Skip to comments.Franchisors warn Obamacare will halve profits
Posted on 09/13/2012 2:33:05 PM PDT by Perdogg
The International Franchise Association held a convention in Washington this week where most of the Radio Shack, Dunkin Donuts, Curves and other franchisers were grumbling about new federal regulations, especially the impact of Obamacare.
Most, said Atlanta Taco Bell and Kentucky Fried Chicken franchiser David Barr, presumed that the reports about how hard Obamacare will hit them were overblown. "They had their head in the sand," he told Secrets
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The entire DNC was about how profits are evil and abortion is good.
I wonder how may of them voted for and donated to an campaigned for The Won.
Between Obamacare and the Dems proposed massive min wage boost, it’s likely your fast food will soon be served up by a robot.
That’s EXACTLY what 0bama wants! Undermine our free-market, capitalist Republic and put the government in charge of EVERYTHING.
What to do about an abortion franchise that makes a profit? What a dilemma for the DNC!
Just donate the profit to the DNC and it’s all good.
It will also mean more unemployed workers drawing more welfare at the cost to taxpayers. And we borrow 42 cents of every federal dollar spent so it will increase the deficit and national debt, which in turn, increases debt servicing costs. Eventually, the welfare state will collapse like is happening now in Greece. Obamacare just hastens the process.
That’s why Obama worked immediately upon taking office on Obamacare. Because he knew his ASSAULT ON JOB MAKERS would take it’s toll and wanted to keep the unemployed happy with insurance (in addition to food stamps, etc). What a plan!
I WONDER how many of them will now NOT VOTE for or DONATE TO The Won?
I don’t think most of the unemployed are happy living on low incomes.
A robot or a muslim with all kinds of waivers.
Muslims aren’t exempt, that’s a FR falsehood.
I’ve investigated this thoroughly, and the only significant groups that are exempt are Amish and Mennonite, because they are exempt from the Social Security and Medicare systems.
A few days ago, a friend of mine, who has two franchise stores told me during the last 3 years their profits, because of rising prices, have been cut in half.
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