millions of hours of work, the White House said in a written statement.The proposals would help reduce costs for companies and state and local governments while "maintaining the critical health and safety rotections that Americans deserve," the statement said.
Cass Sunstein, the White House regulatory chief, planned to describe the changes later Thursday morning in remarks to the conservative American Enterprise Institute.Obama issued an executive order in January requiring agencies to hunt for regulations that are outdated or could cost jobs. It came with the country mired in recession and just as Republicans took over the House, pledging to shrink government and kill regulatory burdens that hinder businesses from operating efficiently.