So a company received a city contract that has three family members for employees. What's wrong with that? Chattanooga is not that big of a city. It would be almost impossible to find someone who is not a family member working for a company here who receives contracts from the local government.
Police teaming up with the tea party brings back memories of a time most all your police were members of the KKK. Disturbing.
GeorgeRebel it's that kind of talk that inspired Loughner. They honestly believe themselves to be patriotic, law abiding citizens and all others are the nuts, fruitcakes and criminals.
Surely the postal investigators and all involve will secure any and all video recordings. Most of these postal crimes turn out to be insider jobs where the workers have been stealing then claim a robbery or breakin.
northchatt73, many kids would learn more about the birth of Jesus Christ rather than having a two week vacation the month of December. I see no one is ready to go on a Christian Crusade to make that happen.
Yeah! Right! It's all for show.
Anytime I see Gary Balls name attached to a story I'm suspicious. He and that CNAC or CPAC group they created have their own agenda. When the doo doo starts to fly they'll be at a safe and comfortable distance. I wouldn't be at all surprised if all this wasn't some ploy to bring attention and boost their membership. In fact, only about a week ago there as another article talking about their lagging membership and their hopes to boost that membership. As they put it, "There's power in numbers." There's also liars in numbers too. Plus they still have a beef with the mayor. If they had they way Loughner would look like a boyscout throwing a tempter tantrum in comparison.
Police already take their time responding. Their not having a car to take home won't make much of a difference.
Keeping citizens safe? What SAFETY? Our community didn't become peaceful again until cops stopped coming in harassing the citizens.
If one police car parked in a driveway is a deterrant to crime, then several police cars parked on a lot should be an even greater deterrant to those cars being broken into. So that alone shoots down that theory that thieves will break into police cars parked on a lot and stealing police equipment.