Obamagirl

Wallins Creek, KY

#43 Nov 12, 2012
4 Bucks wrote:
Boycott Papa John's
Who's with me?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/09/papa...
I'm with you. Not just Papa John's, but Olive Garden and Red Lobster too. They will change their minds on this, you just watch.
fuckhim

Ft Mitchell, KY

#44 Nov 12, 2012
REALLY wrote:
check out Papa John's $600 million mansion and then tell me how he's hurting and can't to afford to pay for his employees health insurance. I will NEVER buy another pizza from there EVER!!!!
http://www.celebritynetworth.com/articles/cel...
oh hell yeah.power to the people!
Bud

London, KY

#45 Nov 12, 2012
4 Bucks wrote:
Boycott Papa John's
Who's with me?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/09/papa...
FUNNY, guess you'll be boycotting everywhere! READ UP A LITTLE! A LOT of business are cutting hours because they can't afford this crap Obama is putting in called Obamacare. AND, I disagree with someone who posted that helathcare is a right. IT's NOT! If you don't like where you work because of the insurance costs, go somewhere else. NO ONE is forced to work anywhere. Some of you need to grow a brain.
Cesar

London, KY

#46 Nov 12, 2012
4 Bucks wrote:
Boycott Papa John's
Who's with me?
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/11/09/papa...
With you all the way !!
Checkmate

Nancy, KY

#48 Nov 12, 2012
Medicine is being socialized by obamacare. There are numerous surprises in store, and some will possibly affect gun ownership. For those of you who support gun control, just remember, when seconds count, the police are minutes away...

PS: ordered two papa johns pizzas this evening!!!

Since: Mar 09

London, KY

#49 Nov 13, 2012
Bud wrote:
<quoted text>
FUNNY, guess you'll be boycotting everywhere! READ UP A LITTLE! A LOT of business are cutting hours because they can't afford this crap Obama is putting in called Obamacare. AND, I disagree with someone who posted that helathcare is a right. IT's NOT! If you don't like where you work because of the insurance costs, go somewhere else. NO ONE is forced to work anywhere. Some of you need to grow a brain.
We do disagree. And lot more the world over disagree. It is a human right.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Right_to_health
hard

Harrison, AR

#50 Nov 13, 2012
I pay $534.00 a month to insure my child and myself. I totally understand why small business can't afford this.
funniebunnie

Somerset, KY

#51 Nov 13, 2012
REALLY wrote:
check out Papa John's $600 million mansion and then tell me how he's hurting and can't to afford to pay for his employees health insurance. I will NEVER buy another pizza from there EVER!!!!
http://www.celebritynetworth.com/articles/cel...
Humm where does it say he isnt providing insurance.All I am seeing is they will charge 14 cents more per pizza to cover the cost.So what.Cant afford 14 cents more then you cant afford the pizza to start with.
hehe

Somerset, KY

#52 Nov 13, 2012
This is symbolic of Right-Wingers
Papa Johns and any other business that threatens this action will pull a chic-fil-a and apologize in short time.

I can just imagine that wing-nut laying off people BEFORE healthcare is implemented.
So far it hasn't cost him one thin dime.

hehe
This place has gone down-hill, Little Caesars is better
ReallyII

Houston, TX

#53 Nov 13, 2012
First off, " Pappa Johns " is a Franchise Chain of Pizza Restaurant's owned by Individual Owners. Where their corporate headquarters call's the shots on corporate business they have no control what Individual owners do with their Employee Insurance. I am sure they offer group policies and guidance.

A Individual Owner in London Kentucky may do one thing and a Owner in New York City may do another. I think the Market will determine what one offers to their employees and one doesn't.

John Schnatter is one of the finest people you'll ever meet, he is the Amercian dream. He is successful and has given more to his community than you'll ever know. He knows the bottom line, he knows what profit margin is required to be successful. If you don't make a profit, you don't stay in business.

Papa Johns Franchise

4000 stores

16,500 employees

In 1983, John Schnatter delivered his last campus pizza, picked up his business degree from Ball State University, and went home to Jeffersonville, Indiana. There, at age 22, he knocked down the broom closet in his father's tavern, installed an oven and began delivering pizza out of the back of the bar.

From day one, John believed he could make a better traditional pizza by using fresh dough and superior-quality ingredients. Today, Papa John's boasts more than 3,800 restaurants worldwide.

Give me a break, get off your azz and start your own if you want to give away free crap to lowlifes.
Toby

Somerset, KY

#54 Nov 13, 2012
hehe wrote:
This is symbolic of Right-Wingers
Papa Johns and any other business that threatens this action will pull a chic-fil-a and apologize in short time.
I can just imagine that wing-nut laying off people BEFORE healthcare is implemented.
So far it hasn't cost him one thin dime.
hehe
This place has gone down-hill, Little Caesars is better
CSX Railway threatened to layoff 40 employees if Obama won the election. They did.

Average CSX Coal Division earns 50K per year. That is money every Mom & Pops store needed to buy Obama's Health Tax. So they close. Etc. etc. etc.
hehe

Somerset, KY

#55 Nov 13, 2012
Toby wrote:
<quoted text>
CSX Railway threatened to layoff 40 employees if Obama won the election. They did.
Average CSX Coal Division earns 50K per year. That is money every Mom & Pops store needed to buy Obama's Health Tax. So they close. Etc. etc. etc.
Oh, you're spreading your lies to another thread only this time it was a THREAT. BS
never happened

hehe
Toby

Somerset, KY

#56 Nov 13, 2012
Boeing, CSX and thousands of small businesses prove me true. You on the other hand have a dud president and he is getting greased up to screw you.

Oh heck!

Bacon is that you?
so laughable

Amelia, OH

#57 Nov 13, 2012
ReallyII wrote:
First off, " Pappa Johns " is a Franchise Chain of Pizza Restaurant's owned by Individual Owners. Where their corporate headquarters call's the shots on corporate business they have no control what Individual owners do with their Employee Insurance. I am sure they offer group policies and guidance.
A Individual Owner in London Kentucky may do one thing and a Owner in New York City may do another. I think the Market will determine what one offers to their employees and one doesn't.
John Schnatter is one of the finest people you'll ever meet, he is the Amercian dream. He is successful and has given more to his community than you'll ever know. He knows the bottom line, he knows what profit margin is required to be successful. If you don't make a profit, you don't stay in business.
Papa Johns Franchise
4000 stores
16,500 employees
In 1983, John Schnatter delivered his last campus pizza, picked up his business degree from Ball State University, and went home to Jeffersonville, Indiana. There, at age 22, he knocked down the broom closet in his father's tavern, installed an oven and began delivering pizza out of the back of the bar.
From day one, John believed he could make a better traditional pizza by using fresh dough and superior-quality ingredients. Today, Papa John's boasts more than 3,800 restaurants worldwide.
Give me a break, get off your azz and start your own if you want to give away free crap to lowlifes.
The only thing bothering these millionaires, and billionaires, is the fact they donated massive amount of moneys to the Romney campaign in order to keep the tax break for the wealthy from expiring and doing away with regulations, in other words they are using Obama as an excuse to hurt the workers because they lost so much money, and will actually have to pay their fair share of taxes when the Bush tax break for the wealthy expires in Jan., too they would have saved a lot of money when Romney would have done away with regulations, in other words safety regulations that could affect workers on the job. They are not losing anything, it is just another tactic the money men are using to go after the next election, they actually thought their money could buy the election, and they could stay in control, and forget about paying their fair share of taxes and being fined if regulations were not in place. America is already seeing what they are doing, they should have learned a lesson, too many 99%'s to be pushed around anymore, people are just not that naive as they would like. Maybe that is one reason, also, the republicans would have cut the pell grants so the poor kids could not have the intellect to figure out just how ruthless they are, power hungry.
wakeupcall

Harrison, AR

#58 Nov 13, 2012
All kinds of businesses are laying off, including in Laurel County. Check around, this is a fact. Obamacare will wake people up from their illusion. Hopefully, people will wake up when there is no one to support the lazy.
wtf

London, KY

#59 Nov 13, 2012
REALLY wrote:
check out Papa John's $600 million mansion and then tell me how he's hurting and can't to afford to pay for his employees health insurance. I will NEVER buy another pizza from there EVER!!!!
http://www.celebritynetworth.com/articles/cel...
Just remember before you make an assumption alot of these big chains are franchised out by smaller people meaning they paid big bucks to use the franchise name and product. So therefore the non corporate stores make less money than the corporate owned ones.
So in saying the franchisee will have a difficult time paying for this insurance because their profit is not as big as you think.
hgl

London, KY

#60 Nov 13, 2012
what does any of this have to do with crappy pizza?
Roy

London, KY

#61 Nov 13, 2012
Obamacare is the law and will never be repealed. I remember when everyone was crying that medicare would kill medicine and have read what republicans claimed social security would do. Business will adjust and in ten years the public will love Obamacare. Every major industrial nation has universal health care coverage, so its time the United States does too.
ReallyII

Houston, TX

#62 Nov 13, 2012
Roy wrote:
Obamacare is the law and will never be repealed. I remember when everyone was crying that medicare would kill medicine and have read what republicans claimed social security would do. Business will adjust and in ten years the public will love Obamacare. Every major industrial nation has universal health care coverage, so its time the United States does too.
And if they don't like , we're stuck with it, right azzwipe ?? The Canadians like the Family Health Centers for their runny noses, but once you want care beyond that, the system fails.

ObamaCare will break the nation.$16.25 trillion and counting. In case you didn't Notice Medicare is Broke, Social Security is Broke.
wakeupcall

Harrison, AR

#63 Nov 13, 2012
ReallyII wrote:
<quoted text>And if they don't like , we're stuck with it, right azzwipe ?? The Canadians like the Family Health Centers for their runny noses, but once you want care beyond that, the system fails.
ObamaCare will break the nation.$16.25 trillion and counting. In case you didn't Notice Medicare is Broke, Social Security is Broke.
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