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"Forward" to the Obama Layoffs

Lance6161 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:09 AM
Kerry, yesterday I was asked for a Thanksgiving donation. For the first time in years, I had to say, "I'm sorry, I can't". Except for my offering at church, I can no longer afford to support charities. We have decided to just offer as much voluteer time as we can.
Lance6161 Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:31 AM
We do trust in Him, so we remain feeling SO blessed with what we have.

Four adult kids, so I know what you mean with the retirement money (USMC ret).

I doesn't go far, and the business is just hangin' in there.

(I'll be 63 in March)
Ronald Reagan Fan Wrote: Nov 09, 2012 9:18 AM
I'm 63 and have to support my son and his wife who are out fo work due to Obama . They ahve two children.

Every month I have to help someone not in my family pay rent, fix a car, buy food.

My retirement money is much less shall we say.

All we can do is call on God to overcome the evil Obama has brought.

 Aggregated at Twitchy are a selection of tweets from small business owners who have been forced, unwillingly, to fire employees in order to survive a second Obama term. Perhaps one of the most poignant was this: "This morning dad was sad because he knew he'd have to lay off people due to ObamaCare costs. #ThanksObama."

There are larger businesses already announcing layoffs, as well. Among those doing so just in the 48 hours since President Obama was reelected are:

Westinghouse, Research in Motion Ltd.,