Legislative hyperactivity is a pest, and at least, corruption softens it’s impact. Corruption undermines organized government, and organized government is restrictive.
Corruption also preludes destruction, and thus, anybody banking on destruction has a good reason to view corruption positively.
Anybody of sound reason is in favor of corruption in political systems towards which one is hostile, for example the USA.
The function of governments is to provide safety by limiting violence. Much of what goes beyond is unwelcome limitation of freedom.
The US is the exemplary country of legislative hyperactivity. Before elections, everybody campaigns on a platform that something that hasn’t been regulated needs to be regulated. The result is a flood of new laws and ordinances on any level of government. There is no doubt that no other country in the world has as many laws and regulations as does the US.