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The Obamacare Law is 20,000 Pages Long and Would Be 7 Feet Tall If Stacked Page-By-Page

The Affordable Care Act, known as Obamacare, is a sweeping piece of legislation that has been criticized as big government run amok.

But just how big is the Obamacare law?

This tweet pic from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) may give you some indication.

 

The 20,000+ page law stands at 7 feet. 

Now that's what I call big government. 

From Senator McConnell Facebook page:

Just take a look at this giant stack: one day’s worth of ObamaCare regulations. 828 pages in one day. Overall, there are nearly 20,000 pages – with many, many more to come. This is the owner’s manual for the health care law that’s supposed to make things better. Are you kidding? This law is a disaster waiting to happen.

ObamaCare is just too expensive, and it’s not working the way Washington Democrats promised. That’s why ObamaCare needs to be repealed. And that’s why I will continue to push for its repeal.

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