published Sunday, February 2nd, 2014

Rant

The president's State of the Union fiasco was the largest gathering of crooks under one roof in history.

The list of things the GOP legislature doesn't think employees need has expanded from health care and higher wages to now include lunch breaks.

When men make reproductive decisions for women, looks to me like that makes women second-class citizens.

Two things VW needs to learn: sell features, not financing. "Made in Mexico" is not "Made in USA." What market are they after?

Okay, it's freezing in Chattanooga. In Australia it's 120 degrees. They call it global warming, not Chattanooga warming! Don't be so narrow.

I've noticed of late all the folks questioning why we were in Iraq. Where were they before sending Americans there to be killed and maimed?

Obama's executive orders are an end run around our constitution, our Congress and the people.

To public housing residents: Instead of complaining about thermostats at 75, layer clothes and set heat to 65-68 like people paying their own heating bills.

Chattanooga may be the most Bible-minded city in the nation, but it's also the most bigoted and hate-filled. Hard to reconcile the two.

Wow. After watching the Grammy's, I long for the days of Bobby Sherman, David Cassidy and Donny Osmond. Yuck.

Sen. Corker, one would think a millionaire senator could afford a haircut!

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