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I would also gladly pay 15 cents more per pizza so that people who make minimum wage or close to it can have health insurance.

Yes, but you seem to believe that paying 15 cents more per pizza will get them the health insurance.

What will happen is that they WILL raise the pizza prices (probably by $.25, because it's a nice round number) and then they will STILL cut the worker's benefits and hours and pocket the difference.

They'll get to grouse and complain and whine and play up what a hardship it is, and how they have to raise those prices... and people who think "Oh, I'll pay it on behalf of those people..." but they still will move people back to part time.

After all, they are "job creators" and it's so hard to run a business in this economic climate.

Poor, poor Papa John's.

GSF
... Has AWESOME local pizza, thankyouverymuch.
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