TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42548 Nov 15, 2012
Dan the Man
Carlisle, PA

sez

What facts are those?

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Obama’s Citibank plaintiffs hit hard when housing bubble burst

With landmark lawsuit, Barack Obama pushed banks to give subprime loans to Chicago’s African-Americans

President Barack Obama was a pioneering contributor to the national subprime real estate bubble, and roughly half of the 186 African-American clients in his landmark 1995 mortgage discrimination lawsuit against Citibank have since gone bankrupt or received foreclosure notices.

As few as 19 of those 186 clients still own homes with clean credit ratings, following a decade in which Obama and other progressives pushed banks to provide mortgages to poor African Americans.

The startling failure rate among Obama’s private sector clients was discovered during The Daily Caller’s review of previously unpublished court information from the lawsuit that a young Obama worked on as an attorney for the lead plaintiff.[RELATED: Learn about the 186 class action plaintiffs]

Since the mortgage bubble burst, some of his former clients are calling for a policy reversal.

“If you see some people don’t make enough money to afford the mortgage, why would you give them a loan?” asked Obama client John Buchanan.

“There should be some type of regulation against giving people loans they can’t afford.”

Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/09/03/with-landma ...

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False.

I post objective facts from legitimate news sources.

YOU and your Marxist brethren post from blogs and overtly biased propaganda sources.

Try to get your facts straight, dipshit.

You're just making yourself look stupid.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42549 Nov 15, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Sorry, but it's not, racist. You're showing your embarrassing ignorance again, racist. Clear your cookies and check again, racist.
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Sorry, but it's not, racist.

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Dan the Man
Waynesboro, PA

sez

My great uncle fought in the Pacific during WWII.

He saw things that he never wanted to talk about, and he called everyone Asian "Japs" and "nips" until he died.

No doubt he had plenty of reason to be angry at the Japanese, but that doesn't change that what he said and believed about them was bigotry.

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I loved him, but he was an anti-Asian bigot.

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Japanese Atrocities

Castrated marine with his genitals stuffed in his mouth

http://darkandbizaarestories.blogspot.com/200 ...

dannyboy......you got the balls to look?

Look at the real world "dannyboy"
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42550 Nov 15, 2012
Dan the Man
Carlisle, PA

sez

But if you want to call it a ‘tax increase’— which is debatable — it’s clearly one of tiniest ones in history.
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obummer, a four year failure

Dan the Man Carlisle, PA, you are a cowardly piece of shit!

Just like your black messiah!
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Don't try to deny that it's not a tax.

The Supreme Court said it's a tax.

It's a tax.

Live with it liar.

As others and I have posted, it's a tax and after the Supreme Court--not just John Roberts, but the four liberals--said it was.

It's a tax.

Live with it.

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OBAMA IN 2008 PROMISED HEALTH CARE SHOULD

“NEVER BE PURCHASED WITH TAX INCREASES ON MIDDLE CLASS FAMILIES”

By: Jim Hoft

7/1/2012 05:56 PM

At a campaign stop on October 4, 2008, Barack Obama told supporters that health care should not purchased with a tax increase.

Health care should never be purchased with tax increases on middle class families.”

Via Free Republic:

http://www.humanevents.com/2012/07/01/obama-i ...
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OBAMA is a LIAR!!!

Live with it.

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When facts are shown that cannot be disputed you do not reply, disappear, switch topics or you resort to name-calling.

Since: Apr 11

Location hidden

#42551 Nov 15, 2012
probably just a promotion. you know increasing sales ,getting more visibility for you product, spending a little to make a little more. you probably get rewards for buying so many pizzas you get 1 free. kinda like buying 10 c-store pops and getting 11th for free if you have a rewards card. it wont cost the papa a dime ,only generate more sales.

im guessing you havnt tried starting a business in your basement before and find it appalling someone made a mountain out of a mole hill.

think i will have chic fil a for lunch 2mrw and papa johns for supper.
The Minister of Truth wrote:
If Papa John was so worried about the supposed cost of Obamacare on his pizza chain, here's an idea, maybe he shouldn't be giving away a million of his shitty pizzas for free. He claims Obamacare will cost his company, what, about $8 million? Seems like chump change for a company that size, especially for the cause. God forbid your employees have health insurance. What a douche. His mansion is probably worth that amount many times over. Here's a novel idea, if money is such a concern maybe you shouldn't be giving away a million free pizzas (if you can even call that crap pizza).
vampire

Chambersburg, PA

#42552 Nov 15, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
Under the Affordable Care Act, small business owners who cover a portion of the premium for their employees' health insurance will get a tax credit for up to 50% of that cost.
So my costs for healthcare are going to drop.
The ACA is a GOOD thing.
hahahahahahahhahahahahahahahah !!!!
what a crock!!
you own a restaurant and i'm andrew carnegie!
mmm free pizza

Chicago, IL

#42553 Nov 15, 2012
The Minister of Truth wrote:
If Papa John was so worried about the supposed cost of Obamacare on his pizza chain, here's an idea, maybe he shouldn't be giving away a million of his shitty pizzas for free. He claims Obamacare will cost his company, what, about $8 million? Seems like chump change for a company that size, especially for the cause. God forbid your employees have health insurance. What a douche. His mansion is probably worth that amount many times over. Here's a novel idea, if money is such a concern maybe you shouldn't be giving away a million free pizzas (if you can even call that crap pizza).
Look at you, an expert on business while criticizing how an owner spends his money. Guess you're envious of that mansion you'll never own. Loser.

Too bad you're not a job creating business owner so that you could make an actual difference in the lives of those you profess to support. Loser.

The burden Obamacare places on business owners is not a 'supposed cost' it's an actual cost. You're pretty free with suggesting how others should run their business and spend their money.$8 million is 'chump change' is it? Ah. You're a clueless democrat used to spending other peoples money. Loser.

It's sad those who need full time jobs will be forced to work two part time jobs and STILL not have health insurance.

You don't realize that business acts and congress reacts. Guess who leads who by the nose.

Go panhandle somewhere else, loser. And brighten up, you stupid douche.
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#42554 Nov 15, 2012
The Minister of Truth wrote:
If Papa John was so worried about the supposed cost of Obamacare on his pizza chain, here's an idea, maybe he shouldn't be giving away a million of his shitty pizzas for free. He claims Obamacare will cost his company, what, about $8 million? Seems like chump change for a company that size, especially for the cause. God forbid your employees have health insurance. What a douche. His mansion is probably worth that amount many times over. Here's a novel idea, if money is such a concern maybe you shouldn't be giving away a million free pizzas (if you can even call that crap pizza).
F*ck Papa John

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Little Caesars Employee Job Benefits

Employees at Little Caesars enjoy handsome pay and a host of outstanding work benefits. The company offers employee benefits for health and wellness and future savings, as well as additional employee rewards. Apply online to learn about Little Caesars job benefits.

Health benefits
Both full-time and part-time workers at Little Caesars may receive health and wellness benefits. Qualified Little Caesars employees enjoy the health benefits of comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and prescription insurance. The company also offers a flexible spending account. Eligible Little Caesars employee may receive short and long-term disability insurance, as well.

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Democrat owned.

Provides health insurance for their employees.

And still sells pizza for $5.

The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#42555 Nov 15, 2012
mmm free pizza wrote:
<quoted text>
Look at you, an expert on business while criticizing how an owner spends his money. Guess you're envious of that mansion you'll never own. Loser.
Too bad you're not a job creating business owner so that you could make an actual difference in the lives of those you profess to support. Loser.
The burden Obamacare places on business owners is not a 'supposed cost' it's an actual cost. You're pretty free with suggesting how others should run their business and spend their money.$8 million is 'chump change' is it? Ah. You're a clueless democrat used to spending other peoples money. Loser.
It's sad those who need full time jobs will be forced to work two part time jobs and STILL not have health insurance.
You don't realize that business acts and congress reacts. Guess who leads who by the nose.
Go panhandle somewhere else, loser. And brighten up, you stupid douche.
I guess you should have supported a single-payer healthcare system and taken the responsibility for providing health insurance out of the hands of business owners, huh?

If the GOP had cooperated from the get-go, Obama wouldn't have had to compromise on healthcare reform and included the Republican ideas of a market-based approach, employer-based health insurance, and the individual mandate.
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42556 Nov 15, 2012
Dave Rogers wrote:
<quoted text> My post is still there Danny boy "#42522"
Try hitting the report button again. If you report it enough, Topix may delete it just to shut you up. LOL
wrong again Davey.......post #42551 is there and #42553 is there but there is no #42552...if more racist remarks get repored on you they will ban your ip addy.....try it.LMAO!
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42557 Nov 15, 2012
If davey knew how to change locations he might avoid getting banned by topix,,,,,,,,,,and YES it has happened before,,,,,,you might be next..........check Topix Agreement...LMAO

ban the bum! LMAO
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42558 Nov 15, 2012
Papa John's Obamacare Price Hike Cheered By Ian's Pizza In Wisconsin
:

Papa John's CEO John Schnatter’s recent statement that the Affordable Care Act will force the pizza chain to raise prices came as good news to Nick Martin.

Martin, a part owner of Ian’s Pizza, a pizza shop with four locations in Wisconsin, said his business has offered full heath care coverage to its 50 full-time employees for years, making it all the more difficult to compete with national chains like Papa John's that pay workers low wages without health benefits.

"This may level the playing field for us,” Martin said of the Papa John's price hike.“If they have to pay for benefits, and that pushes their prices up closer to ours, it will justify what we’ve been paying for and what we’ve been fighting to do the past few years.”(Ian's knows a bit about fighting, having fed demonstrators free slices during last year's protests in Madison.)

Like many of the 60 percent of small businesses that pay employees health benefits, Ian's Pizza has struggled to compete with national chains that enter local markets and undercut existing prices. But Obamacare may give local businesses some breathing room as national chains lose the advantage they once wielded through not providing health insurance, according to Jonathan Gruber, a professor of economics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

LQQK HERE:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/15/papa...

BYE BYE PAPA JOHN...LMAO
vampire

Chambersburg, PA

#42559 Nov 15, 2012
Dan the Man wrote:
<quoted text>
F*ck Papa John
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Little Caesars Employee Job Benefits
Employees at Little Caesars enjoy handsome pay and a host of outstanding work benefits. The company offers employee benefits for health and wellness and future savings, as well as additional employee rewards. Apply online to learn about Little Caesars job benefits.
Health benefits
Both full-time and part-time workers at Little Caesars may receive health and wellness benefits. Qualified Little Caesars employees enjoy the health benefits of comprehensive medical, dental, vision, and prescription insurance. The company also offers a flexible spending account. Eligible Little Caesars employee may receive short and long-term disability insurance, as well.
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Democrat owned.
Provides health insurance for their employees.
And still sells pizza for $5.
The modern conservative is engaged in one of man's oldest exercises in moral philosophy; that is, the search for a superior moral justification for selfishness.
for now pizza is 5dollars and the employees have good job benefits. i guarantee next year at this time the pizza will not be 5 dollars and many employees will be laid off and those left will be part time. you are naive if you believe otherwise.
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42560 Nov 15, 2012
I'll say it again, in 1935, when FDR put his New Deal, including the Social Security program, there were cries from business, "Socialism! We'll be ruined! Business is America wil never survive!".

With Obamacare, those business people who aren't flexible enough to survive will fail. And, others who can "make it work" will prosper. That's "capitalism", folks, and I think it's great.

These guys, Applebee's, Denny's, Papa John's, obviously have gotten incredibly lazy. Obvious by their attitude, they've never treated their employees well or had any respect for them. So, instead of adjusting to changing circumstances, which any business needs to be able to do, they're so "fat & happy" that they've decided to act out of spite and take out their anger at their employees, a really chickenshit thing to do.

These guys have written their own epitaph. I say good riddance. There are a thousand other business people that can and will take their place in a heartbeat..
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42561 Nov 15, 2012
If you're not affected by the ethical aspects of this, think of your own safety and that of your family. Low-wage workers who don't have health insurance generally don't have paid sick days. So you have a restaurant staffed by people who can't afford doctor visits, checkups, flu shots or prescriptions or the loss of a day's wages if they get sick. And if they are driven by desperation to mask their illness with OTC meds and head into work, they'll be handling the food you eat, the tableware you eat it with, your credit card or cash. Papa John's, Applebee's and Denny's are coming off our list of places to patronize, because a restaurant that is an unhealthy place to work is also an unhealthy place to eat.
Shut these places down that treat their employees like slaves........this is how Romney wanted to create his 12 million jobs..lost wage...no benefits..........his style and the rich that want it all!
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42562 Nov 15, 2012
Affordable Care Act:
1.The Act was designed to reduce overall health care costs by making services available to the 32 million who currently can't get insurance. They often use a hospital emergency room as their primary care physician, increasing costs for everyone. This starts in 2014.
2.For people who can't afford health insurance, the Federal government will pay the states to add them to Medicaid. The income requirement is expanded up to 133% of the Federal poverty level - roughly $29,000 for a family of four.
3.Those who don't qualify for the expanded Medicaid will receive tax credits if their income is below 400% of the poverty level ($88,000 for a family of four). States will be required to set up insurance exchanges to make it easier to shop for private health insurance coverage.
4.Insurance companies cannot deny children coverage for pre-existing conditions. This benefit applies to everyone in 2014. Insurance companies can no longer drop anyone from coverage once they get sick. If a company denies someone coverage, that person can go to an external appeals process.
5.Parents can put their children up to age 26 on their health insurance plans. This will bring more profit for health insurance companies, since they will receive more premiums without higher costs for these healthier individuals. As of 2012, more than three million previously uninsured young people were added.(Source: Department of Health and Human Services)
6.The Medicare "donut hole" gap in coverage will be eliminated by 2020.
7.People with existing health insurance will keep it. Businesses prefer to offer a tax-free benefit like health insurance to attract good workers. That won't change under Obamacare.
8.Obamacare does not apply to businesses with less than 50 employees. Larger businesses are required to offer health insurance, but receive tax credits to help employees pay premiums. In 2014, the tax credit increases to 50%.
9.The Act will lower the budget deficit by $143 billion over the next 10 years by raising some taxes and shifting more cost burdens.(Source: CBO CBO Report on Health Care Reform and the Budget; Wall Street Journal, What Health Insurance Ruling Means, June 28, 2012; NPR, Medicaid Expansion, June 27, 2012)

37 countries around the world have some kind of universal healthcare,,it's about time we do it too!

Since everyone says this is the greatest country in the world why shouldnt we have it...

FORWARD!
Dan the Man

Newville, PA

#42563 Nov 15, 2012
vampire wrote:
<quoted text>for now pizza is 5dollars and the employees have good job benefits. i guarantee next year at this time the pizza will not be 5 dollars and many employees will be laid off and those left will be part time. you are naive if you believe otherwise.
I'll go ahead and save this post so we can see whether you're right or wrong next year.

Or would you like to reconsider your bold prediction? You don't have a very good track record with that sort of thing, do you? LOL!
Justin Case

West Mifflin, PA

#42564 Nov 15, 2012
I love it - Obamacare breaks the back of these poison-peddling mega-chains and puts the balance back in favor of the real, original small business - mom and pop down the road.

I jest of course. These guys are blowing smoke up their own behinds; wonder if they have begun to believe it?
LMAO
vampire

Chambersburg, PA

#42565 Nov 15, 2012
Justin Case wrote:
If davey knew how to change locations he might avoid getting banned by topix,,,,,,,,,,and YES it has happened before,,,,,,you might be next..........check Topix Agreement...LMAO
ban the bum! LMAO
you know how to change locations. you could be anyone then, you could be dan the man, tax no more, you could even be me. why you could be everyone that posts here. just one person with many many names and locations. why would you disclose that kind of information? that should be kept to yourself. you could have alot of fun if you hadn't told you know how to change your location. why you might even be dave rogers and had your own post banned? you are smart enough to know how to change locations, yet dumb enough to reveal that info.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42566 Nov 15, 2012
Obamacare and the 29-Hour Ceiling

In the Washington Post, Robert Samuelson highlights how Obamacare would needlessly complicate our society, make it more maddeningly litigious, give the I.R.S. more prominence,

and make it harder for workers to get employers to give them so much as 30 hours a week.

Samuelson writes that Obamacare would (at least for its purposes) alter the definition of “full-time worker.”

Currently the Bureau of Labor Statistics defines a “full-time worker” as someone who works at least 35 hours a week.

Obamacare would lower that to 30 hours a week.

Samuelson writes,“The difference matters, because [Obamacare] requires employers with 50 or more full-time workers to provide health insurance for those workers.

At the same time, no company has to buy insurance for part-time employees, defined as those working less than 30 hours a week.”

In other words, under Obamacare, get ready for the prominence of the 29-hour work week — with corresponding pay.

Of course, nothing can be quite so simple under a “law” that runs 2,700 pages in length and has already spawned an amazing 13,000 pages (and counting) of new bureaucratic regulations. Samuelson writes:

“Just recently, the Internal Revenue Service issued an 18-page, single-spaced notice explaining how to distinguish between full-time and part-time workers under the Affordable Care Act (‘Obamacare’)….

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Dan the Man
Carlisle, PA

sez

I'll go ahead and save this post so we can see whether you're right or wrong next year.

Or would you like to reconsider your bold prediction?

You don't have a very good track record with that sort of thing, do you?

LOL!

LOL!

LOL!

LOL!

LOL!

LOL!

I'll go ahead and save this post so we can see whether you're right or wrong next year.
TaxNoMore

Los Angeles, CA

#42567 Nov 15, 2012
In other words, under Obamacare, get ready for the prominence of the 29-hour work week — with corresponding pay.

LOL!

LOL!

LOL!

I'll go ahead and save this post so we can see whether you're right or wrong next year.

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