As Denny’s franchisee preps Obamacare surcharge, liberals promise another boycott

If you’re in Florida and planning to join in on the Papa John’s “buycott” scheduled for this Friday, you might want to save some room for dessert and hit Denny’s afterward. A West Palm Beach restaurant owner is the latest target of a boycott campaign after floating the idea of adding a 5 percent “Obamacare surcharge” to customer checks starting in 2014.

Franchisor John Metz told the Huffington Post that “although it may sound terrible that I’m doing this, it’s the only alternative. I’ve got to pass the cost on to the consumer.” In August, Papa John’s CEO John Schnatter was among the first to come under fire for suggesting that implementing Obamacare would entail costs that would have to be passed on to customers.

Applebee’s has also been targeted for a boycott, although the company was quick to point out via a Twitter post that comments about a possible hiring freeze were made by an independent franchisee. Do little details like that matter, though, when Obamacare is insulted? Is Denny’s in for a boycott nationwide?

Obamacare “naysayers”? Are they the new “climate change deniers”?

Do you hear that? Obamacare have been proved to save employers money. False alarm, business owners nationwide.

  • http://twitter.com/crazytas1 ricci

    lefties just dont get it they dont want businesses to cut employee hrs or add the cost to consumers just like most on the left who have no clue about business and think just because they own a business they are rich

  • medicinewomantwo

    Nothings free including trouble……………………….lol

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Busa-Bashi/100003490138333 Velo Rific

    typical LeftTurdz–they have no clue. ENJOY your PUNISHMENT over the next 4 years you stupid f*Cks :) lol

  • DebsFriends

    Florida, you voted for this Admin. Now you are finding out free programs are not free. Stop the complaining.

    • http://twitter.com/x_ScubaSteve_x ScubaSteve

      Debs, I did not vote for this admin. Down south where Obama won enough votes to give him Florida is still questionable.
      As for me i laugh at all the libs wanting to Buycott these places. Just gives me another reason to eat at them. Less whining annoying people in there.

      • EastValleyConservative

        I am hard pressed to find a Florida Obama voter. I lived there for 9 years, I believe what you are saying!

        • Tracy Hubbell-Linden

          My mother-in-law…ugh. Of course, she’s orginally from union blue Detroit. Sigh…at least I’m raising her granddaughters RIGHT!

      • EastValleyConservative

        I am hard pressed to find a Florida Obama voter. I lived there for 9 years, I believe what you are saying!

      • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

        Love it!

    • DianaRae_FL

      No we didn’t. Trust me. I think if you recounted the ballots, took off the dead people and the illegals you’d find that Romney won our state.

      • EastValleyConservative

        After living there for 9 years (have moved to AZ since), I believe you sincerely! Florida as a whole did not want this.

      • EastValleyConservative

        After living there for 9 years (have moved to AZ since), I believe you sincerely! Florida as a whole did not want this.

  • http://www.theconservativevoices.com/ dmacleo

    idiots. they just don’t get it. :(

  • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

    Those lib whiners will eat wherever Mom takes them!

    • bluewaternavy

      With this bunch?? Mom is likely on food stamps

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        Mom and the baby daddies can always sell those for cash.

        • bluewaternavy

          Yeah, and they will. Had forgotten about that :-(

          • medicvet

            Wow, okay, food stamps, baby daddies, and selling benefits for cash..ya’ll just really love to hit every single stereotype out there in trying to describe liberals, don’t you?

          • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

            So no liberal has an out of wedlock child or receives an entitlement? Okay.

          • $21367552

            And apparently no conservative either.

          • http://twitter.com/Kennan100 Kenna Neel

            Back at ya.

          • http://twitter.com/Kennan100 Kenna Neel

            Back at ya.

          • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

            Why do you think it’s a blanket statement?

    • Silenttype78

      Heh,some of these lib-prog do hoofers bitch about what mom makes (or buys).
      I’ve got a lib-prog brother who gets all indignant over stuff my parents buy.
      Mom: “Would you like some coffee? ”
      Bro: “Ugh…it is fair trade coffee, right? ”
      (Then promptly goes into coffee bean trade ethics)
      Everyone else is like “stfu already”
      Dude has a cushy fed job, so making his living is kind of thoughtless.
      Good news, I only see him on major holidays …bad news, they’re coming up

      • Vennoye

        I am so sorry! Thank you Lord, that the relatives I will see over the holidays are all conservatives!! As mad as I am this year, I would probably go to war with someone like your brother!! Good Luck!! Might be worth subscribing to the sports channels during his trip!!

        • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

          Same here, all the Liberal relations we have are staying in California this year! Lucky us!!

        • oldwoman

          Oh yes. It’s always best to only discuss things with people who agree with us. Unless you want to learn something, that is.

      • jmw_123

        Good news, I only see him on major holidays …bad news, they’re coming up–best quote i’ve heard in ages.

      • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

        If you want to make heads explode in the store, try this in the coffee section. Make a notice of the “fair trade” selections and then ask where the “oppressed worker” brands are kept. Another one to mention might be the “greedy landowner” coffee.

      • AndreaKlett

        I’m so sorry for you! Would you like to send your brother to my house for the holidays? My brothers and I – and our parents – would whip him right into shape. It’d be fun! Pretty please?

      • ImTheNana

        Don’t give up hope. I turned mine into a Con later in life by a lot of reasoned arguing

  • Herman LaClair

    so let me see if i got this…their plan to fix the economy is tax the rich…so how are these “fatcats” gonna pay up if they’re outta business??? um, great plan ya got there, idgits.

    • http://twitter.com/KimPryce2 Kim Pryce

      All those “rich” couldn’t even afford to run this country for a day if they were taxed 100%! There is no sugar-daddy…and the middle-class gets pimped.

      • Herman LaClair

        yep.

      • Cold War Grunt

        Personally, I think we ought to get the show on road (h/t to SpinMeNot). Lets take all the money of all the people that the class-warfare types call “rich”. Give each and every person on government assistance their “fair share” of the pot, minus of course the cut for the government. The economy will go straight into the toilet. You’ll find me on front lawn in a yard chair, under an umbrella with a cooler of beer, a bag of jerky and my AR. It’ll be a hoot.

      • wermet

        Actually, if the rich were taxed at 100%, that would run the government for 3 months. After that however, there would be no more to tax from them and all of their businesses will be closed and their workers idled. Big loss of tax revenue at that point and it puts more people on public assistance. Death spiral starts. (Rinse and repeat, until the economy collapses completely.)

  • http://twitter.com/james_vep Mike James

    Of all places, Denny’s is not an out of my way stop, nor would I now pay extra because of the governing force in power. What is wrong with this country?… oh yeah, I remember now! It’s horrible food that cost even now more.

  • bluewaternavy

    I can’t see Denny’s taking a hit on this as I don’t think they allow EBT cards there….

    • http://twitter.com/liberalretards lisa

      NEXT THEY WILL BE EBT WHERE EVER LIBTURD LAZIES GO , CORRUPT DEMOCRAPS WILL GIVE PROOF TO BUYING MORE VOTES ,THATS WHY ROMNEY CANT WIN BEAT THE CORRUPT FREE SHIIIT

      • http://twitter.com/x_ScubaSteve_x ScubaSteve

        Oh to make matters worse i was at kfc on my lunch break and there was a girl buying lunch on ebt. I asked her where all can she use that, and she named places like kfc, taco bell, pizza hut. I to myself am like wtf, instead of spending 10-15$ on the ebt why not use it for groceries. This is what aggravates me the most.

        • brewerandpatriot

          I can see that, YUM! restaurants is a Pepsi offshoot. They feast on food stamps all while keeping their flock dumb, caffeinated and morbidly obese.

  • riddler1620

    First, when the government promotes something as free, you can rest assured it will cost double. Secondly, if you boycott a business, it doesn’t help the waitstaff, it hurts them and results in firings due to a lack of work. Heck of a plan, libs.

    • bluewaternavy

      ANYTHING the goverment does cost double what it shout-at the very least. As for boycotting, it’s pretty obvious that the libs didn’t think it through. They forget about that nast little word called “consequences”

    • medicvet

      I flat out refuse to take my business anywhere that treats their employees so shabbily. People working in that business are scraping by to make ends meet as it is, and now their boos is telling customers TO TIP LESS BECAUSE OF POLITICS??? That’s a pretty scummy thing to do.

      • http://twitter.com/Schtuperman Mike Lovelace

        Your business, eh? You mean the imaginary business that is just going to absorb the costs? It won’t be around long…

        • oldwoman

          You’re not only mean, but you seem to have difficulty with reading too. Medicvet said he’d take his business, as in his patronage, somewhere else.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Haven’t made your point yet? Maybe you should stop trying.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100002109532283 Jillane Kent

        It is considered “scummy” to desire to continue operating your business in poor economic times with mounting costs forcing you to make hard decisions?

      • Cold War Grunt

        It isn’t politics, its economics. There is a difference. Tax the wealthy more, take from / reduce the money they earn. Where does it end? When this country is so far down the toilet, the skills you learned as a medic in the military will be more valuable to you than you could have ever possibly imagined.

      • TomJB

        Apparently it is a far more humane way to run your business to pay them more, give them more benefits, and keep prices for the customers down. Then in a short time, when the company is hemorrhaging money, they go out of business and EVERYBODY then makes $0, gets $0 in benefits, and the customers have fewer choices. Brilliant plan, yours!

        • Turning Leaves

          Charge the rich more! If someone comes in wearing nice clothes charge them 3-4x the price on the menu. They can afford it.

          • Herman LaClair

            wow. hate much?

          • Turning Leaves

            Understand sarcasm much?

          • Herman LaClair

            usually. i could imagine a lib proposing that. mea culpa.

          • ImTheNana

            forgot your sarcasm tag, LOL. I too thought you were a lib/prog

          • Turning Leaves

            Understand sarcasm much?

          • EastValleyConservative

            I am willing to bet they would embrace this plan Turning Leaves!! Please don’t give the left any ideas on what else to demand. :)

          • Turning Leaves

            I’m afraid I’m not really giving them new ideas. Haven’t heard of it in a restaurant (yet), but am aware of it in employee healthcare premiums and some European countries where traffic violation fines are graduated by income.

          • Turning Leaves

            I’m afraid I’m not really giving them new ideas. Haven’t heard of it in a restaurant (yet), but am aware of it in employee healthcare premiums and some European countries where traffic violation fines are graduated by income.

          • EastValleyConservative

            I am willing to bet they would embrace this plan Turning Leaves!! Please don’t give the left any ideas on what else to demand. :)

      • EastValleyConservative

        First, it’s a surcharge on the tab. You as a consumer can still tip the server anything you want. Second, it isn’t politics—it’s economics. What part of this do you simply fail to understand?? This is costing businesses money, so how exactly do you equate that with mere politics? Ignorance is not a virtue.

      • EastValleyConservative

        First, it’s a surcharge on the tab. You as a consumer can still tip the server anything you want. Second, it isn’t politics—it’s economics. What part of this do you simply fail to understand?? This is costing businesses money, so how exactly do you equate that with mere politics? Ignorance is not a virtue.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DJCF5UZOGPSFW5STZQMSVG343M ajs3176

        And these people prolly voted for Obama and thus Obamacare and are getting exactly what they deserve. You won, deal with it…

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DJCF5UZOGPSFW5STZQMSVG343M ajs3176

        And these people prolly voted for Obama and thus Obamacare and are getting exactly what they deserve. You won, deal with it…

    • oldwoman

      You know, there’s this wonderful thing about a market economy. If people don’t eat at Denny’s, or Papa John’s, or wherever, they still eat. They might eat at a different restaurant that takes care of its employees–maybe a mom and pop place. But wherever they eat, the jobs to produce that food and serve it aren’t gone–they’re moved. And that’s the point.

      • Guest

        Um–wrong. Someone else made the absurd assumption that firing at one place would result in hiring at another. This in my opinion is about the same. These other places are experiencing the same consequences, they just haven’t told you yet. Small businesses are being expected to shoulder a huge cost to provide health insurance, it’s a given that they are going to have to cut costs somewhere, or in most cases, whittle down to keep from being penalized with the cost. While you say they will go elsewhere, you have forgotten who is also affected by the boycott. Employees that might have stayed on. So when people decide to boycott over hiring freezes and cuts, they urge more of the same. That’s very shortsighted.

        • oldwoman

          Um, ‘fraid not. If Joe’s restaurant gets swamped each night with transferees from Papa Johns, they’ll hire more help, maybe even open another Joes. And as for the costs, I say that it’s better for the cost–the REAL cost–of the product to be included in the price and then let people decide how much of it is usable at that price. As it is, we disconnect the cost from the product by subsidizing companies’ profits by having to pay food stamps and Medicaid to people who work full time and still can’t make a living. That’s still our money, and unless Food stamps and Medicaid are the most efficient way to deliver the items (which I’m sure you don’t think), they cost more that way than to add it on, a few cents at a time, to a pizza, and pay the people a liveable wage in the first place. THAT is what’s shortsighted.

          • Guest

            If they get swamped each night with transferees, they’ll hire more help? Based on what?? The business increase must support the hiring, not people merely wanting a job. Furthermore, in general, minimum wage jobs were never meant to be living wage jobs–and if you believe so, then, accept that higher cost you speak of. Someone getting food stamps is not subsidizing the employers, that’s more insanity. But I digress, looking at your reasoning, you still fail to realize the COST associated with the implementation of ObamaCare which is causing the layoffs in conjunction with other sour economic factors. Forcing companies to provide health insurance will add more than a few pennies to your pizza, and then no one would buy a pizza. The goal of ObamaCare is to kick people off private into the government exchange anyway. It isn’t a secret if you do your homework. So when you speak of shortsighted, maybe you should pick up those reading glasses and do a little homework instead of spending all of your time foaming at the mouth at those you disagree with. You liberals won! Be happy—but also deal with the consequences. It isn’t like you weren’t warned, you just refused to understand or even attempt to understand. “Voting for revenge” is so smart, because revenge is much like a boomerang. Duck! Cheers!

          • oldwoman

            The COST is already there–of food stamps and Medicaid and the like, and consumers already pay it. We just choose to pay for it in the least efficient way possible–with a big bureaucratic government delivery system. If we move the cost of working poor living wage to the product or service they’re working in, delivery of the food, healthcare, etc. gets MORE efficient, not less. And the real cost of a pizza or a cart of groceries at Walmart, or whatever, is in the price of the pizza or the cart of groceries, then people see the real price and decide how much to buy. Right now, for example, the average cost to taxpayers of food stamps for the low income people working at Walmart amounts to over half a million per store. The cost is there. If it were ‘moved’ over to being paid by Walmart in the form of higher wages, the costs are the same, and they get their income without all the bureaucracy of administration of foodstamps. As I said, unless foodstamps is really the most efficient way to get food to people (better than wages and the market), then the cost of doing that should go down. Same with healthcare/Medicaid. So maybe you should do a little of that reading you were talking about.

          • Guest

            Such a simplistic (not realistic) view. The bottom line is ObamaCare is going to cost us all—and most importantly, the businesses, who in turn have to layoff people anyway. You make a crazy assumption that the rest of us are pleased with the record amount of people on food stamps. Let’s see….are you going to still need that loaf of bread or gallon of milk anyway? Let’s get back to the issue you were addressed with—your nutbag assumption that one company lays off and another magically hires them. Nowhere in your nonsensical rant did you address that, because you in fact, cannot. The conversation is over on my side—-your idiocy cannot be reasoned with and you have proven it.

          • oldwoman

            You apparently can’t read any better than you can reason. My original point was that if people boycott Papa Johns or Dennys, they’ll still be eating somewhere, and hopefully it will be someplace where they’re not intending in advance to retaliate against employees because politics didn’t go their way. It’s a “nutbag” assumption that when business gets better for a business–Joe’s Restaurant in my comment–they hire more people? As a business owner for many years, that “nutbag” assumption has been my experience. As for my last comment, I made no assumption about who’s pleased with food stamps, or not. I said that the cost of the working poor getting adequate food and healthcare is already there and we’re all paying it already–it’s just removed over to the government bureaucracy side, paid for as taxes for Medicaid and food stamps, instead of being done on the private business side, as wages and group coverage, where it would cost less and be more efficient–at least if conservatives are right about how private is always better.

          • Guest

            Joe’s is still dealing with the same situation. I get your point, you are putting your fist in the air and screaming “workers of the world unite”. Your assumption rounding RIGHT BACK to layoffs being retaliation negates everything you attempted to say. Seriously? They are laying off due to politics? This is why no one can talk to someone like you, you start with a false assumption and build off of it, and fight it to the death. Enjoy the fall.

          • oldwoman

            As usual, conservatives think they win an argument if they call people names. Some of us grew out of that habit when we were 8. Nonetheless, if Joe’s is a small company, they won’t even be covered by the law. If they are covered they’re in the same boat as everyone else who’s covered. They’ll all raise prices a little (even the screamers like Papa John are talking 10 to15 cents on a $12 pizza), some businesses will cover more people. Some businesses will just keep people part time, as they do now to make them ineligible for benefits. And more people will get private coverage, either through employers or exchanges, and will not need to be using expensive ER visits and “charity” care that we all pay for already, so those costs and programs diminish. Overall, it moves costs from one pocket to another, and may diminish them if the private market is actually more efficient at providing services than the government.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Not trying to win an argument with you–you can’t be reasoned with. Private insurance will be a thing of the past. And you sure were quick to insult all conservatives based on a conversation with one.Seems like you have the problem here.

          • oldwoman

            I think you were the one who started with the “liberal” and fist in the air workers unite crappola. So if I have a problem, it seems you share it…on top of not being able to refute anything I’ve said.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Knickers in a knot dear?

          • oldwoman

            Not at all. You? And still waiting on the location of the factual refutation of something I said.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            And good Doctors…they’ll all be paid the same.

          • oldwoman

            See how you backed right off that argument you picked in the first place about businesses hiring when business is good? And now you’re onto something else. Joe’s MIGHT, if it’s big enough to even be covered, and if it has people who are full time now but don’t already get benefits, have some increased costs. So will some other businesses. So they’ll raise their prices a little. Most people won’t care. Most people aren’t going to not eat out over the difference between a $11.95 and $12.10 pizza, or similar. Meantime, the people who get coverage from all the businesses no longer have to rely on expensive ER, or charity care from the hospitals or Medicaid–so those costs go down. In one pocket, from another.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Haven’t backed off of the argument. And who picked it? Hmmm.

          • oldwoman

            Have you noticed how you haven’t SUBSTANTIVELY refuted a single thing I’ve said? That’s called losing the argument.

          • EastValleyConservative

            By your standards and your standards alone–refuted it several times over, your non-acceptance of it does not make it a winning argument on your side. But carry on. You aren’t going to hear what you want, so I suggest you move on. Did you vote for Obama? If so, you are getting what you want. Own it.

          • oldwoman

            Still waiting for you to show me one place where you refuted something I said–factually. And you’re right–I am determined.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Still talking I see.

          • oldwoman

            And still waiting.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            Your also assuming that people will boycott…only extremists and you see how well that worked out for Chick-fil-a

          • Terry

            You are wrong in your original premise. a) If Dennys or Papa Johns goes out of business, look at all the people who won’t have jobs and can’t afford to go out to eat ; b) the other restaurants will have to raise their prices too, because they are faced with the same burden. Employers are NOT responsible for paying for you to go to the doctor for personal conditions. Many employers do offer insurance in lieu of higher wages for the employees (aka a “benefit”). The problem with Obamacare is that it requires many of these employers to get a much more expensive coverages that meet with The One’s “approval” (e.g. cover abortions and birth control) Obamacare is going to make many millions of people lose the insurance they had thru their employer, and get their hours cut or even lose their jobs. So far the media covered a law suit on the constitutionality of the individual mandate (which Roberts got horrifically wrong) and a little bit on the suit filed by major religions. Is there a case for employers to sue saying the Feds have no authority to make them buy personal insurance for their employees? Why not make all employers buy all their employees a new car, every 3 years, so they have decent transport to work? I know there are fed laws on minimum wage, safety requirements for the workers and state laws requiring workers comp coverage if employees get hurt on the job, but why should employers be responsible for paying for employees off-the-job injuries and illnesses? I buy my own insurance, which won’t meet with Obama’s ‘approval’ because I don’t need abortion or birth control coverage. Now I’m going to be forced to pay increased premiums to get coverage that there is NO chance I will never use. And I abhor the thought of abortions, it’s murder. Gee, thanks…

          • oldwoman

            You are wrong on many counts. First: if one restaurant chain goes out of business, the people who used to go there don’t just stop eating–they eat somewhere else, and someone has to work at the somewhere else. There’s a brief disruption, and then someone else takes over the business–just like when Montgomery Wards went out of business, people didn’t stop buying the stuff Wards sold–they went to Sears or Penneys or wherever. And those businesses then had more business and needed more workers, or staved off cutting workers. It’s a market economy. And “Obamacare” from an employer’s standpoint in retail or restaurant will change little. Most of them already try to severely limit how many people are full time because most of them already offer health coverage and other benefits to full time employees. That won’t change. Second, the law also allows “grandfathered” coverage that was already in place to keep the same content, even if it doesn’t meet the standards for new coverage, so the argument that it’s going to make employers buy more coverage is wrong. Third, the most that an employer will be liable for is $3000 per full-time employee, and that’s only if they offer no coverage. If they offer some coverage, they’ll only get charged for the people who go to government coverage because of unaffordability of the employer plan, and small employers get assistance from tax credits to provide the coverage. Why not make employers provide a car? Well, lack of a car is not life-threatening. It’s a little different.

          • Terry

            You missed my point, many people aren’t going to be able to afford to go out to eat pretty soon. When Wards went out of business, Penneys and Sears didn’t have to contend with ObamaCare so their prices remained as they were. There is no “Grandfather” of insurance under Obamacare! If the insurance plan isn’t “approved” per Obama’s standards, the fine kicks in! Unless the company got a ‘waiver’, which Obama handed out to those who supported him financially. But even the waivers only are good for a limited period of time (and are highly illegal) Funny thing about our constitution, it doesn’t allow for the president to get to pick and choose favorites under the law. The law must be applied equally to everybody, or it isn’t a valid law.

          • oldwoman

            There is, in fact, grandfathering of plans that existed before. You do have to read actual regulatory websites (that tell businesses how to comply with the law) rather than right-wing propaganda.

          • Terry

            Regulatory websites that tell companies how to comply with the law are pretty much worthless. (kinda like taking tax advice from someone that answers an 800#.) If you want to know how to comply with a law, ya need to read it. Not propaganda, just the facts. I wish you well in the coming months (seriously).

          • oldwoman

            And I didn’t miss your point, it’s just more propaganda.

          • ImTheNana

            AKA she didn’t understand a thing you said, Terry.

          • oldwoman

            Try Google. The interwebs are our friend. Maybe something like healthcare reform grandfathering plans, or some such. You can see insurance company websites that talk about it, and regulatory websites, and all kind of information that you will now deny is there. I can’t fix stupid. So long.

          • Terry

            LOL. Sorry to hear about your disability, but I agree, ya can’t fix stupid. Good luck with your grandfathered insurance.

          • ImTheNana

            It’s bigger than that, because those who supply the restaurant also suffer loss, and risk closing. And due to that loss, can no longer afford to go out to eat, no matter where they originally ate out. And all the employees at both the restaurant and the suppliers now also cannot afford to buy new clothes, new cars, etc., so those businesses hurt as well. And so on.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            Walmart probably has the most people on welfare.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            Great comeback guest..andI agree

      • Guest

        Um–wrong. Someone else made the absurd assumption that firing at one place would result in hiring at another. This in my opinion is about the same. These other places are experiencing the same consequences, they just haven’t told you yet. Small businesses are being expected to shoulder a huge cost to provide health insurance, it’s a given that they are going to have to cut costs somewhere, or in most cases, whittle down to keep from being penalized with the cost. While you say they will go elsewhere, you have forgotten who is also affected by the boycott. Employees that might have stayed on. So when people decide to boycott over hiring freezes and cuts, they urge more of the same. That’s very shortsighted.

      • http://www.facebook.com/matt.robinson.75 Matt Robinson

        The idea that a mom and pop place could afford these new cost increases is naive. they will be the first ones to go. and although the companies in question are big, the actual venues are independently owned franchises…they are actually owned by families, they are not “the greedy rich” the left so likes to demonize.

        • oldwoman

          Mom and Pop places mostly aren’t even covered by the law.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane
          • oldwoman

            Try reading the actual requirements of the law. If you have fewer than 50 FT equivalent employees, a business is exempt from employer requirement penalties–they don’t have to provide insurance, and they don’t pay a penalty if their people go to exchanges for individual coverage. If they want to give insurance anyway, the law requires that group plans from 2 people up have to be guarantee reissue–they can’t cancel because of health of participants like they can now. If they provide coverage, small businesses can get immediate tax credits of 35% to help pay for it, and that goes up to 50% in 2014. So a business of two, like your link talks about, can do group coverage, and will get help to pay for it, if that’s what they want. Otherwise, they can buy individual coverage and have no penalty to their business.

        • Guest

          Matt–I suggest you don’t even try to have a conversation with this person. The only thing left for them to do is to stick their fist in the air and scream “workers of the world unite”. Instead of openly admitting what they are advocating, they instead cloak it with watered down b.s. Why I don’t know—the socialists and marxists took their masks off a long time ago.

          • oldwoman

            No you really shouldn’t have a conversation with me–because I’m talking facts, and you’re just spouting sky is falling propaganda and calling people names like 2 year olds. Haven’t heard one of you yet refute the real substance of my comments.

          • EastValleyConservative

            Yet you still are foaming at the mouth. People have refuted you over and over, you don’t like what you hear. That doesn’t make you right….it merely makes you determined…..

          • oldwoman

            Why don’t you show me where there’s been a FACTUAL refutation of what I’ve said about the costs of healthcare and wages.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            21 new taxes?

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            Was there substance?

          • ImTheNana

            Helps if you take your fingers out of your ears and stop singing Lalala at the top of your lungs, dear.

        • oldwoman

          If they’re really small businesses, they won’t even be covered by the law. If they are–they’ll largely keep doing the same thing that retail/restaurant trade does now–keep most people part time so you don’t have to give them benefits. At least once the program’s in effect, they’ll have the option to get exchange coverage if they can afford to, and not have ridiculously priced non-group private coverage as their only option.

          • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

            Isn’t that what Dennys and Papa John’s is doing?

          • oldwoman

            Well, it might be, if they’d actually incurred any costs already. But since the provisions on employers aren’t in effect yet, it seems like they’re currently trying to make a political point.

          • ImTheNana

            It’s called being prepared for when they have to pay, as $8 million doesn’t magically appear, no matter what you Libs and Progs think

          • oldwoman

            I see. Well, that explains raising prices a little. What explains the suggestion that people take it out of tips to the wait staff?

          • Terry

            Until Obamacare, there was no law saying employers had to buy insurance for their employees. Your assumption that businesses, to this point, keep workers part time so they don’t have to give them “benefits” makes no sense whatsoever. This may be true in unionized companies, but in that case, you can blame the union, not the employer. There are federal laws requiring how many hours/week a person under age 18 or in school are allowed to work, but not adults. And “really small” business are too impacted by the law. When they purchase supplies from larger employers, they are going to have to pay more, which is going to cause their prices to have to rise. In some cases, no doubt, they are going to fail because of this law. Here’s the thing I don’t get about liberals who think business owners are “greedy”: If I own a restaurant, should I sell food at exactly what it costs me to make the meal so I’m not being ‘greedy’? If yes, how the hell am I supposed to support my own family and grow my business?

          • oldwoman

            I worked in restaurants and retail as a young adult, and for a very long time worked with people in those businesses, both management and workers, and they very carefully keep people under the hours that their policies deemed full-time, so they weren’t eligible for benefits. Worked with management in those businesses, and had discussions with them that it was their policy and goal to do so. Union and non-union. It may make no sense, but it’s what they do. Prices will rise–hopefully only to the extent necessary to incorporate the cost of the healthcare. But each person whose cost is transferred to the employer’s prices is one more who doesn’t get free healthcare on the public dole–so the cost there goes down, while the cost at the employer goes up. We pay it either way, and hopefully it will be a more efficient use of the money in the private system than in the public. Isn’t that the essence of market efficiency?

          • Terry

            There has never been a law requiring employers to provide “benefits” to employees, full-time or part time. The restaurant you worked in must have had a voluntary program on which employees get benefits. ERISA law requires that if employers are going to offer benefits, they can’t be discriminatory in the process, but it doesn’t require employers to offer benefits in the first instance. I would suspect you worked for a big chain, like McDonalds? I think you are about to be in for the sticker-shock of your life. Transportation cost increases due to rising fuel costs, inflation due to Obama printing so much money the saw-buck is getting to be worthless, food price increases due to this summer’s drought. We’re all gonna be hosed within the next 6-12 months.

          • ImTheNana

            And because they can’t afford loss leaders or large dips in revenue, they will be the first to go under. Elections have consequences.

        • ImTheNana

          And they are shopped by those who will be going out of business, so a double whammy

    • http://www.danajanedesigns.com/ Danajane

      That’s right, it wouldn’t do any good anyway restaurants will be doing the same everywhere. They don’t really have a choice.

      • Terry

        It’s not just restaurants. Everything you purchase in this country is about to get more expensive. Especially when businesses fail or give up, and you have less choices. (Supply and Demand)

  • Jack Deth

    Is anyone else getting the distinct vibe that the immediate reactions of libs within and without the Obama monarchy are becoming more and more “Jerk” than “Knee Jerk”?

    It’s a good thing I like Denny’s.

    • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

      I miss the $2.99 Grand Slam =(

      • TheOriginalDonald

        They still have it, adjusted for inflation.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      I love Denny’s and IHOP! <3

    • http://twitter.com/thetugboatphil TugboatPhil

      I like Dennys, but am more of a Waffle House guy.

      • AMERICAN Kafir™(KAdams)

        Waffle House owns. Owns! (read: pwns) “Greasy spoons” are an enjoyable aspect of Americana!

  • Garth Haycock

    It is just mind boggling how stupid liberals like Donna Brazile is. She truly does not understand how a business works, nor do the countless other sheep that sing praises to Obama.

    • http://twitter.com/Justhugh2u Hugh Thomas Smalley

      obama and her know what they are doing, all leading to single payer medicaid for all

  • http://twitter.com/KimPryce2 Kim Pryce

    Well, if people can afford a $10 latte at Starbucks…a bit of a surcharge won’t even be noticed. (I’m against obama care by the way! and I hate starbucks…rather go to McDonalds for a coffee!) PapaJohns anyone?

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Yes, Papa Johns for all!

  • riddler1620

    Four bucks coffee will be the next to announce plans to pass on the cost of Obamacare.
    Then we will see the third ring of hell descend on the upper west side. A lib without coffee is a horrible.

    • redheadgrl

      Actually, SBucks already provides healthcare coverage for all employees, even it they are part timers. That is why it’s already $4.

  • http://www.freedomreconnection.com/ FreedomRecon

    Ok wait, they toldm Papa Johns to raise the price if pizza and don’t cut hours due to Obamacare, yet now they are mad that Dennys is going to raise prices due to Obamacare? Makes sense?

    • Canadian in USA

      To libs, yes.

      • Vennoye

        Does it seem to all of you that they are becoming like packs of roaming, vicious dogs???

        • mike_in_kosovo

          Becoming? You haven’t been paying attention. :)

    • http://twitter.com/ramskates Rae Ann McCurry

      This is the result of all the new math they are teaching in schools now.

  • linnicy

    Front of WSJ today; Obama wants 1.6 trillion more in taxes!!! that is right 1.6 trillion. Is he nuts? Well, we know he is. That is over and above the taxes from Obamacare. Call every congress man u know. BO really does think he is Emperor now. He got no mandate, but he is playing like he did. Libs will be in the same breadline with us.

  • JustLikeAnimals

    Can’t wait!!! In about 3 weeks all the blubberals will start passing out from starvation because they boycott all the restaurants and supermarkets that up-charge their pricing to cover the added cost of doing business added to their P&L’s by Obama’s sacrosanct “ACA” (which will be ALL of the restaurants and supermarkets!!!) Dumbasses.

  • Liberal Hater

    So wait: when papa johns said they had to cut hours, libs whined its only 14 cents more per pizza to cover Obamacare. Now Denny’s says it needs to raise the cost to cover it, and libs say that horrible. Boycott them too???? Do these fucktards ever realize how fucking stupid they are?

    • Joe W.

      Apparently not. they re-elected the sumbitch, did they not??

      • TheOriginalDonald

        Joe W said “Apparently not. they re-elected the scumbum, did they not??”

        (this comment was edited for broadcast)

    • oldwoman

      A little mirror time seems in order.

    • oldwoman

      Do you realize how juvenile it is to think you win an argument by calling people names?

  • Ariadnea

    Let these people sell lemonade for a change, see how they would do. USA`s education system should be ashamed of themselves for producing financial and economic nincompoops, and most of all for producing a financial and economic illiterate of a President with his clueless ruling gangs.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      They’d need to get business licenses and all for that.

  • VirginiaGirl

    This proves it once again….Math is still hard…

  • Joe W.

    Ancalime asks, “What’s wrong with everything today??”—Two words, darlin’— Barack Obama.

    • BossyBlonde

      FTW!

    • leoangel

      oh i so wish i could like this 1,000,000 times!

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dave-Arnold/583280923 Dave Arnold

    Looks like another business to my ADD & SUPPORT list: Papa Johns, Chick-Fil-A, Waffle House, Applebees, Red Lobster and Denny’s. Looks like I have a lot of work to do.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      A lot of delicious work to do..

  • riddler1620

    Starbucks may very well provide healthcare but with Obamacare the government determines if that health plan is acceptable. Hence the threat of dropping existing coverage in many areas and forcing employees into government exchanges. For heavens sake, this is not rocket science.

  • IfYouHaveToAsk

    I can’t afford to patronize all the places being boycotted.

  • SansMercy

    Wait till they realize everything they have is gone and they were actually enjoying the fruits of capitalism the entire time.

  • http://IKnowBO.com/ Slam1263

    Coming from the HuffPOS’ this is hilarious.
    I remember way back when, HuffPOS sold for 300mill, and the writers got zed.
    Where was the lefty outrage then?

  • orringtonmom (D)

    i like the show ‘hardcore pawn’ and my favorite stupid people are the ones that come in with some rare treasure they want to sell. after the expert appraises their find at, say, $2000, they actually think that the pawn guy is going to give them $2000 for it… the pawn shop owner says “hey, i gotta make a profit.” the seller then says, “but he just said it’s worth $2000. I want $2000 for it.” they take $1000 for it, but not before stating that they feel they have been ripped off.

    these people calling for boycotts think that owner’s are ripping off customers, that they should only have to pay for the cost of what they are consuming. they think they are getting ripped off when the owner factors in the cost of doing business. guess what, guys. you are also helping to pay for the lights and plumbing and rent, too.

    • TheOriginalDonald

      wrong show. “Pawn Stars” is what you’re thinking of.

      Although “Hardcore Pawn” does prove there are more idiots in Detroit than in Alabama and Mississippi COMBINED.

      • orringtonmom (D)

        doh. pawn stars. there you go… thanks.

        • TheOriginalDonald

          you’re welcome :)

      • Hello Jerry (D)

        Hardcore Pawn- Obama supporters in Detoilet at their finest.

  • riddler1620

    They think the lights, water and gas are free for the evil business owner and the evil business owner is just looking to throw granny off the cliff.

    • Vennoye

      NO, they just want what they want………they don’t even think about lights, water and gas. Those things are WAY above their pay grade (or intelligence)!!

  • riddler1620

    What the hell is fair fade coffee?

  • C Miller

    If all the libs boycott these places, my dining experience will certainly be improved!!!

  • texan59

    The good news here is that it will be much more enjoyable frequenting these establishments. I won’t have to listen to the nonsensical babbling of an obama voter. Woohoo!

  • BeeKaaay

    My boss wants to take us out to lunch, so guess where I’ll be recommending? You betcha.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/KDX6MKQ3V5OZ3RG5FXUQIAJ5DU John

    Maybe these people should consider learning to cook. They’ll assuage their egos and save money at the same time.

    • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

      Some grocery store will piss them off and then they’d starve.

  • http://erickbrockway.com/ Erick Brockway

    Elections have consequences. Libs don’t mind paying higher taxes, I don’t mind a surcharge if it keeps the libs away.

  • https://twitter.com/AlessaRosewater Maria

    What a bunch of idiots who think that law will save money. Haha. I am so going to Denny’s now! I, at least, will be guaranteed not to have to sit next to a flaming Liberal while eating.

  • SineWaveII

    Wow. At this rate liberals are going to starve to death.

  • HappyHarriett

    I like Denny’s idea. I wish every single company in America would clearly state separately their exact costs for Obamacare, as Denny’s is doing. Please – more of this, not less.

    And I do hope those liberal progressive airheads stay out of Denny’s so we Conservatives can dine where we find like minded people who can speak English, write a proper sentence, share ideas, respect differences, keep the peace, and support businesses that are the backbone of America.

    This is starting to look very appealing – not having to listen to empty headed conversations from neighboring tables.

    • Mickey James

      A french slam would be so much more enjoyable.

  • Michael Rice

    SHouldn’t the idiots who voted for Obama like the surcharge? Obama mandates an expensive program and paases teh costs to business owners…where did you think they were going to pass the costs onto? Wait, all business owners are rich greedy whtie guys….so, who cares?

  • Michael Rice

    Company has unaffordable expenses….let’s boygott them and drive revenue down so they have lss money and need to layoff people Liberal logic is so profound..

  • Michael Rice

    Wait, I thought the election was supposedly a clear mandat of the American people in favor of Barry….lol

  • http://twitter.com/EFPanknin Eric Panknin

    I like when Milton Friedman said: “If you put the government in charge of the Saharan Desert, all the sand would be gone in five years.”

    • stuckinIL4now

      Do you think 5 years might be an overestimate? With these libturds in charge, I’m not sure it would last half that long.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jimileejames Jimi Lee James

    Listen, my insurance went up by over $135 a month, because under ObummerCare, my plan was considered a “Cadillac Plan”, which is not the gov’t business, since i pay for it out of pocket, ObummerCare also limits my FSA, so I pay more in taxes to cover my deductibles(I can go on and on as to how ObummerCare has raised the price of my insurance…but I won’t)…so Libs whining about a 5cent surcharge does not impress me!!!

  • Conrad2010

    Liberals are going to be kept busy boycotting with all these cutbacks.
    Oh well. They’ve got to keep busy doing something. There’s no jobs to look for.

  • Conrad2010

    Liberals need to be Boycotting THEIR government. For there is where their problems are born. Stupid is as stupid does.

  • http://twitter.com/DaveBorlandPhD Dave Borland

    once again I say that the boycotts are nonsense. None of the establishments mentioned accept food stamps so they have nothing to worry about. The people who threaten boycott dont eat there anyway.

  • Michelle

    Wouldn’t it be fantastic if Internet providers and mobile phone companies announced hiring freezes and layoffs due to Obamacare and these dipwads boycotted THOSE companies? Just think how enjoyable the Interwebz would be without them and their ignorant rants. I have a dream…

  • Back 4 More

    I thought they all said they would be happy to pay a little more if it meant people could have health care. I wonder what happened to that.

  • medicvet

    What I think makes this so much worse than any other restaurant chain is that even the other ceo’s who were cutting their employees hours because of “obamacare” didn’t stoop so low as to tell patrons to TIP THE STAFF LESS!!! What a complete douchenozzle.

  • http://twitter.com/Schtuperman Mike Lovelace

    The utter cluelessness of people who champion Obamacare, with no concept of the massive costs upon businesses, and not a shred of common sense about where the money to pay for such nonsense is derived, is both hilarious and mind boggling. So keep up the wishful thinking folks, and stop complaining when you are a 29 hour per week part-time employee…

  • Gallatin

    Wait a second, why are they going to boycott Denny’s? I saw on the Papa John’s post libtards saying that they wouldn’t mind paying a little more for a pizza to insure Papa’s employees. So now we have someone charging a little more to keep his employees employed and to insure them and the libtards don’t like that?

    • irishgirl91

      They never follow their thinking through to the end. Very knee-jerk. Papa John says it will cut hours and hiring to implement,Dennys will add surcharge,same-same,both bad to dems. What they ultimately want is for all business owners to earn min. wage,no more. What they don’t see is that many business owners do live on about that after they pay their employees,taxes and put money back into their business. They think all owners live in the 40,000 sq.ft home.

  • o0Nighthawk0o

    Wow, a business owner passing the rising cost of doing business on to the customer? Whoda thunk it??

    • emiliekyle

      Yeah, where’s all the outrage for small & large fuel surcharges for rental, courier, shipping, etc. .. rates over the past few years?!

  • ImASassyBlonde

    Last time I talked to a business owner, their main objective is to MAKE MONEY not to provide jobs/benefits for others. “I’m going to open a business so I can provide people with jobs and health insurance.” Said no business person. Ever.

    • Silenttype78

      Exactly!!!

  • SFerggie

    To all you dumb@$$e$ that wanted Obamacare and are threatening
    a boycott because they are adding the surcharge the difference between them and
    other companies is they list it up front so you know you are going to pay for
    it. Others are going to raise their prices and not make it obvious. You idiots
    are going to pay for it like it or not. F liberal morons!

    • AndreaKlett

      These sheeple are so freakin’ brain-dead it boggles the mind. What will it take for them to get a clue?

  • vcferlita

    Any outrage over John Stryker firing employees over Obamacare? I doubt it.

  • ceallie

    Where was the outrage when bars and restaurants had to rise prices and lay off employees to make up for lost income due to the smoking bans. No outrage when small bizs and mom/pop stores closed due to lost revenue.

  • $24698634

    Does this guy know that Palm Beach County voted for Obama by more than 100K votes and a margin of 58% to 41%? Talk about alienating your customer base.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DJCF5UZOGPSFW5STZQMSVG343M ajs3176

      Don’t think he cares. You won, deal with it…

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_DJCF5UZOGPSFW5STZQMSVG343M ajs3176

      Don’t think he cares. You won, deal with it…

    • http://www.facebook.com/matt.robinson.75 Matt Robinson

      and what does this have to do with alienation. these companies are facing a reality that every business will soon come to face…not making a political statement. and to imply that they would do so at the cost of theirs and their employees livelihood is absurd. demonize business and success all you want, but in two years when all the liberals wonder why every business is boarded up and come asking for the rights help, we will take no pleasure in the delivery of this “i told you so” because we all lose.

      • $24698634

        As an independent, I’m with the liberals on this one.  I’m tired of paying for others insurance.  If Obamacare needs work, fix it.  But figure out a way to get more people covered, without the emergency room solution.

  • Ben Ulferd

    Bring the surcharge on, I’ll be happy to pay it. If an increase in price is what’s required to make sure their employees and families have healthcare, so be it. It’s the Christian thing to do and I’m sure the Moral Majority would agree.

    • http://www.facebook.com/matt.robinson.75 Matt Robinson

      You shouldnt be happy about it…but considering this was forced on employers and citizens, i think the charge on consumers is the best way to go for the business. let the people that voted him in again pay the bill for his crippling “reform”

  • stuckinIL4now

    The stoopid little Dooms might as well boycott. They’ll need to save all the money from their 10-hours per week jobs to pay the ObamaScareTAX. And they might as well not be eating at these places since FLOTUS Mooch disapproves anyway cuz ya’ know things like pizza and pancakes’n’sausage’n’bacon aren’t good for you, and well, they’re all gonna need to be in much better health bcuz soon there won’t be no doctors or medical care and they’ll be lucky if the DC bureaucrats will let them see the doctors anyway.

  • TundraThunder

    I can imagine those people digging deeply on the web to find out what eateries are left or right of center and boycotting accordingly.
    Next they’ll want to find out who the employees voted for. Eventually they’ll eat nowhere outside their homes.

  • TundraThunder

    I can imagine those people digging deeply on the web to find out what eateries are left or right of center and boycotting accordingly.
    Next they’ll want to find out who the employees voted for. Eventually they’ll eat nowhere outside their homes.

  • Symph2001

    What’s the whining? Obviously you all slept through econ class. Everything ‘free’ has to be funded by someone. By someone I mean people who have jobs and cash. Wait YOU have jobs and cash?!? Looks like you get to help the rest of us pay for your ideals and fantasies. Congrats!

  • Symph2001

    What’s the whining? Obviously you all slept through econ class. Everything ‘free’ has to be funded by someone. By someone I mean people who have jobs and cash. Wait YOU have jobs and cash?!? Looks like you get to help the rest of us pay for your ideals and fantasies. Congrats!

  • EastValleyConservative

    Leftists (Donna Brazille–geez) are clueless when it comes to cold hard facts. This costs money, and they simply expect employers to absorb the cost. Because you see, it isn’t enough to just get their ObamaCare in place—now they want to force employers to just simply take the hit with no consequences. Well, elections have consequences, you wanted your ObamaCare. You got it. Live with it.

  • EastValleyConservative

    Leftists (Donna Brazille–geez) are clueless when it comes to cold hard facts. This costs money, and they simply expect employers to absorb the cost. Because you see, it isn’t enough to just get their ObamaCare in place—now they want to force employers to just simply take the hit with no consequences. Well, elections have consequences, you wanted your ObamaCare. You got it. Live with it.

  • Terry

    I think Denny’s should go one step further. Instead of listing only the Obamacare costs as a separate line item, list ALL taxes separately.

    2 eggs and bacon = $2.00

    city tax = .16
    state tax = .30
    social security tax = .16
    medicare tax = .14
    property tax = .04
    sales tax = .14
    unemployment tax= .20
    Obamacare tax = . 16
    Total tab = 3.48
    Would you like toast with that??

  • Terry

    I think Denny’s should go one step further. Instead of listing only the Obamacare costs as a separate line item, list ALL taxes separately.

    2 eggs and bacon = $2.00

    city tax = .16
    state tax = .30
    social security tax = .16
    medicare tax = .14
    property tax = .04
    sales tax = .14
    unemployment tax= .20
    Obamacare tax = . 16
    Total tab = 3.48
    Would you like toast with that??

  • http://www.facebook.com/matt.robinson.75 Matt Robinson

    Funny…none of these people have a problem with the extra costs of ObamaCare, unless the burden falls on THEIR shoulders. Typical left. they complain about lay offs due to costs, so Denny’s CEO comes up with a way not to punish employees, and arrogant left whines that THEY dare charge them for the law they passed?

  • Thin Ice

    Why does one start a business? Nothing better to do with their time? To pay taxes, to hire people, or maybe for fun? No. To make a profit-no profit-no Business! Keep screwing around adding taxes and fees (which the consumer ultimately pays) and we all get screwed! If we had an IDIOT tax America alone would resolve the deficit in record time.

  • http://www.facebook.com/cyndi.booth.7 Cyndi Booth

    I’m sure Papa John’s and Denny’s is hoping for the same kind of boycott Chick-Fi-La got

    • Hello Jerry (D)

      Yep, that boycott went over real well. This boycott will be just the same!

  • Hello Jerry (D)

    I think I will be eating at Denny’s more often. Suck it Obamatards!

  • http://twitter.com/Valyssss Valyss

    Liberals. And his harakiri. Now I fear that lies ahead, a massive oibara (追い 腹 or 追 腹?) Or tsuifuku (追 腹?). MASSIVE.

  • V the K

    Liberals shocked to learn that free health care isn’t free

  • Trees

    I would GLADLY pay a 5% surcharge to my Denny’s bill if it means the waiters and others who work there get health insurance. Wake up, people.

  • michael s

    Denny’s was founded on racism. Lets not forget how black Secret service agents had to sue this corporation. LEO’S with full credentials being mistreated. I support a boycott of this establishment. I just find it amazing how multi million dollar corps are claiming they’ll be harmed. Obamcare is the law of the land. Even Florida Gov Scott isn’t going to fight against the affordable heath care act.

  • lillymckim

    How many Libs does it take to boycott every business in the USA? This is becoming hilarious!

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/markchristopherfrimmel/songs markchristopher

    I boycot Denny’s but for a completely different reason. My wife found a grilled roach in her omelette. Thank the Lord she looked. We walked out (should’ve raised hell).

  • http://www.reverbnation.com/markchristopherfrimmel/songs markchristopher

    I boycot Denny’s but for a completely different reason. My wife found a grilled roach in her omelette. Thank the Lord she looked. We walked out (should’ve raised hell).