Going into the 2012 presidential election many business owners had the hope that President Obama would be denied a second term and that Republicans would take control of the U.S. Senate, thus insuring that the ObamaCare law would be repealed. Those hopes were dashed by the election results.
But business owners who are already hurting from four years of the worst economy since the Great Depression are not willing to give up so easily in attempting to save their businesses from possible bankruptcy. A massive backlash has begun against ObamaCare, which the business owners say is driving up the cost of doing business, making it impossible to make a profit, and forcing them to lay off workers and roll back hours for employees.
A Denny's franchise owner in Florida announced today his intention of adding a 5 percent "ObamaCare surcharge" to all sales...
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