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Forum Post: We pay more for pizza and build nothing here, because we don’t have single payer, here’s Jon on Papa John’s.

Posted 7 years ago on Nov. 14, 2012, 12:23 p.m. EST by factsrfun (8231) from Phoenix, AZ
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This is also about maintaining a dependent workforce.

Other places I use the word “slave” I use it because I mean to, it best describes what the GOP and the 1% want to achieve, though I admit I also like the word “peasant”, which is really closer to the truth, after all “owners” had to provide something to the slaves, the peasants work your land, you take what you want and leave them what you like.

If people can get healthcare, they might have the freedom to stand up in their workplace, or even quit.

They want you to believe healthcare costs a lot of money, they pay more to keep you dependent, it’s worth it to them, and these guys didn't get rich being foolish with money.

Jon Stewart explains this better than me so…




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[-] 2 points by LeoYo (5909) 7 years ago

Papa John's falls on news of class-action suit Associated Press – 21 hrs ago.. .


NEW YORK (AP) — Shares of Papa John's declined on Tuesday following news of class-action certification for a lawsuit that claims the pizza chain had unsolicited text messages sent to cell phones.

THE SPARK: The lawsuit filed with the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington in Seattle claims Papa John's violated state and federal law when they had the marketing company OnTime4U send unsolicited text messages on its behalf to cell phones advertising their pizza products. The lawsuit says that 500,000 illegal text messages were sent to Papa John's customers across the U.S.

Papa John's faces potential damages of more than $250 million. The plaintiffs may each potentially receive $500 or more in damages for each text message.

Messages left with Papa John's seeking comment were not immediately returned.

SHARE ACTION: Papa John's International Inc.'s stock fell 34 cents to $49.10 in afternoon trading after dropping as low as $46.72 earlier in the session. Over the past year, the shares have traded in a range of $35.21 to $56.41.

[-] 0 points by factsrfun (8231) from Phoenix, AZ 7 years ago

thanks for stopping by