John Schnatter, chief executive of pizza chain Papa John’s, is hatin’ on Barack’s healthcare reform law.
Papa John’s To Reduce Workers Hours Due To Obamacare
Shiesty Schnatter says that it’s a “policy that will force the company to choose between its customers and its investors”.
Papa John’s workers will have their hours reduced due to Obamacare, Huffington Post reports Nov. 9. The pizza chain’s CEO, John Schnatter, said now that President Obama has been re-elected he plans to pass the expense of the nation’s new health care plan down to his workers — which means less hours.
This is the second time Papa John’s pizza is making news over Obamacare. The CEO announced customers would be paying between 11 and 14 cents more per pizza after Obamacare was passed this summer. Schnatter doesn’t think people realize they’re going to pay big for the Affordable Care Act put in place.
“That’s what you do, is you pass on costs,” he said. “Unfortunately, I don’t think people know what they’re going to pay for this.”
Obamacare mandates that employees working over 30 hours per week are covered by their employers. A number of restaurants have admitted they might be forced to cut their employees hours because they cannot afford Obamacare for them.
We reported earlier this year that John threw a fundraiser for Money Mitt at his sprawling mansion (moat included). So you’re sayin’ you can’t fork over less than 1% of the of a large pizza so your employees can have health insurance?
Less than 14 cents?! GTFOWTHBS!