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Old 11-22-2012, 07:09 AM   #31
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Default Re: Red Lobster, Olive Garden cutting workers hours due to ObamaCare.

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will you go fvck yourself?

this aint church motherfcker, this is an internet message board. if you make an idiotic comment, expect to be called an idiot.

retard

Reading this is pretty damn pathetic.
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:17 AM   #32
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Default Re: Red Lobster, Olive Garden cutting workers hours due to ObamaCare.

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Right, but under Romney they would have the same crappy jobs and potentially less chance of obtaining health care. This is overall still a good thing.

Health care > a couple more hours of work

That's false, and you just showed everyone you don't understand a thing about the health care law.

By cutting hours to under 30 hours per week, they don't need to provide health care. So you get no health care and less hours, all thanks to Obamacare.
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Old 11-22-2012, 08:18 AM   #33
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Obama is meeting with the CEOs of several major companies to discuss hiring and the looming fiscal cliff tomorrow. A lot of these guys are withholding hiring workers despite record revenues under the false guise of worrying about healthcare or the end of the bush tax cuts. Anything to keep lining their pockets.

Here's a guy who said before the election that he would have to fire many of his employees. Today he announced an across the board 5% raise-
Anti-Obama CEO gives employees a raise instead of a pink slip

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- David Siegel, the CEO who had warned his employees they'd face layoffs if President Obama was re-elected, gave everyone a 5% raise last week instead.

Siegel isn't backing off his gloomy predictions for the economy under Obama's second term. But he said his company, Westgate Resorts, had record profitability this year and he wanted to share the success with employees, most of whom had not gotten a raise the year before.

The CEO said he believes his employees will need higher wages to deal with increased costs he expects everyone will face under Obama. And he's not backing off his prediction that developments like Obamacare and the Dodd-Frank financial regulations will hurt the economy in the years ahead -- and could lead him to make staff cuts eventually.

http://thinkprogress.org/economy/201...ear/?mobile=nc
Like many of the CEOs in this country, his company was experiencing record profits while he was crying about how disastrous Obama's policies would be. At least he had the decency to reward his workers instead of pocketing the money and canning them like others have.

Good, because they'll need all the money they can get before Obama forces even more people out of work.
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