published Sunday, April 6th, 2014

The Rant

One thing we know for sure in the search from that missing 777: There sure is a lot of garbage in the sea.

BMW, a German company with a location in South Carolina, seems to be doing well without a union. Investing $1 billion more and 8,800 employees.

Wamp secretly records Scottie Mayfield. So much for trust and transparency. Sounds like more of the same already in Washington.

Scottie Mayfield should stay out of politics and do what he does well -- making ice cream!

Wah, wah, wah. Worldwide, thousands of schools are hundreds of years old and learning is prolific. Another excuse. Deal.

Remember, there is no "I" in team, but there is in Coppinger and Skillern.

If the city owes the school system $11 million in liquor-by-the-drink tax money, why does the school system have to negotiate?

It's amazing the money parents spend for their children's shoes, then say, "Don't get them dirty!" No wonder there's childhood obesity.

Dogs poop all over Walnut Street Bridge. Owners hold leashes while dogs poop. No clean-up. Where's courtesy? Where's responsibility? Where are citations and fines?

Shame on ex-senator, Fred Thompson, for being a shill for a reverse mortgage company and invoking the name of Ronald Reagan in his commercial.

As a taxpayer, I fear Republicans and Democrats more than I fear Putin.

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bludog said...

Gov. Haslem & Sen. Corker need to make up their minds, do they want to be politicians or reps. for VW. They can't be both.

April 12, 2014 at 7:39 p.m.
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