It's no secret that Obamacare, otherwise known as the 2010 Affordable Care Act, has inspired fear among many of the most vocal business leaders.
That alarm is largely based on a couple of new rules set to go into effect next year -- chief among them that midsize employers on up will be required to offer affordable health insurance to all of their full-time employees, or else pay penalties.
As a result, some companies warn they will have to raise prices or use cheaper products to cover these costs, and others are threatening to cut worker hours to avoid having to offer employees affordable health insurance.
Still, there's a chance all this hullabaloo might be a bit over the top. Wendy's said as much when they recently announced that they expect Obamacare to only cost the company one-fifth as much as originally estimated.
Who's not believing that line of reasoning? These guys: