Save the rich one at a time. It's easy. You'll feel better knowing you've helped such a disadvantaged group. The health care mandate could cost Papa John's $.15 a pizza, between $5 and $8 million per year. This is a difficult problem since he is already giving away two million free pizzas costing Papa John's $24 to $32 million.Cognitive DissonanceSave the Rich: “Papa” John Schnatter Editionhttp://cognitivedissonance.tumblr.com/post/35692610369/save-...<snip>When Papa John Schnatter hosted a fundraiser for Mitt Romney earlier this year, the Republican candidate began his remarks by saying: “Who would’ve imagined pizza could build this? This is really something. Don’t you love this country? What a home this is, what grounds these are, the pool, the golf course…. This is a real tribute to America, to entrepreneurship.” If your house impresses Mitt Romney, the ultimate one percenter, you know it must be pretty awesome. To start, John Schnatter’s 40,000 square foot castle is located in a wealthy country club suburb of Louisville, Kentucky. The property is spread out over a 16 acre estate and as Romney mentioned, features several swimming pools, a private lake and a golf course.
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