Chatta7's comment history

Chatta7 said...

Cottage cheese is my favorite!!. Sometimes it makes me poot. Whatchu guys talkin about?

July 7, 2011 at 7:03 p.m.
Chatta7 said...

Not a bit of the benefit Volkswagen, Amazon, and others are about to bestow on our community are thanks to unions. People are extremely fortunate to find good paying jobs with one of these companies and are extremely fortunate to receive the benefits they will offer. Do you think these companies are inherently evil and are looking to exploit a work force? BS. They pay a good wage and offer benefits! What is the point of unionizing a plant? There is none. It's a racket. I'm from Illinois where Unions are prevalent, along with the extortion they bring. Why do you think almost every plant built in the last decade is built in the South? Where I'm from laborers at Caterpillar spent more time on strike than at work--and they had amazing pay/benefits! These manufacturers don't want to deal with Unions and I don't blame them.

February 6, 2011 at 1:37 p.m.
Chatta7 said...

Who will step up and sacrifice now for the future of our children? Everyone in the county, state, and nation knows we need to tighten the belt. Nobody is willing to do it. Not even the people that claim to know our children best and speak of how important their future is. "Me and now"

I'm sure it's not as nasty as that in many teacher's heads. It's not any teacher's fault this hasn't been yea'd or nay'd and put to bed. However...

If there was ever a time in the last 50 years for people to suck it up and get back to work, well, that's right now. I can think of plenty of situations in numerous vocations where people are learning what sacrifice means.

February 1, 2011 at 7:16 a.m.
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