posted on Nov, 20 2012 @ 09:14 PM
Many of us are familiar now with uber-conservative John Schnatter, CEO of Papa John's Pizza, chiming in with other mega-rich business owners about how
they are going to have to change their business' due to Obama being re-elected. They just can't afford it anymore.
Funny thing is:
For all of his bitching about President Obama and support for Mitt Romney, though, Schnatter’s stock price was at $51.90 per share on Election
Day, more than triple the $16.58 it closed with when President Obama was inaugurated.
He is worth $600 million.
Here is his house:
Then there was this guy who wrote the infamous "I'm going to have to fire you if Obama is elected" letter:
A billionaire who is building the biggest home in the US called "Versailles"...
“Next door is a 12,000-square-foot house. That could be my maid’s quarters one day,” he says lightly. Then he catches himself and adds,
“No, I shouldn’t say that, it sounds like an insult.”
Does anyone else see the absurdities in listening to these royals complain? Why is it that so many middle and lower class income people defend people
like this? Perhaps instead of firing a bunch of loyal employees this guy might see to build a 70,000 square foot home instead of a 90.000 square foot
home. Then again, perhaps he could do the same if he ran a business that didn't have so many lawsuits against it for cheating people out of their
Papa Richy rich
Poor poor business owners. Sad days indeed.
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