Why all the layoffs liberals - OBAMACARE - this would not have happened if 0bama were not re-elected?

The First 48 Hours Friday, November 9, 2012 – 2:30 PM In just the first 48 hours since the election, hundreds of companies have already responded by immediately announcing layoffs, plant and store closures along with reducing the number of hours that employees will now be permitted work as full-time employees. There has been an extraordinary acceleration of these types of announcements in just a two day period. Below are just some examples of the enormous increase in adverse company announcements all in just 48 hours since the election. Boeing Corp: Immediately announced in under 24 hours of the election that they will be closing multiple plants in CA and will begin laying off 30% of the executives in their defense unit workforce. Caterpillar Corp: Immediately announced that they will close a major manufacturing plant in MN US Cellular: Announced 1,000 layoffs on Wednesday ING Bank: Announced 2,500 layoffs on Wednesday Pepsi: Announced 4,000 layoffs on Thursday and will immediately begin reducing pension contributions Energizer Battery: Announced 1,500 layoffs on Wednesday Vestas Wind Systems: Announced 3,000 layoffs on Wednesday Darden Restaurants: Announced that they will now limit all full time workers to under 28 hours per week as a direct result of Obama-care West Ridge Mines: Announced they will immediately close a 204 year old coal mining plant as a direct result of the new energy policy restrictions imposed by the Obama administration Target Stores: Announced on Wednesday that they will be closing stores in FL, CO, NC and VA Kmart: Announced on Wednesday that they will be closing stores in IL and NC Harley Davidson: Announced on Wednesday that they will be closing a major facility in TN Bristol Meyers: Announced 500 layoffs Hawker Aircraft: Announced 250 layoffs on Wednesday Pratt Whitney Aircraft: Announced 100 layoffs on Wednesday Westinghouse: Immediately announced that they will close their weapons facility in AL Research in Motion: Announced 200 layoffs on Thursday TE Connectivity: Announced 620 layoffs on Thursday and that they will close their plant in SC Amerdose LLC: Announced 650 layoffs on Thursday (major medical supply company) Husqvarna Corp: Announced 600 layoffs on Thursday (world’s largest supplier of garden tools) SRA Workforce Network: Announced 222 layoffs on Thursday City of Slidell LA: Announced 300 layoffs on Thursday

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unfortunately, these companies are not going to go bankrupt per the obama economic plan. this is just the beginning. and then on top of that he wants 40% income tax for small business. definitely a job creation incentive... More
Answered By: daisy - 11/17/2012
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If you think the layoffs werent already coming, you're a fool.
Answered By: Joe - 11/17/2012
Pouting Republicans who love their political views more than they love the country... More
Answered By: iris054 - 11/17/2012
CEOs told their workers, if Obama wins then its going to bad for them. Pretty much threatening them.
Answered By: I'm a Republican/Liberal - 11/17/2012
Guess what? You are giving examples of an economy in flux. We are not in an economic boom. When is the last time you bought something from Westinghouse? Do you use U.S. cellular? Could businesses be closing because they are becoming obsolete? They are mismanaging their money? They aren't being innovative in... More
Answered By: Ashley - 11/17/2012
Romney could have stopped it instantly? Is anyone stupid enough to believe that?
Answered By: GB - 11/17/2012
Liberals believe that raising the corporate tax, the personal income tax on the wealthy, and imposing ObamaCare tax on businesses will help them hire people and grow. Its idiotic at best... More
Answered By: regulator089 - 11/17/2012
Hawker Aircraft is UK Vestas Wind Systems is Danish Research in Motion is Canadian Husqvarna Corp is Swedish
Answered By: I know you - 11/17/2012
You used that same e-mail the other dude used..1/3 of those companies are not American. We told you dimwit we don't do.. Blackmail...
Answered By: zuma - 11/17/2012
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