My Son Loves labyrinths and can figure them out in 10 seconds.
One day I drew him the most complicated labyrinth possible (it took me half an hour). He looked at it, looked at me, and in one second, solved it.
Government creates the most complicated legislation to control business activity. Consider the Dodd-Franck Financial Reform Act of 2010, or the Sarbanes Oxley Act Of 2002. How long did it take those in business to figure out how to go around?
Why does government think it can control the Zen masters of business and finance when to the contrary, restraint only leads them to produce greater art?