Will Rogers once quipped that if we truly wanted to slow down the aging process, all we had to do was allow it to be worked through Congress.Few would argue that one of the most effective ways to brake any effort or movement is to allow the government to get involved - on any level. I, for example, am currently on my fourth visit to my local town hall in order to obtain a building permit for a 400-square foot addition. Yes, you read it right - 400 square feet.
My personal experiences notwithstanding, I never fail to chuckle when our publication receives letters supporting the idea of government audits. The concept of the government assuming the responsibility for conducting audits is an issue that would consume far more space than I'm generally afforded here.
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