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  • sstail94 sstail94 Jul 17, 2013 7:24 AM Flag

    Another lie

     

    Despite the administration's controversial decision to delay forcing companies to join Obamacare for a year, three-quarters of small businesses are still making plans to duck the costly law by firing workers, reducing hours of full-time staff, or shift many to part-time, according to a sobering survey released by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.

    Thats 75% of all small businesses - good job Barry -increase costs for all and put more people out of work.

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    • Here is some job creators doing:

      a federal contractor who used his military disability status -- based on a prep school sports injury -- to receive government contracts reserved for disabled vets: Tammy Duckworth Eviscerates Contractor Who Claimed Veterans Disability.

      This is a veteran you do not want to mess with. Rep. Duckworth lost both her legs and use of her right arm during her service as a combat pilot in Iraq. But this fool Braulio Castillo, who broke his foot at the U.S. Military Preparatory School nearly 30 years ago, claimed the injury in his company's application for special status as a "service-disabled veteran-owned small business." Not cool.

    • springs,
      That is exactly the problem facing American working stiffs while the so many 1 percenters gouge the Medicaid and welfare system. If they have their way, forget HC for employees, there would be no OT pay, no holidays, no sick leaves, no child labor rules, no COLA/merit raises, no breaks, no #$%$-chat at work, auto layoff at 50 years old, hire only cheap aliens, hire only 6 foot men and gorgeous model like females ...

 
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