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dcruncher said...

This article says the reasons for ousting Littlefield involved the propert and stormwater taxes..That would be some people's main focus, but mine is the mayors blatant disregard for the separation of powers when he made light of emailing a judge and trying to persuade a favorable outcome for the city. The man also wants to use tax money to build TVA a new parking deck which is insane when there's going to be a big void in the TVA building when Cigna moves out in Dec. Why spend 6.5 million now for a promise made in "84?

August 28, 2010 at 1:04 p.m.
dcruncher said...

Hey, dude from memphis. Do you know how to fix a problem? First, you have to acknowledge that there is one. The recall is doing that. Most people here know that Chattanooga has been plagued by corruption and closed door deals. (fact: FBI took out Crutchfield)

My big question: you think it will cost millions. Why? Unless the mayor uses city money for his campaign, oh wait, that's likely. Sorry.. I am just a stupid citizen who's totally out of the loop...But i do have my voice and I will shout out that when elected officials try to influence judges they should be kicked out, fined, and put in jail. End of conversation.

August 27, 2010 at 7:18 p.m.
dcruncher said...

REALLY? How blatantly corrupt can you be, Littlefield?? You should be thrown out of office on these grounds alone!! There's something called the separation of powers that keeps the executives out of the judicial system. Somebody with money, please sue the mayor for his blatant interference with our judicial system! Everyone needs to sign the petition so he can't continue to remain in our political system after his term is up in 3 yrs.

July 27, 2010 at 10:16 a.m.

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