Carl’s Jr. and Hardees Choking on Obamacare

Obamacare will add between $7 million and $35 million in healthcare costs, money that could have been spent on new restaurants – and NEW JOBS.

In 1941, Carl Karcher was a 24-year-old truck driver for a bakery. Impressed by the large numbers of buns he was delivering, he scrounged up $326 to buy a hot dog cart across from a Goodyear plant. And the war came. So did millions of defense industry workers and their cars. And, soon, Southern California’s contribution to American cuisine — fast food. Including, eventually, hundreds of Carl’s Jr. restaurants. Karcher died in 2008, but his legacy, CKE Restaurants, survives. It would thrive, says CEO Andy Puzder, but for government’s comprehensive campaign against job creation.  Read the full article on WashingtonPost.com.

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1 Response to Carl’s Jr. and Hardees Choking on Obamacare

  1. mrs michelle obama call me at 843-933-2958 name is daniel alston . i am 40 years old and i need help finding a 40 hours a week cooking job so i can help put my 18 year old daugther through college. and remodel my house ,buy a 2005 bmw 528i for $13,000 ,& buy a suzuki hayabusa for $5,000 and open a barbershop (TWO-CENTS UNISEX BARBERSHOP)

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