The Obama Administration released the full-text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal on Thursday.
Tipping the scales at 5,544 pages — and an astonishing 2,056,560 words — the trade agreement is one of the longest documents The Daily Caller has ever encountered, and for the sake of comparison, we compiled a list of things shorter than the baffling proposal.
1,746 pages … TPP = 3.18x longer
The Affordable Care Act (official Government Printing Office version):
961 pages … TPP = 5.77x longer
3,407 pages … TPP = 1.63x longer
1,488 pages … TPP = 3.73x longer
5,216 pages … TPP = 1.06x longer
1,280 pages … TPP = 4.33x longer
2,096 pages … TPP = 2.65x longer
4,000 pages* … TPP = 1.386x longer
* Troyer obviously doesn’t measure his height by the ream. Figure calculated by converting his 2’8″ frame to the average thickness of an 8×11 piece of paper (.008 inches).