published Sunday, August 11th, 2013

Rant

THE TEA PARTY has constitutional rights to assemble peacefully. That is what they did. Deal with it.

REGARDLESS OF ONE’S political leanings, it is tacky to put a sticker over the face of the president of the United States.

ANTHONY WEINER: “I’m not quitting!” Yep, not quitting the mayor’s race; not quitting sexting; not quitting humiliating his wife; not quitting being an embarrassment.

THE DIXIE CHICKS were practically run out of the country because one questioned Bush and his wars. Where is the “support your president” attitude now?

DREW JOHNSON certainly has every right to print and publish his views. Shame on you for taking away his right and job.

TALK ABOUT DUMBING down. When you terminated Drew your collective IQ went down.

ABOUT TIME Drew Johnson got the boot! He was obnoxious. Please replace with a reasonable Republican viewpoint.

THE 38 PERCENT increase in the mayor’s administrative staffs’ salaries is all you need to know about Andy Berke’s priorities!

EVOLUTION DOESN’T propose a hypothesis for how life began. It only explains how life has changed over time. You can be religious and accept evolution!

THANK YOU, Hamilton County, for the prompt repair of our historical W Road. Now let’s ban bicycles on the W and save lives!

EITHER ENFORCE the Highway 153 “autobahn” 55 mph legal speed limit, or raise it to the 80+ mph the Dale Earnhardt wannabe’s constantly drive it.

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moon4kat said...

Drew Johnson has "every right" to print and publish his own newspaper; but he doesn't own the TFP and has no right to make its rules. As for IQ, Johnson's editorials were rambling diatribes to the point of near-incoherence; packed with data, but not very readable. I thought he must have been smoking something when he wrote them.
We need a viable two-party system, illuminated with rational conservative views. Johnson did not provide much illumination.

August 11, 2013 at 9:42 a.m.
jjmez said...
  • As for IQ, Johnson's editorials were rambling diatribes to the point of near-incoherence;*

Which gave the appearance of him being mentally unstable, and not at all professional. Then when I saw him on local media, I knew my interpretation of him wasn't at all off the mark.

August 11, 2013 at 10:15 a.m.
daytonsdarwin said...

"ABOUT TIME Drew Johnson got the boot! He was obnoxious. Please replace with a reasonable Republican viewpoint."

Yes, it's time to restore those glorious recent Republican values of incessant war and empire-building, military/corporatism using US service personnel as invaders for profits, religious wacko fundamentalism, peeping in bedrooms, and slavery for everyone not a republican nut-job and Christian Reconstructionist.

Who needs freedom when we have Bush, Huckabee, McCain, and the flag-waving, apple-pie eating, and submissive women-wanting Jehovah and Jesus calling the shots.

It's important to keep everybody else in their place.

Maybe you can get Roy Exum to take over. Lookout Mountain's own "StepandFetchit" hasn't met an aristocrat, crooked politician, or fellow do-nothing that he hasn't supported.

Plus, Roy can regale us with more old tired stories about Bear Bryant, his continuing medical problems, and the travils of being a shoo-fly for his grandpappy.

Yes that's the editor the TFP needs. Plus Roy can shout "Mercy, Oh Lordy, Golly Gee, and Jesus" every other paragraph. Return to the good old days of No-Nothing Conservatism. Paplum is just minutes away - give Stepandfetchit Exum a call.

August 13, 2013 at 1:08 p.m.
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