SweetCakes's comment history

SweetCakes said...

I agree with Phil Grubb's and SophieD77's comments. This is not a black/white/race issue. This is a Disrespect for the community, Authority and our fellow man issue. We have spent millions of dollars on building and maintaining this park and promoting it as a tourist attraction and now we can't even use it without fearing for our safety! I feel sorry for the tourists that come to Chattanooga because they don't know to stay away from this area. Wonder how the Mayor of Chattanooga and City Council are going to handle it when a tourist gets injured or killed due to this type of problem. How will we look as a tourist destination then? We need to realize that Police and Fire Protection are not free, these services are not the area we need to cut back on if we want to continue to have these services. If the Mayor of Chattanooga and City Council are allowed to continue to take and take and take from these public servants, we are not gonna have any public servants left willing to put their lives on the line for this community!!! I hope the public will support our Police and Fire service employees and let the powers to be know that cutting back on these services is not an option.

March 20, 2011 at 1:30 p.m.
SweetCakes said...

It seems that the elected officials in Chattanooga consistently try to trim the city budget each year by taking away from the city employees. These employees, our Firefighters, Police Officers, public works employees are taking care of us in our time of need 24/7, 365 days a year. It seems to me that they deserve to be taken care of in return. I wish that the council and the community would stand up for them! I hope that the council can find other means to trim the budget instead of taking it out on the employees.

June 29, 2010 at 12:58 a.m.
SweetCakes said...

In reference to the above comments. I CARE what a union official thinks and so do the hundreds of thousands of workers in this country who are UNION MEMBERS, AMERICAN WORKERS and Voters! CONGRESSMAN WAMP promised his support on HR 413 and now has changed his mind. What else will he promise and then change his mind about? We the public, and our elected officials need to support our Firefighters, Police Officers and Paramedics! They have earned the right, by protecting us 24/7, 365 days a year, to be able to sit down and negotiate for better wages and working conditions. Who do you think will be there for you when YOU really need help in an emergency? Congressman Wamp? or your local Fire,Police and EMS workers! I am very disappointed in Congressman Wamp for his decision to withdraw his support on HR 413 and I am sure I am not alone!!!

April 18, 2010 at 12:45 a.m.
SweetCakes said...

All of these young women are beautiful and I wish them luck. I am especially impressed with HEATHER DEDMON. She has overcome so many obstacles in her life and has worked so very hard to get to where she is. She is a fun-loving, beautiful young lady and we are so very PROUD of her! YOU GO GIRl!!!

October 20, 2009 at 3:59 p.m.
SweetCakes said...

I am soooo proud of the members of the Chattanooga Fire Fighters Association,Local 820; our husbands, boyfriends, brothers and sons for taking time out of their busy schedules to donate their time and perform in the Fireman's Fashion Show at the SHe conference. They were great! They raised close to $5,000 for the Red Cross and made all the ladies feel really special.  It was a lot of fun to see them strut their stuff! The ladies loved it! Looking forward to next year's show. These guys deserve the utmost respect for putting their lives on the line every day for the citizens of Chattanooga and for looking realllllly good doing it!!! Thanks Guys for a great time!

July 17, 2009 at 1:12 p.m.

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