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chatttown said...

Personally, I don't have any problems with immigrants coming in, illegal or legal. All that I have known and worked with have been fine. They work hard to get here, sometimes risking their lives, and once here many work hard. They work hard for crap wages to support their families. Personally, I think the best thing would be to encourage more to get TIN numbers so they can pay into the system. Those that commit hard crimes, in my opinion, should be sent to prison like any other person.

May 13, 2011 at 7:18 p.m.
chatttown said...

As Republicans scramble to rework the plan to overhaul the state’s tax code, critics say the latest version leaves a $220 million hole in the budget — creating more problems than it would solve. Way to solve the problem!

April 8, 2011 at 10:58 p.m.
chatttown said...

Nice Haslam, another great victory for the rich! My fellow Tennesseans get ready, Haslam is in it for big business. Forget the citizenry. I am still mad over him trying to make it so amazon wont collect sales tax in TN. Instead he says the citizens already are required to report internet transactions, yeah right. We built up the Enterprise South area, widened the interstate, added other infrastructure (electricity water) and now no taxes from them. That was a slap in the face to all small business owners in the area that already have trouble competing with internet sales. Way to support small business and Tennessee.

April 8, 2011 at 10:56 p.m.
chatttown said...

Haslam duplicity is legendary. It is so amazing how he says one thing and then does another. God help us!

April 8, 2011 at 10:46 p.m.
chatttown said...

Anyone interested seeing a little of their government's disregard for people. Go to the euronews website and go to the no comment section and then go to the link that shows a government van running over 20 protesters. I am glad he is out, hopefully, the people will be represented and will have a chance to get out of poverty.

February 12, 2011 at 12:31 p.m.
chatttown said...

Disappointing. He gets in and calls for transparent government, then says that government officials should not show where they are getting their money from so when they make backdoor deals no one knows. Second, he wants to cut TN income tax, it only affects people making over $3000 in interest or dividends (@ 3% interest, you got to have 300,000 in the bank to get even a cent of tax), not the middle class the rich. Lastly, now he wants to rob the citizens of tax money, the plant already said they are coming so why give up the NEEDED REVENUE. Good strategy for the future, lets cut taxes, education, public works, police funding, and let the middle class continue to struggle. He is only in it for himself and his rich buddies, shame on him. Also, it is a slap in the face to local businesses that have to collect tax, way to be looking out for your Tennesseans!

February 12, 2011 at 11:56 a.m.
chatttown said...

I agree, free the weed, legalize it!

February 9, 2011 at 8:49 p.m.
chatttown said...

If we want good transportation options look at Germany. I lived there when I was younger. You could take a bus, to the train, then to the bus again to travel the from the suburbs to the city and back all hours of the day. Also, a person could drive to the train yard, then take transit from there to go long distances faster than in a car. I remember visiting a friend and I would travel like I was going to knoxville from chattanooga. It was easy, i would take the bus to the train station, then take the train and one connection then the bus to my friend's house. I think a good start would be high speed trains connecting tennessee cities and a high speed train to Atlanta and trollies in our streets. The only problem is that without other forms of transportation other than trains, the transportation would not be very useful to all citizens. City planners would have to make transportation fast, friendly, reliable, and affordible. It was not until just a few months ago that chattanooga bus stops got awnings. We have a long way to go from buses only to trains, busses, cars, and trollies working efficiently and effectivly to move people where they want to go and when they want to go.

April 8, 2010 at 12:23 a.m.
chatttown said...

Bush's watch or Obama's watch it does not matter. This man snapped, was determined, and acted alone. Don't forget that on Bush's watch he started a war with a nation that had nothing to do with 9/11, where we have killed numbers of people and some of our solders did very horrible things to people that had nothing to do with 9/11. And we are still killing people in Iraq because we are already there and we have to fix a country that did nothing to us. Not to mention our service men and women are poorly treated and coming back scared In fact, we sold them weapons to Iraq in the 80's and we trained the same people that we are fighting in Afghanistan. But never mind we all know that now. When timothy McVeigh bombed the federal building where people like "is this man a Christian, Jew, or Budist?" No. People were said that is some crazy guy. Every time someone kills people and we find they are Christian why don't we start blaming Christianity. Or if we find that they play video games why not blame it on that.

November 5, 2009 at 10 p.m.
chatttown said...

25 miles an hour is to slow. However, having lived on that street I know people drive way to fast. It is sometimes dangerous to get in and out of your car because people will gun it and switch lanes towards you when they notice you are trying to get in or out of your car. As well, Rather than slowing down or give some courtesy people will intentionally try to block you from parking on the street even when you use your signal. Or when exiting a space people will do the same. There is a lot of pedestrian traffic on the road and the connecting roads. Turning vehicles will not yield to pedestrians and often speed up or honk when someone tries to cross the street properly. Cars will travel over fifty miles an hour on that road especially when approving central from either side. The intersection of central and mlk has many accidents due to speeding and impatient drivers. At night, drivers often run that light going way to fast. I have seen several bad accidents at that intersection due to careless driving. On a residential street with so much traffic people should not be going so fast. I hate speed cameras, however, I believe a solution would be to raise the speed limit to 30 and cameras should be installed that issue ticked at 35 miles per hour.

November 5, 2009 at 9:21 p.m.
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