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November 16, 2012

Today Is National Papa John's Appreciation Day


Via Jillian Kay Melchior, today is Papa John's Appreciation Day. You can call it putting your mouth where your money is and it's fighting back against liberal's attacks on free-market capitalism and the right of private business owners to tell the truth about what Obamacare is doing to their business and their ability to create and maintain jobs:

More than 17,000 people plan to eat at Papa John's today, rallying in support of the maligned CEO John Schnatter, who has come under attack for speaking out about how Obamacare will hurt his business.

There's been a lot of hate heaped on company leaders who have had the chutzpah to point out how the Obama health law is forcing them to make painful cuts, especially when it comes to labor.

But the heated debate has missed the most important point: that the health law's new requirements hurt not only CEOs but also the low-income, hard-working people they employ. That's one way to equality of the classes.

As The Daily Caller points out, if this is anything like the Chick-fil-A buycott, and you want Papa John's for dinner (or afternoon snack), you'd better get your order in now. On the other hand, if you think business owners should be intimidated from stating obvious truths about the real costs of Obamacare, boycott to your withered heart's content.

Posted by Hyscience at November 16, 2012 2:32 PM

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