Did you read the rest of the post? Are numbers not data anymore? What exactly do you need to qualify as data these days? Have you read the Internal Revenue Code? Or can you tell me how many Laws there are? Cause nobody else can. The GAO has been working since 1980 to find out and still don't have an answer. In 1927 all the laws fit into one volume, now... not so much.Once again, this is merely an opinion, not a fact. Quotes from famous people may be fun, but they don't mean anything without real world data to back them up.
Longshanks, I expect better from you. 22prentwill just sees what they want, now you're just picking and choosing and ignoring the rest.
As far as the issue for this thread goes I really don't have a dog in the fight, but thousands and thousands of convoluted laws full of gibberish you need 50 years in law to 'interpret' is just ridiculous. KISS it, that's all I'm saying...